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    If that was made of stainless it would look just like the
    phased plasma guns (PPG) they used in Babylon 5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by texastaurusguy View Post
    What the....so it shoots two rounds at once, or maybe one then the other, then the cylinder rotates....? Strange. I think that would make it a 4 shooter, wouldn't it?
    Well according to the article it will shoot 8 rounds in 3 seconds. I gotta say if you really want to have an EDC with virtually no recoil it's not a bad way to go. Eight rounds of 22 magnum will definitely get someones' attention. I am a little perplexed with the trigger arrangement also.
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    It was obviously designed by the same guy who gave us the AMC Pacer and the Pontiac Aztec.

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    Oh my, . . .well, that’s different. I could live with two shots at once. What is it with the two for one shoots that are sneaking up. There was a double barrel 1911 a few years back that just seemed like a solution without a problem.
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    18 oz = Good...$369.00 retail = not so good. Review states inexpensive ammo, 9mm is cheaper than 22 WMR.
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    Lots of critics, but I'll wait until I get my hands on one. Your never can tell. Of course, I still have a Zip gun in the safe, too.

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    See, you can shoot a Judge and have FIVE projectiles at once...I mean, if you just have to. It is a LOT harder to conceal, though, and heavy.

    Me, I'll stick with single hard hitting bullets.
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    I can see this starting a discussion that will last for months. Is being shot by two little ones worse than being shot by one big one? Let the next phase of the caliber wars begin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post

    This was a "handled one at the Shot show" review, so no targets. A picture of the open cylinder would have been nice.

    Weird. Really weird.

    Screen shot from the video, looks like a regular cylinder.


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    I can see this starting a discussion that will last for months. Is being shot by two little ones worse than being shot by one big one?
    I don't think there's any question that a centerfire caliber, .380 or higher, will be more effective than two .22 magnum bullets. For someone who can conceal and effectively deliver those centerfire bullets. But if strength or injury issues keep those larger bullets out of consideration, this might be a very good choice.

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