I would prefer the M3A1 version. That way it would cock the same way as my Eagle Gun Company carbine which uses the M3A1 bolt assembly.That's a gun that would simply be a wall hanger, other than that I wouldn't go looking for a new model to be even a range gun. Now if someone brings back the old "Grease Gun", I may be swayed for the right price.
A friend of mine down in Arlington TX found an original in a Pawn shop. I think he bought it. I will see if he can shoot me a pick.This reproduction costs a bit more than the original.
Vintage Ordnance FP-45 Liberator Pistol - The Firearm Blog
I would like one as a gift.
"I don't get it. Its a gun, but the manufacture recommends not firing it...
I have one of those, but it doesn't get the range that I like. Under "rapid fire" I can get it to shoot about 5 fps max. At least it was less than a box of 9mm range ammo. LolHave you checked out the local Jiffy Lube, the one up the street has several of those in stock, or at least they did last time I had my oil changed there.------