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Old 08-08-2014, 13:53   #1
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The Gilboa Snake, a Double-Barreled AR

Anyone up for a side by side AR based rifle,well a company is answering your desire now.


A side by side AR

The Gilboa Snake, a unique military firearm, is not only nice to look at, but is also a highly efficient military firearm.
The Gilboa Rifle®, a new series of military-grade firearms made in Israel, is produced using cutting-edge manufacturing techniques with the purpose of improving the well-known and proven system platform. The Gilboa™ series is manufactured by Silver Shadow®, an authorized Israeli weapon manufacturer.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD4u...boa-rifle.com/


http://www.gilboa-rifle.com/

Intriguing idea,just a thought. SJ 40
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Old 08-08-2014, 14:11   #2
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Oh wow this is actually for real.


For legit "tactical operators" too apparently.


Pass.
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Old 08-08-2014, 14:19   #3
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That's gonna be heavy for real work that involves carrying a rifle for long periods of time.

If it works I'd be down to try one out for a fun gun.
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That's gonna be heavy for real work that involves carrying a rifle for long periods of time.

If it works I'd be down to try one out for a fun gun.
Not legal for civilians in the USA:

Under the NFA it's a machinegun: NFA defines “machinegun” as “any weapon which shoots, is designed to shoot, or can be readily restored to shoot, automatically more than one shot, without manual reloading, by a single function of the
trigger."

It would be less of a strtch for ATF to define it as a machienegun than to define it as not one.

Come to think of it, that stupid side-by-side 1911 that was going around a while back had the same flaw.
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If I listened correctly the US Non NFA model used two separate triggers and bolts instead of the shared,timed single trigger of the NFA model uses. SJ 40
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Wow, the perfect complement to that double 1911 abomination.

Pass on that one.


On looking at their website, pass on everything by that company, actually.
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USA version is set up like a double barrel shotgun. Neat, but I'll pass.
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If I listened correctly the US Non NFA model used two separate triggers and bolts instead of the shared,timed single trigger of the NFA model uses. SJ 40
Sounds like I could build that with duct tape.
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Sounds like I could build that with duct tape.
Yup smear some E 6000 between two rifles and liberally apply duct tape and you have the Snake SJ 40
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I may be a crazy old man, but I think I'm going to have to get one of these for the giggle factor.
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