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The Dominion Arms shotgun is certainly cool, but in the US it would count as a "short-barreled shotgun" and cost you a $200 registration from the BATF, if I understand such things correctly.

 

Of course, for such a cool gun, maybe it's worth it. :)

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yeah i can certainly see it being an option for a boss battle blowing through a wall in a safe-house and disgorging a bunch of guys

 

Yea. Made some progress on that character sheet. It's turning out interesting so far. Anyways on topic.

 

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  • Provides the protection of an armored BearCat with the functionality of a bomb disposal vehicle
  • Tactical robots are stored in the vehicle’s elevated rear compartment
  • Robots enter / exit the vehicle through a curb side ramp
  • Optional CBRNE and communications equipment designed to detect radiation and explosive gas

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Best I can find is this:

 

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This Iranian 20mm version comes up when I search for the Maadi-Griffin.  Seems like a similar device.  Vid of it being fired.

 

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2013/03/07/irans-new-arash-20mm-shoulder-fired-anti-material-rifle-with-barrett-bors-clone/

 

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In the 80s there was a swiss iirc project for a box fed grenade launcher. Iirc it was called the Falconet and used an over the shoulder design. I think it used a long recoil stroke to reduce peak recoil forces. I tink it used a 35mm grenade...

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The GMC FP-45 Liberator is a single-shot small frame pistol chambered for .45 ACP. It was created in 1942 by the US Army Joint Psychological Committee and produced by General Motors. It was cheaply constructed and only holds one round, however, the US Army never actually intended to give this pistol to front line troops, but rather friendly fighters in enemy territory. The idea was to do a mass dropping of these pistols so the fighters could find one then sneak up on an enemy soldier, ambush him and then take his weapons. Needless to say, it didn’t work that well. Some historians say it was successful in intimidating enemy troops.

 

Yes, you read that right. GMC made a pistol.

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The pipes appear to be fastened to the wood with adhesive plus twine, and they look strong enough to weather a few blasts..

 

I wouldn't count on such a zip gun to last me through a zombie apocalypse, but it'll do in a pinch.

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The pipes appear to be fastened to the wood with adhesive plus twine, and they look strong enough to weather a few blasts..

 

I wouldn't count on such a zip gun to last me through a zombie apocalypse, but it'll do in a pinch.

I think it looks like something to use as a directional mine. I wouldn't want any part of my body near it, even with the low pressures shotgun rounds generate.

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I think it looks like something to use as a directional mine. I wouldn't want any part of my body near it, even with the low pressures shotgun rounds generate.

 

The reloading process looks stupidly slow, because it seems you have to unscrew the pipe caps to fish out spent shells!

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