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Weirdest Guns

Weirdest Guns

The evolution of firearms has taken some weird turns through the years. Check out our list of the strangest guns ever made.
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from Michael Edwards wrote 2 years 44 weeks ago

The mares leg is also sold by Henry Repeating Arms, it is a made for tv gun which Steve McQueen used in his series as Josh Randle Bounty Hunter. Other than that I have no info on outside uses, it is a pretty interesting piece though. Photo # 14
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from BlueMNguy wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

www.chiappafirearms.com

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from DirtyDave777 wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

Picture #4 is Real its called a Ducksfoot. The originals were For suppressing Mutiny's.
This particular gun was sold in chain stores in the 70s They were notorious for the wicked recoil and breaking Stocks. The basic frame was used in several pistols in the line A cutlass pistol ,a derringer And the ducksfoot.

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from Kody wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

Interesting but most of these guns were pretty much over the top or too under the radar to find there a place in my gun cabinet. The novelty would soon wear out for me. Besides, I know of better ways to file any empty spaces in my gun collection.

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from bigjake wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

Alex brown, the shortened version lever action is avaible through Chiappa Arms.They make a similiar firearm called the "Mares Leg".

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from Joe Pfeifer wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

where can i get one of them there knife/pistols?
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from alexbrown wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

were can i get one of these guns?

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from Scott Hall wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

My previous comment about a duck's foot pistol was in reference to the gun found in photo #4.

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from Scott Hall wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

This gun is most definitely real. I have one exactly like it and it DOES fire. It is a .36 caliber blackpowder muzzleloading pistol often called a duck's foot pistol. The one I have came from Montgomery Ward stores and was given to me as a Christmas gift several years ago.

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from bigjake wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

Alex brown, the shortened version lever action is avaible through Chiappa Arms.They make a similiar firearm called the "Mares Leg".

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from Scott Hall wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

This gun is most definitely real. I have one exactly like it and it DOES fire. It is a .36 caliber blackpowder muzzleloading pistol often called a duck's foot pistol. The one I have came from Montgomery Ward stores and was given to me as a Christmas gift several years ago.

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from Scott Hall wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

My previous comment about a duck's foot pistol was in reference to the gun found in photo #4.

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from alexbrown wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

were can i get one of these guns?

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from BlueMNguy wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

www.chiappafirearms.com

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from Joe Pfeifer wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

where can i get one of them there knife/pistols?
even better
HOW MUCH?

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from Kody wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

Interesting but most of these guns were pretty much over the top or too under the radar to find there a place in my gun cabinet. The novelty would soon wear out for me. Besides, I know of better ways to file any empty spaces in my gun collection.

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from DirtyDave777 wrote 2 years 51 weeks ago

Picture #4 is Real its called a Ducksfoot. The originals were For suppressing Mutiny's.
This particular gun was sold in chain stores in the 70s They were notorious for the wicked recoil and breaking Stocks. The basic frame was used in several pistols in the line A cutlass pistol ,a derringer And the ducksfoot.

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from Michael Edwards wrote 2 years 44 weeks ago

The mares leg is also sold by Henry Repeating Arms, it is a made for tv gun which Steve McQueen used in his series as Josh Randle Bounty Hunter. Other than that I have no info on outside uses, it is a pretty interesting piece though. Photo # 14
Mike

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