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    Default Introducing...The Worlds Smallest Machinegun...

    I hope you've not seen this already but if you have, please bear with me...
    it's pretty neeto!!!

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    It's so small I don't even see it! ;-)

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    wow!!! That's amazing!

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    Default Doh!!!!

    I know posted the URL link to the video, now hold on a minute...let me try this again eh?

    http://www.break.com/index/minimachine.html

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    Thats pretty cool,would make one hell of a rat killer! ^^

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    Not bad, wouldn't mind having one...just for grins and giggles

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    Default Think I would make mine

    in 22LR rather than 17, ammo is a bit cheaper!
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    Be cool to own one for sure.
    I know they require the $200 transfer tax and the necessary permits but I thought you could only buy a machine gun if it was made before a certain point in time?
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    The gun was made by a company called Tippmann Ordnance, through the early 80s. They made supposedly up to several hundred, all quarter scale including a .22 Magnum copy of an M2 .50 cal. They typically came with all the accessories; a wooden packing crate, cloth belts, an ammo can, a T&E tripod, the works. All scale. The 1917 had a functional water jacket.

    The ban of '86 of course put the kibosh on that, and Dennis Tippmann, now with a fair sized shopful of machinery, several employees, and no product to make, then went on to start producing paintball guns. They're now currently one of the top two or three manufacturers in the US.

    The machine guns were rare and expensive- being handmade- even in the 80s. Now they're even rarer and worth a fortune.

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