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i do think this one is legal as she is not full auto and no electric power involved.....but that had a few problems starting out.
But i like the dual gattling gun concept......reminds me of the twin mounted guns on the WW2 pt boat movies...

 

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I got a BX 25 mag. Junk lol. It stove pipes no matter what ammo. I tried all the ''fixes.'' Ruger said send it back they will send me a new one. The BX 25 the box end is smaller than a BX10. I don't think a new one will help.
 

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i do think this one is legal as she is not full auto and no electric power involved.....but that had a few problems starting out.
But i like the dual gattling gun concept......reminds me of the twin mounted guns on the WW2 pt boat movies...

I shot a 10/22 gatling gun several years ago. It was a much cruder version than the one in the video. It worked flawlessly. Every so often you did have to let the barrels cool off

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I got a BX 25 mag. Junk lol. It stove pipes no matter what ammo. I tried all the ''fixes.'' Ruger said send it back they will send me a new one. The BX 25 the box end is smaller than a BX10. I don't think a new one will help.
Had the same problem,so I took it to my machinest buddy,got him to take 2 1/4" off the barrel, then threaded it and put on just a cheap suppressor. Now it works perfect with any ammo


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Those other full auto 22s would be fun in Portland or Seattle as crowd control...........
 

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Some people get to have al the fun.
 
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