Look, I get it. Everyone has a personal style about how they want their gun to look. Everything from tactifool cawadooty ripoffs to grandpa Fudd in the woods.
And yet I keep running into guns where I have to ask myself "WTF were they thinking???" or "Did they really spend money on.. on... this?!"
So post guns that make you do a double take and shake your head in pity.
As much as I love the idea of a 12 gauge pistol.... the execution is sub par.
it'll all be over soon tovarisch
Worst AR ever. Thanks ar15.com.
Just look near at the area around the trigger. Holy shit I want to vomit.
That shit is fucking fake as hell. He takes steel wool to quite a few guns and this one is painfully obvious about it. Hell, the idiot talks about how he towed a rifle to try and simulate wear on it, and if I remember right, then he still took steel wool to the shitter.
Is that a 3 barrel AK bullpup?
I'm... quite erect
had a giggle
>special stock that takes an additional mag
This is a cool feature and i wish more guns did this
>carbine length gas
on it's own, okay, but not ideal
>Carbine length gas with m4 profile barrel
Whatever floats yer boat i guess
>big ass scope + carbine length
Some fresh OC popped up on jewbook this morning.
>ITT: People who don't like experimental designs.
There's a reason why media like Forgotten Weapons is so intriguing; it's an opportunity to get inside the head of a designer. Even if the design isn't perfect, there's much to learn from the formative years of small arms design.
Would rock this specifically because it is dorky.
What, you dont like placing your cheek on top of the hammer to get a decent sight picture?
(Along with the ugly monstrosity this thing is)
Sometimes "new take on an old classic" can be neat. Most of the time its fuckin stupid.
One of the dumbest things about it was how all of its various shortcomings seemed to work in tandem to make it a supremely poor design. The extraction system for instance relied on two spongy pads filled with lubricant just before the chamber to lube cases as they went in, because it had really weak primary extraction and cases would get stuck unless lubricated. But the way the breach and open bolt were positioned left those pads pretty well exposed, so they would get dirty very quickly and stop working.
Yeah, just read up on it. The Italian military is perhaps the only nation in the war to beat the french at being terrible at war. They literally botched everything they touched and had to practically surrender all military command to the germans just to last as long as they did.
Plus a fucking stripper clip fed machinegun? How was that ever a good idea....
then your rifle has been poorly made and requires too much force to lever. look up cowboy action shooting and see how fast leverguns can get. granted it is not the type of sport the bubba'd lever action in the pic is made for, but best of both worlds senpai