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    Doc Holiday could have used one when he was drinking...
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    I don't know about practicality, but I like it!

    On second thought, having two well-placed rounds land at the same time would seem very practical.
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    I had this idea to "twin" a semi-auto about a year ago. I think I mentioned it here at DC. Anyway, that thing's grip frame is HUGE! Maybe a 9mm would have been a better test platform.

    And good luck with the BATFE!
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    That was me Whec...I went to quote you and I whoopsed and edited you. That was the first time that I ever did that.


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    But, it just MIGHT be one of those firearms that is a "not very practical novelty" NOW - will soon fade away with no magazines or parts available ~ but, will be a Big Bucks highly collectible firearm in the decades to come.


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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    That was me Whec...I went to quote you and I whoopsed and edited you. That was the first time that I ever did that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    I had this idea to "twin" a semi-auto about a year ago. I think I mentioned it here at DC. Anyway, that thing's grip frame is HUGE! Maybe a 9mm would have been a better test platform.

    And good luck with the BATFE!
    Yeah, they're going to return the app with a big red "Yeah, Right" stamped on it... I wonder how much it'll cost too.
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    From BG's perspective, if it was pointing at your nose, it would make a hell of a first impression, wouldn't?
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    Now I know what "The Most Interesting Man in the World" would carry.

    You know, I thought plastic guns were ridiculous and would never catch on....now, that's the norm.
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    Ehn, I won't be happy until they're made in 10mm. Then I can use the DoubleTap Equalizer round.
    There WILL be patents with this (simple) discovery. That, and "type III levers". It's untapped wealth, waiting for you who Google. Or your kids. People expanding on the potential are welcome to elucidate; I didn't phrase it well

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    I want two. With dual shoulder rigs, it kinda redefines that age old question about how big a round you need for self-defense. You yank the pair, pull the triggers, and even if they FTE you've still delivered enough lead to induce poisoning.

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    I can see a purpose for it. Imagine that poor car-jacker who has one of these shoved up under his nose. After the first trigger pull, FTE would be the least of your problems. The bigger problem would be finding enough of the jacker to identify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    "It looks like a birth defect. "
    It's gonna be a PITA to try to seperate those conjoined 1911's...one might not survive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honk View Post
    From BG's perspective, if it was pointing at your nose, it would make a hell of a first impression, wouldn't?
    Chances are people would think it was fake til it went bang
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    It looks very surreal. How I would like to get my hand on that wonderful toy.

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    seen it on several forums.........Silly IMO...Waste of RnD and talent

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