Double CZ 52

Yesterday I wrote about the Double Glock Machine Pistol. My German friend Axel emailed me to say that another double gun made by the same person, this time a CZ 52 chambered in 7.62x25mm, is currently being auctioned off online.

The auction description is below (translated by Google) …

So what was never intended to be offered, Egun!

You are bidding on a prototype of a double gun, consisting of two CZ M52 7.62 Tokarev. The guns are means of two welded rails bolted together, this screw allows adjustment of both the weapons to each other so that both guns “shoot together. The guns are shooting horizontally held ergonomic, in the middle of Weaver rail is fitted, the assembly of target equipment, like red dot sight, ZF etc. permits. The weapon was developed to make manageable set fire guns, because the weapon when firing in the target is always to allow for ergonomic shooting. Who will be asked to fast finger on something to show the trends (aim), it has an ergonomic posture, ie, the pointing hand is perfectly level. It is with this hand position, this double shot with pistol. About this development (by HP Sigg), from then finally fully automatic “Double Glock pistol” was the one) was a detailed article in the Swiss gun magazine (12/1997 written, the pictures of this auction are included. For whom the resolution is too low can be, for me the article in higher resolution request. It is certainly not a weapon for everyday use, but a very interesting piece for collectors and those interested in the history of weapons development and fun you have while shooting also J

Shipping costs € 10.90, only to EWB. For this particular weapon requires two permits to purchase handguns, because it is so excessive number two weapons involved. To avoid questions: There are ordinary (semi-automatic) pistols, not a series of firearms. The weapon can of course be picked up personally.

Foreign Shipping:

I never send weapons to foreign countries. Anyone who still wants the BID from abroad, the auction a German arms dealer named according to which the weapon can be sent and then export to the purchaser makes.

Here in Egun there are various professional arms dealers, this service offering, for example here: http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=3090122

Shipping to foreign countries:

I never ship guns to foreign countries, but I can ship to a licensed German gunsmith, located in Germany, who will do the export for you. Requests in English are welcome.



Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Greetings from Texas,
    WHY?

  • Matt in AZ

    I think that if the pistols were mounted at 90 degrees instead of 180 that would be alot more tactisensical and make reloads much quicker. Might be better off to go with the New York reload. I love this kind of stuff and look forward to his next creation. I just hope it’s a real deal Double Deagle.

  • Theodoric

    Would b much more ergonomic if the weapons were held at an angle to each other. Relatively speaking, of course.

  • snmp

    In fact you have 2 situations for shipping weapon, you are in EU or oversea barbarian.

    * You need in fisrt time a licence of importation in your country
    * You send the paper in germany and the seller need to ask for export licence.

  • Billy Bones

    Now all it needs is a vertical handgrip and a remote trigger actuator/cable release.

  • Buster Charlie

    If this is not the definition off bubba then I don’t know what is.

    And the seller is a LIAR because he keeps yelling how ergonomic it is, I suspect if it was more ergonomic to hold two guns like a mutated gun toting crab then this would have been adopted 200 years ago.

    I notice how he dosen’t mention the guns being registered in any way or any guarantee of POI between the two guns.

    But that’s just my opinion.

  • jon spencer

    Another solution looking for a problem.

  • Clodboy

    The description text actually describes the rationale behind this gun (loosely translated by me)
    “This weapon was developed as a way of making machine pistols controllable, since the weapon always stays on target while firing, as well as a way of enabling ergonomic shooting. A person told to quickly point the finger (or “aim”) at something will assume an ergonomic hand position, i.e. a horizontally-aligned pointing hand. Exactly this hand position is what this pistol is shot from.”

  • Colin

    I will be bitterly disappointed if this isn’t featured in the next Call of Duty game.

  • icey iowan

    If this was done with a pair of gold plated Desert Eagles they’d be sold out immediatly.

  • Rob De Witt

    The old “Double Gangsta” grip, huh? Look for the Bling Edition soon….

  • Mechman

    So, aside from the fact that if you pull the triggers even slightly off timing it’ll shake from side to side uncontrollably, and that it would take more than twice as long to reload because you’d only be able to load one gun at a time and the other would be pointing up, and that you can’t open doors, or use anything but the guns when you’ve got them out, what makes this better than just having TWO guns?

  • Some Guy

    This is the funniest shit I have seen in a while.

  • derfel cadarn

    Second STUPIDEST idea I ever seen,the first was posted here yesterday. These folks have been watching to many movies,there is not a single function these could perform that could not be filled by a more practical weapon. These guns are less concealable,with less fire power and outside Hollywood using these would get you dead. These are the gun equivalent of the Chevy Volt only useful if there is nothing else,fortunately there better choices.

  • Jesse

    Both of these cz52’s appear to be in very good condition this “double gun” is freakin retarded! What a waste of not one but two awesome handguns (i own one cz and a tokarev) and love them both!

  • Snarky McGurk

    Agree with most comments. Retards shouldn’t own or work on guns. Even in Europe.