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The Real Assault Pistol

Tye G. Wolfe
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In the early days when the one with the most firepower usually took the day the theory actually has not changed. The only thing that has changed is the package in which the firepower is stored. The below is just one way to make sure you have as much as you can get at the time you need it.

If you look closely you will see that the revolver has been fired enough to show the distinctive ring around the upper firing pin on the recoil shield. Someone at least did their best to get used to this monster.

I do not know the manufacturer of the gun below other then it was listed as a:

VICTORIAN ERA 20 SHOT REVOLVER - MODEL HDH .25 cal























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On Target LLC
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Good GOD, Tye! Where did you find this monster? I WANT one in .44 Magnum! Heck.... I'll take one in .357 Magnum too! This thing is too cool for it's own good!
Just say NO to socialism!
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Tye G. Wolfe
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On Target LLC wrote
Good GOD, Tye! Where did you find this monster? I WANT one in .44 Magnum! Heck.... I'll take one in .357 Magnum too! This thing is too cool for it's own good!
John...

I have seen a number of handguns like this in my wanderings looking at the pictures of handguns on the internet. This one I happened to run across on Gun Broker. I have to admit this is the first one that I have seen for sale. I too would love to see one of these in maybe .357 magnum but I would hate to hold one in .44 magnum. In .44 magnum it would weight a ton. I bet it weights enough in its current .25 caliber. I have seen .25 caliber rounds about the length of a .38 special and I believe that it what this is chambered for. If I had the bid price of $4000.00 I just might think of bidding on it. You just never know what you will run across on Gun Broker!

Take care,
Tye
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Kevin D.
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This is definitely a bad looking gun! id love to be able to put a few rounds through this one!!
 ‎"its not the caliber, and its not the gun. its how well you perform, that completes the task at hand
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On Target LLC
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What I love about this revolver is that it is a true 20 shot revolver by firing only one round at a time. It is an awesome design and took a very smart cookie to come up with it. Too bad nobody out there at a major gun brand is noticing this....hint hint!
I would bet that if a .44 Mag was built like this and using titanium it would be light enough to be shootable.
Just say NO to socialism!
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Tye G. Wolfe
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On Target LLC wrote
What I love about this revolver is that it is a true 20 shot revolver by firing only one round at a time. It is an awesome design and took a very smart cookie to come up with it. Too bad nobody out there at a major gun brand is noticing this....hint hint!
I would bet that if a .44 Mag was built like this and using titanium it would be light enough to be shootable.
John...
 
You have to be into S&M. I have enough trouble shooting the few rounds of .44 magnum I shoot through my Thompson Center Contender and that is single shot. To try to manage 20 shots even in a gun weighing this much in Titanium would be a killer to me. As it stands the gun is chambered for a .25 round that is no longer available but to make one that shoots 20 rounds of .44 magnum you really must like pain.

You are correct in how the weapon functions. After the first round is fired say in this instance the top barrel is fired, the next round to be fired would be the lower barrel and cylinder. The man that designed this must be a true genius as the timing had to really be worked out just right. And like I said, from the looks of the recoil plate the gun had obviously been fired quite a bit. I would love to see the rounds it fired. From the looks it is not the .25acp. I can't see anyone making a cylinder that long for something as short as the .25acp.

Take care,
Tye
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Tye G. Wolfe
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Of course to go along with the assault pistol you had to be ready with your tactical assault rifle.

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lordchaos
Now that is just wrong.  Cute but wrong.
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Tye G. Wolfe
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lordchaos wrote
Now that is just wrong.  Cute but wrong.
Lordchaos...

Yes... Yes it is... It is wrong in all too many ways!

But still looks neat.

Tye
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On Target LLC
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I second that Tye. It would look something like what would come out of my shop, except we would have blinged it out too. I'd have given her a whole new set of skins and some picatinny rail systems, light, laser and so on.

Oh yeah!      A Pistol Grip too!!!!!

I love the sense of humor its creator had! They get ten points in my book! I also hereby vote it to be the coolest-weirdest-oddball thing that someone has done to a gun pictured here in the On Target Forums!!!!
Just say NO to socialism!
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Tye G. Wolfe
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On Target LLC wrote
I second that Tye. It would look something like what would come out of my shop, except we would have blinged it out too. I'd have given her a whole new set of skins and some picatinny rail systems, light, laser and so on.

Oh yeah!      A Pistol Grip too!!!!!

I love the sense of humor its creator had! They get ten points in my book! I also hereby vote it to be the coolest-weirdest-oddball thing that someone has done to a gun pictured here in the On Target Forums!!!!
John....

A pistol grip would set it off just right but I bet he just could not find one that was ergonomically correct for his hand. That I can understand.

I don't remember the name of the original poster or where I picked it up but saw it and had to keep a picture of it. Now I pass it along.

Take care,
Tye
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colt 45
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Wow,  Tye

You have some great guns, I have never seen a Victorian ER 20 before I bet it is fun to shoot thanks for sharing that with everyone.
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On Target LLC
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Tye doesn't own that beastly revolver colt 45! He found it for sale on gun broker adn wanted to share it with us. I wished he did own it so I could convince him to ship to me for FREE work and then WE can ALL shoot it before sending it back to him!
If anybody runs across new and unusual guns, post a pic you find of it in the forums for all of us to be amazed too!
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Devid_44
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Yeah, spring guns are generally overlooked with their limited power and distance. You can choose spring guns from company’s gun brands like UHC, Beretta, Colt and Cybergun.