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    Finally: a secure method of storing your firearms at home

    A Colorado man has created a 125 piece metal puzzle from which, after having been disassembled, some of the pieces can be re-assembled into a single-shot .45 caliber pistol.

    How long do you think it will be until safety-minded legislators (e.g. in California and Chicago ) insist that all firearms be stored this way?


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    Huh, wow. That's pretty nifty actually.
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    the innovations some people come up with fascinate me...what a project...

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    I couldn't get a rubiks cube together right,by the time i got that thing assembled,trying to convince a jury I was in immediate fear for my life so I assembled my pistol and 10 minutes later fired a shot in self defense
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    Pretty neat! What's with the blue fingernail though??

    Glad no one was walking around the corner of the house when he torched it off. Not the safest guy in the world, is he?
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    That's pretty interesting, not great for self defense, but still cool.
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    It's interesting, and neat, but I just can't see WHY. Doesn't seem like it's good for anything. Why make it a gun anyway? My guns are tools. Puzzles are what I do to exercise my brain after work. There doesn't seem like any need to mix the two.
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    One could set the puzzle on the night stand. When someone breaks in, you could still get the gun put together faster that the police could get there....I'm just sayin'...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mprp View Post
    Glad no one was walking around the corner of the house when he torched it off. Not the safest guy in the world, is he?
    He didn't put a bullet in it. It was just a primer and powder charge.
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    That appears to be the perfect way to sneak a firearm through an X-ray machine. He should have added a suppressor and he would have a great spy weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanislaskasava View Post
    That appears to be the perfect way to sneak a firearm through an X-ray machine. He should have added a suppressor and he would have a great spy weapon.
    Didn't think of that, hmmmm well seeing as you can't even get a pair of tweezers on a plane now days I think it he'd be hard pressed...unless it was given to a child, hmmm.
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    mprp....Was wondering about that fingernail myself...kinda weird.

    Neat toy, though,....... imagine the cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agave View Post
    He didn't put a bullet in it. It was just a primer and powder charge.
    Ahh yes, it's a muzzle loader. Forgot about that. Good point. I just thought he was weird.......oh wait, thinkin' about that darned blue fingernail again.
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    That proves that some people have way too much time on their hands.......................
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    Different: Puzzle contains 45 ACP pistol

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    However, the puzzle, called “The Intimidator,” includes a dirty, little secret: there’s a gun hiding inside. And it actually shoots. No, not in a secret inner compartment, but in a special configuration of 20 pieces lies a single-shot .45 caliber handgun. It’s kind of like those pictures that look like one thing, but hide secret images if you stare at them just the right way–only it can kill you.
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