Thursday, May 10, 2012

A triple barrelled revolver.  Definitely not for concealed carry or a weak wrist

Particularly with the short barrel, it should have some shotgun-type scatter  effect so there should be some improvement in your chance of hitting your intended target

Details on the mad gunsmith who crafted this bizarre piece are unknown, except that it was made in Spain and appears to be a one-off creation. The fact that it only has a single trigger makes us assume the gun fires all three 6.35mm rounds at the same time, making it easy to get off 18 shots in no time. So even if you're a terrible shot, the gun's quantity over quality approach all but guarantees at least one round will find its mark.


Pa.: Veteran shoots intruder with gun carried during Korean War:  "An 84-year-old western Pennsylvania man and Korean War vet shot and wounded a home invasion suspect.  Ricciutti said he heard a noise at about 4:30 a.m. and could see someone coming into the room. He pulled a gun out of a drawer, yelled a warning at Hiles and then fired once, hitting him in the neck.  Ricciutti said the suspect lives across the street, and he's never faced any hostility in the town.  WPXI-TV first reported that investigators said Hiles was arrested a few blocks away, carrying a screwdriver and a stun gun. He's being held on $100,000 bail on charges including criminal trespass and burglary."


Anonymous said...

About as useless as the double barrel 1911 45 acp with two triggers side-by-side.

Dean Weingarten said...

A comment from the source:

"On the back of the strap is a switch, center position will hit the inner circle, left position six hits skipping one in the outer circle and after pushing to the right the firing pin will hit the remaining six cartridges"

so, no. It does not fire three shots at once, you have a choice of which firing pin to activate. making it a super-capacity revolver, not a tripple shot revlover. 5/08/12 2:09pm