As the subject suggests, what are the three top weirdest (to you) firearms that you own?
Mine would have to be, in no particular order:
- Stevens model 70 Visible Loader - just because it’s weird and quirky AF
- Winchester 55 22LR - automatic single shot, yeah, almost like Sam her self has written the marketing material.
- Nagant M1895 - purely because it’s amazing how one human can combine an absolute design brilliance; and absolutely horrible design, at the same time, into one single firearm. Like Schrodinger’s revolver.
I’m pretty mainstream but it would have to be my .500 not alot of em in Aus
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Is that a modern TC Encore muzzleloader?
It’s a 500 S&W hand cannon. Break action.
Not so.much weird, just dont see them around…lithgow M12 22lr…with peep sight
I have a Greener police gun, chambered in 12/14ga.
An 8ga muzzleloader shotgun with a 5 ft barrel on it.
I have two 1871 Mauser rifles converted to 12ga bolt guns and a French Gras done the same way.
Not sure if its weird enough but I have a MkIII Ross Rifle. After WW1 it ended up as part of a ships amoury in Chile. Which is where the DA number comes from. Here are a few pictures. I will try to take some better ones if anyone is interested.
I guess its kind of obscure. Not too many triple barrel anythings really.
1871 Mauser…now your talking!!
Fuck yeah i need that as a clay gun
Gotta be my grundmann muzzleloader shotgun. No one knows anything much about it except its allegedly over 170 years old
Not sure how I missed this thread.
Mine is my Type 91 Siamese Federal Police Carbine. Started life as a Type 38 Arisaka and was left in Siam (Thailand) at the end of the war. The Siamese thought it was a waste to scrap them and so cut them down into a carbine and gave them to their federal police. No one is sure of exact numbers but generally considered to be fewer than 1500 made. An army model was also made which is slightly different.
Marlin model 62 levermatic in 256 win mag