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    so it is ambidextrous?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ArkhmAsylm View Post
    - Wow. But why not just ramp the triggers as one?
    Because then it would be a Class III. Having two separate triggers it is not.

    But I would prefer one trigger myself...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRM View Post
    Because then it would be a Class III. Having two separate triggers it is not.

    But I would prefer one trigger myself...
    I believe it still is, it fires two projectiles simultaneously with whichever trigger is pulled, as it only has one hammer/hammer fall.
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    I don't care... I like it... Love to have one... And I would absolutely love to see a perps face with that stuck up in it!
    Wouldn't spend the $$ for it... but it would certainly be a conversation starter... or "interview" ender.
    Rats!
    It could be worse!
    I suppose

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanuckQue View Post
    I can't get over how awesome that is. I can barely imagine gripping it. It would require an entirely new set of skills to realign after a shot.
    I'm thinking dual laser grips. Two red dots at once. One for each barrel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    I believe it still is, it fires two projectiles simultaneously with whichever trigger is pulled, as it only has one hammer/hammer fall.
    Oh, I didn't realize that...

    So, why two triggers then I wonder?

    But now that I think about it, I'd prefer Two Guns instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRM View Post


    Oh, I didn't realize that...

    So, why two triggers then I wonder?

    But now that I think about it, I'd prefer Two Guns instead.
    I'd be more interested if it at least had two independent slides. A feeding or ejecting problem from either chamber would lock up both slides since they appear to be welded together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRM View Post
    But now that I think about it, I'd prefer Two Guns instead.
    Me too, amigo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by livewire9880 View Post
    I'd be more interested if it at least had two independent slides. A feeding or ejecting problem from either chamber would lock up both slides since they appear to be welded together.
    If you look closely at the picture I posted, it appears the slide(s) is milled from one piece of steel. But you are dead-on about malfunctions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    If you look closely at the picture I posted, it appears the slide(s) is milled from one piece of steel.
    Same net effect... one piece of metal operating two firing chambers and doing all the work of ejecting and rechambering. One FTE, and you're toast.

    Now, if everything was independent but the frame itself... that would be interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by livewire9880 View Post
    Same net effect... one piece of metal operating two firing chambers and doing all the work of ejecting and rechambering. One FTE, and you're toast.

    Now, if everything was independent but the frame itself... that would be interesting.
    Indeed it is, that's why I wrote, "you are dead-on about malfunctions."
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    Indeed it is, that's why I wrote, "you are dead-on about malfunctions."
    heh, you did. I don't know why I missed it.

    They could fix the ATF problem by making the hammers independent and widening out the triggers and putting a curve on them so they feel like one big trigger but are just two separate triggers that are physically touching. That would solve the potential malfunction problem too.

    Maybe.
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    Anybody see the Green Hornet movie? the bad guy in this movie carried a gun somewhat like this.

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    So what happens when one of the bullets has a hangfire?

    Maybe it gets ejected then blows up in your face?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCT View Post
    So what happens when one of the bullets has a hangfire?

    Maybe it gets ejected then blows up in your face?
    That's a scary thought... ever get ejected brass stuck between your forehead and your shooting glasses?
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