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Zombie Gun

Belt Fed 12 Gauge Upper Receiver for AR-15s:

12 Responses to “Zombie Gun”

  1. Homer Says:

    Wow. That’s a whole lotta jail time. SBR plus full auto. Cool.

  2. Hartley Says:

    Umm.. SBS, you mean.. It doesn’t appear to be all that reliable, however.
    I’d like to have seen what he was shooting at – I doubt that piece of water pipe patterns very well..:-)

  3. DirtCrashr Says:

    Helluva shotgun upper – now the Army will probably want to downsize from 12-gauge to .410 just to save on costs.

  4. Rabbit Says:

    That is so made of Want.

    I wonder what links he’s using, and what the plans look like?

    I passed the video around to my team. I smell a group buy.


  5. Chas Says:

    Now I know what a can of zombie repellant looks like!

  6. Lyle Says:

    That’s a huge pile of stoppages. I don’t care how cool the idea; I’d be embarrased to have that vid on the internets. Work out the bugs before you launch the promotion.

    Give me a mounted, 10 gauge mini (Gatling) gun running at 6K RPM. Yes, I’ll take one of those please, or a four bore.

  7. Linoge Says:

    Yurk. Great idea. Apparently crappy implementation. Work the kinks out, and then get back to us…

  8. Rivrdog Says:

    It’s a crew-served weapon, people. You need a loader to keep that belt straight.

    Shock value here, only.

    I’ll take an AA-12 over the belt-fed OR over any big-bore minigun.

    There’s some slick “smart” ammo out for 12-ga. Controlled burst, all that.

  9. Boyd Says:

    Of course it has to be a crew-served Wep, but instead of spitting slugs, can you imagine what it would do to a field of soldiers if it was loaded with 00 buckshot?

  10. DrStrangegun Says:

    He needs a belt of all-brass hulls. And a second prototype with a bigger ejection port.

  11. Homer Says:

    “Umm.. SBS, you mean.. It doesn’t appear to be all that reliable, however.”

    I meant Short Barreled Rifle (SBR), as in BATF rule against any rifle with a barrel under 16″. Must get a tax stamp for that one.

  12. Rebuen Says:

    As with anything else you can have these if you fill out the proper paperwork. Just because it looks illegal doesn’t mean it is.