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Looks like it could do something that can't be done today,
commercial elephant hunting
 

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Stupid concept - fire one round and both eject. Fairly clumsy concept for topping off for a follow-up. :Facepalm: Had I that sort of money to spend it would be on a down payment for Holland & Holland Royal - probably with best rose and scroll engraving on a case colored action.
 

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Stupid concept - fire one round and both eject. Fairly clumsy concept for topping off for a follow-up.

this!

also, looks heavy and the decorations are way to over the top for a gun that would be used in the field. this kinda gun would make a good conversation piece but just doesn't seem like it would serve a practical purpose.

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Those contraptions look as ugly as a mud fence and twice as awkward to carry.
 

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Probably about as handy as that SxS 1911 I handled up in Utah a few weeks ago. I told the guy at the counter that owning that pistol would be like having a 15” pecker, amusing to whip out but just what the hell would ya do with it?
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Cody - I'll tell ya what. A super slow-mo video of that SXS 1911 is awesome, with those two 230gr slugs coming out of the barrels simultaneously!

And nobody does it better than Jerry!

 

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Stupid concept - fire one round and both eject. Fairly clumsy concept for topping off for a follow-up. :Facepalm: Had I that sort of money to spend it would be on a down payment for Holland & Holland Royal - probably with best rose and scroll engraving on a case colored action.

They are kinds pretty. Just the luster of that wood is enough to get your attention.
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