Gun porn

Pretty but pretty useless if you ask me.

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17 Responses to Gun porn

  1. Shawn says:

    Useless? Hardly. Great little hunting guns for people stuck in a country where by law they can only own one firearm.

  2. Oswald Bastable says:

    Yep- wouldn’t want to use it in the rain, anywhere muddy, couldn’t get blood on it and I bet it weighs as much as a BAR.

  3. Ray says:

    If used as intended “Drillings” are wonderful weapons. Now the price tag on that hand made German jewelry is probably somewhere north of OMG! (bet its above 20 grand). Its just too pretty to take out and shoot, and too expensive to take out of the safe. Another “rich boys toy” I’ll never have ‘less I win powerball.

  4. Al_in_Ottawa says:

    In Germany the number of guns you can own is limited so dreilings and vierlings are a way around the law. With this vierling you could shoot a fox with the 22 Hornet, a boar or buck with the 8×57 and down a grouse with the 20ga, without reloading.

    • sk6actual says:

      And of course the manor’s wait staff does all the culinary work to prepare the Smörgåsbord. I hope they get a taste. Personally I’m head to the kitchen now. :)

  5. Rebecca says:

    Oh no Kemo-Sabe, An exquisite work of art such as this demands the ultimate in care and appreciation. I have held such a weapon and they are lighter than one thinks as well as accurate and with a reasonable recoil. Although the one I had was in rougher shape and brought to the country after WW2, it still functioned and had a .22 barrel that inserted into one of the shotgun barrels like a regular shotshell would. It was very beautiful in its day.

  6. Sarthurk says:

    Can’t tell what the caliber of the one on top is. any clue? The two on the side appear to be 8mm Mauser, and of course the 20 ga.
    I went to a high end antique store in Anchorage once,and held a double rifle apparently given to Herman Goering for his birthday by Hitler. I was an over/under of the 9ish millimeter rifle caliber variety. completely engraved. Amazing. Only $20 K at the time.

  7. nonncom says:

    Seems it would require too much thinking when reloading….I want to reload as fast as I can and I don’t want my brain getting in the way….wonder what the firing procedure involves….

  8. M. Sage says:

    Germans have had this long-time attraction to “do it all” guns, hence the drilling. A 4 barreled drilling is going a bit over the top, though…

  9. J- says:

    It’s called a Vierling gun. German for quadruple. In Germany it was legal to hunt different animals on one hunt, there were no specific seasons for different game. A combination gun like this allowed the hunter to carry a shotgun, center fire rifle, and small game gun at once and not have to Carry multiple guns.

  10. CW says:

    Useless? Not if there’s a way to torch off all four at once, at a pumpkin.

  11. gota24mm! luis says:

    For us that’s a challenge to aim right, one off the rounds will hit the target.

  12. if i had something like that i’d damn sure use it.
    it isn’t worth a pile of shit if it’s to pretty to use..
    like a boxed pair of colt single actions with fancy engraving use the damn things..
    you are not gonna live forever so the hell with saving it for
    the next guy..

  13. pdwalker says:

    So pretty…..

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