Friday, January 20, 2017

Buyers' Remorse In The Making

I can't think of a more useless firearm, but somebody will buy it.

Sales out to zoom up to two, maybe 3 purchase a month.  For the first month.

A six-barrel .25 ACP pistol that fires two rounds with one trigger pull:

The outside-the-box thinkers at Standard Manufacturing, the good folks who brought us the double-barrel 12-gauge pump the DP-12, are at it again. Meet the S-333, it’s a six-barrel .25 ACP that fires two rounds with each pull of the trigger. The barrels don’t rotate like a pepperbox. Instead, they “Volleyfire” — a term Standard Mfg. has trademarked. MSRP is around $300, and it comes in all the colors of the rainbow.
(H/T: The Gun Feed)


Anonymous said...

Wow, just wow. I don't think I will buy one. .25 is such a pain to reload.

Archer said...

ATF will call it a machine gun.

It is not a shotgun and it fires more than one projectile per pull of the trigger. Therefore, it could be a "machine gun" under federal law.