Always interested in how firearms are adapted for other uses.

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09 Nov 2016 20:30 #1 by 17Hornet
17Hornet created the topic: Always interested in how firearms are adapted for other uses.
I am always looking for different uses of firearms, and the modifications done.
Any one have other images of different firearms and how they were adapted?

This was the harpoon gun used in JAWS

Any one for a fishing trip??

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09 Nov 2016 22:01 #2 by Watermelon Wine
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Reminded me of this one, (also makes an appearance in the film clip: "Trust me, I'm an engineer!") ...but not sure if it's real or not...


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10 Nov 2016 00:48 #3 by sn@abrc
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17Hornet wrote: This was the harpoon gun used in JAWS


CITY BEACH SURF CLUB have one of these.....

they used to use it for shark fishing, along with drum lines - until they ran out of blanks during WW2, and later realised the drum lines were attracting bigger sharks.

all times wasted wots not spent shootin'

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10 Nov 2016 11:01 #4 by NoFerals
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Adler shitgun = tomato stake = fail ...event eh white ants and rust are fussy these days:whistle:

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10 Nov 2016 11:46 #5 by 17Hornet
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NoFerals wrote: Adler shitgun = tomato stake = fail ...event eh white ants and rust are fussy these days:whistle:


Yeah. yeah....LOL

Only post about real world use please, it is intersting to see that firearms have been adapted for so many things.

Line launchers and capture nets etc.

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10 Nov 2016 17:53 #6 by Westy
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NoFerals wrote: Adler shitgun = tomato stake = fail ...event eh white ants and rust are fussy these days:whistle:


LMAO Funny Bugger:woohoo: :side: :woohoo: :blink: :silly: :woohoo:

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10 Nov 2016 17:54 #7 by Westy
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17Hornet wrote: I am always looking for different uses of firearms, and the modifications done.
Any one have other images of different firearms and how they were adapted?

This was the harpoon gun used in JAWS

Any one for a fishing trip??

forum.cartridgecollectors.org/t/greener-...arm-cartridges/12083


Were going to need a Much BIGGER Boat

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