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Gatling Gun Kit, Back in stock....
http://www.cabelas.com/10-22-accessories-gatling-gun-kit-1.shtml...
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2yzcMPQZdU
Cabelas.com offers Gatling Gun Kit - (Ruger 10/22) - $399.99 + Free Shipping (enter code 2WFREE at checkout). You could further sweeten this deal by buying some of these Cabela's Gift Cards at 12% discount ($500 gift card for $440) and get this Kit for $352. This kit enables you to capture a taste of what it must have been like to fire the legendary Gatling gun by converting two Ruger 10/22 rifles (not included) into a twin-barrel modern rendition in .22 caliber. Fun and affordable to shoot, the machined aluminum kit features bronze bushings, a trigger bar on thrust bearing, aluminum receiver covers, anti-aircraft-style sights, swivel feet, barrel guards, muzzle brakes and limit screws. Rate of fire is four rounds per crank revolution. Assembles in minutes with ordinary hand tools. Classified semi-auto, so no special BATF permit is needed. The 2 Ruger 10/22s and magazines not included.
http://www.plasticjungle.com/gift-card/Cabelas



In 1861, Dr. Richard Gatling developed a hand-crank operated, multibarrel firearm destined to become the world's first gun capable of firing multiple rounds in sustained bursts. This kit enables you to capture a taste of what it must have been like to fire the legendary Gatling gun by converting two Ruger 10/22 rifles (not included) into a twin-barrel modern rendition in .22 caliber. Fun and affordable to shoot, the machined aluminum kit features bronze bushings, a trigger bar on thrust bearing, aluminum receiver covers, anti-aircraft-style sights, swivel feet, barrel guards, muzzle brakes and limit screws. Rate of fire is four rounds per crank revolution. Assembles in minutes with ordinary hand tools. Classified semi-auto, so no special BATF permit is needed.



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car roof mountable?

Saw this right below the Mothers Day promo and my brain merged the new thread: Just in time for Mother's Day: Gatling Gun.

Incidentally, it's completely ridiculous this is classified as a semi-auto.

So who has a deal on the Ruger rifles we need to get this thing operational?

KillJoy, if you would familiarize yourself with Federal statute, you would find that this device is clearly not within the definition of a Title II, ie machine gun. I assume you are also not very familiar with firearms, their operation, this device, or the term "semi-auto." This device does nothing more than what you could do using two rifles and two fingers and alternately firing one then the other or both at the same time. In fact your cyclic rate using your fingers would probably be faster until your fingers tired or your magazine emptied. You still only fire one round with each pull of the trigger. All this device does is take your $600 and save wear and tear on your fingers. That is why it is nothing other than a semi auto device when the Title I firearms are attached. In fact the device itself does not even fall under Federal statute as it is not a firearm, ammunition, etc.


KillJoy said:   Saw this right below the Mothers Day promo and my brain merged the new thread: Just in time for Mother's Day: Gatling Gun.

Incidentally, it's completely ridiculous this is classified as a semi-auto.

So who has a deal on the Ruger rifles we need to get this thing operational?

I suppose you could add a geared-down Automobile Starter Motor in place of the Hand Crank, and the Rate of Fire would increase substanially.

As would the Legal Status of the Device, I would expect.

Gatling? Don't think so. Nothing like a Gatling.

It's a neat piece of machining, but beyond that pretty lame.

A Gatling gun has multiple barrels which rotate around a center axis. This isn't a Gatling gun.

An electric screw driver would work.

According to one of the reviews, "not recomended for hunting though"

Darn, until I read that, I was just about to pull the trigger.

TheWankeler said:   According to one of the reviews, "not recomended for hunting though"

Darn, until I read that, I was just about to pull the trigger.


You mean turn the crank

It looks like a total POS. The wheel seems to small in the video and it's unsmooth turn would make it completely inaccurate. I'm pretty sure I can use a double banana clip and one rifle lay more lead in the circle quicker than this expensive junk. In fact, I know I can as I practiced doing such things a long time ago.

not legal in cali....of course haha

This will come in handy for my planned destruction of Cyberdyne systems.



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