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    Auto revolver

    has anyone here ever shot one of these,ive never seen one like this before..link is under picture,










    Airborne Combat Engineer: Mateba Model 6 Unica semi-auto revolver
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    I've heard of them but never actually seen one. My guess is that there aren't a whole lot of them here in the states.
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    Wow! That's pretty cool. Now they have to figure out how to give it more firepower.
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    Just think, if you were about 7'10" you might be able to CC it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Just think, if you were about 7'10" you might be able to CC it!!
    Or you can walk around with a really bad limp.....if anyone asks just say you hurt your knee lol
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    Interesting concept, but I don't really see any benefit to it.
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    they will probably use it in action movies soon. it certainly does have a low bore axis though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stormbringerr View Post
    they will probably use it in action movies soon. it certainly does have a low bore axis though.
    That is one of those guns I will buy just to have as a conversation piece.
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    Using the same logic.....when I pull the trigger on my Model 10, the cylinder rotates and is ready for the next shot! Is mine an automatic revolver too?
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    For CC no way. Fun at the range absolutely. A very cool looking gun to say the least. I would like to have it the .454 casull.
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    yeah...I heard of it. Made in south africa. Mucho dinero....no thanks.
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    I thought it was Italian.
    Anyway, after you fire one round, it spins the cylinder and cocks the hammer.
    I wish I could afford one!

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    Looks very cool.

    Are these any good, performance/quality-wise? Or did someone finally design a revolver that can jam and be picky about ammo?

    Anyone have any idea on going price for one of these very interesting guns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jualdeaux View Post
    Interesting concept, but I don't really see any benefit to it.
    Agreed. If it ain't broke, don't mess with it.
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    Rather have 357 Magnum research

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