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    NAA eat your heart out

    Found the most concealable revolver yet! Smaller and thinner than a NAA mini 22 or any derringer. Fires 2.34mm rim fire (yes the decimal is in the correct place.) Thats 9.21 caliber. Whoo Hoo what power!

    http://www.swissminigun.com/

    (lower velocity/ energy then many pellet rifles)
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    This is the one the news media freaked out about a few months ago. Their rant was how easy it would be to get it on an airliner. The cost if I remember right was several thousand dollars.
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    "You'll put your eye out kid!" I have a few of the Xanthos mini revolvers like this for use with signal flares, but this is stupid... and amazing use of technology!, but stupid.
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    Hysterical! Amazing detail--even the engraving on the back of the cartridge casings, given their size, is amazing. Why? Because they can, and because people will buy it. Nothing more. It's not a serious weapon--given the velocity I'm unsure as to whether a round from that could even break skin. It's no faster than airsoft.

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    No Joke

    Ant the internal lock work is pretty doggone amazing.

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    Excellent... these would go very well with my 1/12th scale military figurines!

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    My understanding is that the energy in the fired round is lower than a plastic airsoft BB. More effective to close your hand around the gun, then deliver a good punch. With your other hand.

    I mean, it costs thousands of dollars. I'm not going to risk breaking an expensive toy just to punch some goblin out.

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    Interesting. Not much use but very interesting.

    The craftsmanship on a very small, operational revolver like that is very impressive.
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    If you missed it, heres the pimp daddy version...




    18k gold diamond encrusted revolver w/ diamond encrusted barrel sleeve. What couldn't you love?

    Btw - ~$5800 for the Stainless and $$$$$$$ for the gold. Also ~$6 a round.

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    Well, for the Swiss - used to making Swiss watches...this must be pretty simple for them to make compared to making a fine Swiss watch.

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    The photo of the internals is most impressive isn't it? No surprise a thing like that would be expensive.
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