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    Bill Jordan strongly recommended a double action 22 magnum revolver as a backup weapon, and primary in the event the shooter couldn't handle a full sized revolver. It is said in his later years he often carried one as a primary. Of course, Jordan could probably shoot the eye out of a coyote at 200 yards with one.

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    Why two barrels...cuz there was two engineers!

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    I don't like the fact that it does not have a trigger guard. It would reuiew a little more research.

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    I think the marketplace will tell you how good of an idea this is......(crickets chirping)

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    Lets see 2x22= 44 .O never mind!!!

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    I checked out the vid at the link and it looked like one of the bullets, in slo mo, was starting to tumble.
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    Next time a thread comes up about the lack of innovation in firearms design, remember this thread. No one wants to innovate because the old men of the gun culture have very set ideas.

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    Doesn't the fact that it's firing more than 1 round per trigger pull classify it as a machine gun?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peacemakr40 View Post
    Doesn't the fact that it's firing more than 1 round per trigger pull classify it as a machine gun?
    No, because it is actually firing one round per barrel with 1 pull of the trigger. It is defined as volley fire not automatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peacemakr40 View Post
    Doesn't the fact that it's firing more than 1 round per trigger pull classify it as a machine gun?
    No, because it is actually firing one round per barrel with 1 pull of the trigger. It is defined as volley fire not automatic.

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