Certainly a good way to go to jail anyway. If you are going to do
this, be sure the pipe is 18" long and the whole thing is 26" long or
you have violated NFA34, the same charge as having an illegal machine
Just buy a single shot shot gun, saw off the barrel, saw off the stock
and you have the same thing with a better trigger mechanism.
I look outside this morning and everything was in 3D!
I hafta suspect there was an alternative reason why this fellow made
such a crappy gun. I mean, the guy has a laser guided chop saw, but
holds the barrel to the stock with twine, ferchrysakes. What? He
doesn't know what a hose clamp is? And a freakin' rubber band!? I
have no doubt the guy hadda think long and hard to come up with a gun
What do you expect from somebody who lacks the social or economic
skills to buy a used shotgun. He isn't an adult nor does he have
any adult friends. The whole thing is just a pipe dream.
If he wasn't such a joke, he might actually manage to be dangerous to
himself. Probably greater than 99.9% of all such boobytraps nail the
owner as it is almost always the owner who sets off the alarm.
Why? That messes up a perfectly good shotgun.
This guy can make them all day, one every eight minutes, and sell to
the police during a gun buy back program. Maybe fifty bucks a piece.
As for a "better trigger", just buy a bang stick that divers use
around sharks. No trigger at all, just poke 'em and the ting goes off.
*does high-kicking dance while shooting pistols in the air*
What part of the globe are you on?
I've met and processed F. Lee Bailey, so he could visit his client.
That lawyer is really short.
"The Defense Never Rests: A Lawyer's Quest for the Gospel"
F. Lee Bailey
Those puppies don't seem to come cheap. I suppose you can find DIY
bang-stick design on the web. There are all sorts of very reliable DIY
trigger designs for one shots. Leaf spring, coil spring, solenoid and more.
Most of the magic of modern firearms resides in the ammunition. Imagine
having to defend your home with a couple of flintlock pistols.
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