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    Is this the legendary... and much feared in the furniture industry, 6 mm staple gun I have read so much about..?
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    "what in christs name...." please don't say you've shot that im shocked it hasn't been confiscated or melted down it looks like a staple gun with a barrel and the mag is the handle

    tom

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    I saw this calliber used in all kind of home made weapons, the most feared been the single shot pen-pistol , but this one is a first.
    It's easy to make a home made weapon with rim ammo .22
    Nice find

    Steven

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    Hmmm,this looks like an early model of the staplestickergewehr,is it still functional or has it been de-activated?
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    it does have a certain charm with the blueing....

    ..and no, I didnt fire this bad boy, just found it on the net...some people's "creativity" is amazing isn't it..?

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    Very nice piece it would deserve a place of honor in my collection in a nice glass case with a good back drop say a 1940-1950 era staple gun advertisment magazine or promo add well done... any chance of rifling in the" barrel."...

    Regards Mark K
    Last edited by Mark K; 10-06-2011 at 04:56 AM.

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    Lol Mark, that should read: .......any chance of rifling in the " barrel "

    Looks dangerous. Wonder how many fingers he blew off, or worse,
    how many staple guns he went through/destroyed before
    settling on this " design " ............ ! ?
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    I like it Steve it's like that poor old beat down stray dog that follows you home you dont want to end up putting it down so you just end up keeping the dam thing and giving it a home.

    Regards Mark K

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