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    Will this pistol be legal to OC or CC???


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    Yes, to OC and to CC. Why not?

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    Why not, if you want to carry 6lbs+ on your hip

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    Only after Labor Day. There is no way in hell that thing will match a white belt and shoes.
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    COULD you even conceal that?

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    We've got Armadillos in our trousers. It's really quite frightening.
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    In South Carolina any thing over twelve inches long is not concealable. SC Section 23-31-210(6)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herr Heckler Koch View Post
    In South Carolina any thing over twelve inches long is not concealable. SC Section 23-31-210(6)
    I better stay out of South Carolina... :-/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mlutz View Post
    I better stay out of South Carolina... :-/

    inches not milimeters lol sorry i had to
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    I'm sorry but this pistol looks like the answer to a question that nobody asked. I just can't think of anything good to write about it. Hard to conceal and heavy to open carry all day. On the other hand, this model by the same company looks very interesting with its low barrel centerline and novel breech locking system.
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    In WI it has to be a handgun, i.e., a gun designed to be fired using only one hand. With that monstrosity, it's not a legal issue, but a practical one.
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    Actually, is it legal to possess? It fires more than one round with one pull of the trigger, doesn't it? Or does this meet some exemption?

    I see where it says you can have independent triggers but there is only one option for a single hammer spur, so it seems to me that it has no choice but to fire both barrels at the same time. A double-barrel shotgun with two triggers can always be fired one at a time. I'm still reading everything about it, but haven't seen that mentioned yet...

    I can't see it, but I seem to remember they were made in Europe. Have they actually imported any? Is it really being offered for sale in this country, or just advertised as another example of their really cool engineering?

    This company's reputation is for completely impractical and uber cool collection-only pieces. I don't think this is an exception to that; sorry guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    Actually, is it legal to possess? It fires more than one round with one pull of the trigger, doesn't it? Or does this meet some exemption?

    I see where it says you can have independent triggers but there is only one option for a single hammer spur, so it seems to me that it has no choice but to fire both barrels at the same time. A double-barrel shotgun with two triggers can always be fired one at a time. I'm still reading everything about it, but haven't seen that mentioned yet...

    I can't see it, but I seem to remember they were made in Europe. Have they actually imported any? Is it really being offered for sale in this country, or just advertised as another example of their really cool engineering?

    This company's reputation is for completely impractical and uber cool collection-only pieces. I don't think this is an exception to that; sorry guys.
    I agree it's a gimmick. Imagine trying to clear a malfunction on this monstrosity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    Actually, is it legal to possess? It fires more than one round with one pull of the trigger, doesn't it? Or does this meet some exemption?

    I see where it says you can have independent triggers but there is only one option for a single hammer spur, so it seems to me that it has no choice but to fire both barrels at the same time. A double-barrel shotgun with two triggers can always be fired one at a time. I'm still reading everything about it, but haven't seen that mentioned yet...

    I can't see it, but I seem to remember they were made in Europe. Have they actually imported any? Is it really being offered for sale in this country, or just advertised as another example of their really cool engineering?

    This company's reputation is for completely impractical and uber cool collection-only pieces. I don't think this is an exception to that; sorry guys.
    here is a video of it in action i believe i read on the site i was made in italy

    http://now.msn.com/now/0312-double-b...un.aspx#scptmd
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    That is what gym bags are for!

    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPackingMomma View Post
    COULD you even conceal that?
    You can conceal almost any weapon with a little imagination. I thought about mounting a ma duce .50 cal in the back of my pickup truck and puting a canvas cover over it. Then, I reconsidered and thought that it would be better just to put magnetic signs on both sides of the truck notifiying one and all that in Arizona, Open Carry is legal!

    As with many thought experiments, I decided to use my limited resources for more practical applications.

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    The KelTec = LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyGuy View Post
    The KelTec = LOL!
    Kel Tec makes good firearms, most of which are suitable for SD out of the box. Name another company that's doing innovative new firearms without hyping themselves out of business.

    Anyway, firing two bullets with one trigger pull is going to make that pistol an NFA item of some type. AOW or Class 3.
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    There was a link to a picture of a P333AT, i.e. 3 P3ATs fixed together to fire 3 rounds simultaneously. I'm sure it's a photoshop job, but it made me laugh. Look for the photo bucket link above.

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