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Siamese M16

Turning money into noise:

I question the sighting system.

10 Responses to “Siamese M16”

  1. Allen Says:

    Eh, let me know when they have a quad version.

  2. Jailer Says:

    “Turning money into noise”

    Yeah, but it sure sounds cool.

  3. James Pierce Says:

    music, sweet music

  4. The Comedian Says:

    The upper upper should be a left handed one.

  5. Matt Says:

    I think Will is in custody for diddling little girls, but I smell the hand of Red Jacket Firearms in here somewhere…

  6. Mu Says:

    Here comes the interesting question – one or two tax stamps? And if only one, what stops you from building something similar based on a registered “cheap” $3000 MAC-10?

  7. Lyle Says:

    The double auto with crossover gas tubes goes back years. The first one I saw was a side-by-side, which makes a lot more sense.

    Being as the cyclic rate is the same, you’d be just as well served by using a 60 round magazine in a regular single barrel setup, except for the single barrel being heated up by twice as many rounds.

    Now I suppose you could couple together as many rifles as you wanted, the gas tube of each being used to operate the action of the next, in a circle. Pull the one trigger in your “master” receiver and they all go off in succession, full circle, repeating until you release the trigger to break the chain. It’s a really neat stunt, but not of any use.

  8. Old NFO Says:

    Need an ammo monkey with that… 🙂

  9. Cargosquid Says:


    Can’t be Red Jacket.

    Those weren’t AK’s.

  10. Windy Wilson Says:

    Two Ammo Monkeys, at least!
    By distributing the bullets between the two barrels and having each rifle’s gas tube work the other it acts somewhat like the Gatling gun in Aircraft made by Dillon and others.

    Would like to shoot one, don’t know about owning one.

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