Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

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  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Wilson Combat and Larry Vickers just released the “Elite Tactical Model”.
    MSRP : $87,000.00

    • Cal S.

      Let’s see: buy a car, get a uselessly range toy?

      Hm. Decisions, decisions.

  • Wolfgar

    It looked like the Winchester bullets were sucked back by the temporary cavity. Fun video, I like!

  • aka_mythos

    I wonder what this would do to body armor? Two impacts so close to each other could cause problems.

    • iksnilol

      Or save yourself the trouble and use 7.62×25 tokarev with hot SMG ammo.

    • Zebra Dun

      And two an instant apart from two aimed shots won’t?

  • Porty1119

    Isn’t this the same moron who ricocheted a 20mm cannon shell by using an improper backstop?

    …yeah. I unsubscribed after that little bit of stupidity.

    • iksnilol

      How do you do something that stupid/dangerous?

      • Zebra Dun

        Seven lbs of trigger squeeze.

      • Don’t also forget that in addition to the insufficient backstop (and the resulting ricochet), he was firing that 20mm cannon off-hand from the hip. Sheer stupidity.

  • smartacus

    i wish they made a double-barrel Keltec P3AT 🙂

  • hikerguy

    That’s got to be a handful from the weight to the recoil firing it. I would hate to have it strapped to my side all day long. I would have a crooked gait at the end of that shift. A fun but impractical firearm.

  • Sulaco

    Good grief the second shots hit the first rounds in the gel!

  • J-

    I’m wondering if this would penetrate soft body armor. If the two rounds hitting very close together nearly simultaneously is too much for a vest to take?

  • Tom Currie

    In the earlier video on this {odd} pistol, he commented “It fires single rounds from alternating barrels. Shooting more than one round per trigger pull would have classified it as a machine gun and unavailable for sale to consumers.” But here we clearly see that it does fire two rounds with a single pull of the trigger. Last time I looked two was “more than one” — the fact that the two rounds come from separate barrels would not change the status under the law and BATFE definitions because they function together from a single trigger. This is ONE firearm, it has one trigger, and a single operation of the trigger fires “more than one” round.

    • jcitizen


      • Zebra Dun

        A shotgun fits the description with only one barrel in that it shoots from nine or more buckshot with each squeeze of the trigger once.

      • Tom Currie

        I wouldn’t bet that no one ever built such a thing, but to the best of my knowledge no current or recent double barrel shotgun with a single trigger is intended to fire both barrels on a single trigger pull. That’s pretty much why such shotguns are described as having a Single Selective Trigger

        It isn’t unusual for an inexperienced shooter to fire both barrels of a shotgun that has two triggers but those two shots aren’t really simultaneous and they are initiated by separate trigger pulls even though it is a single action by the shooter (usually right before either falling down or dropping the gun – and appearing on You Tube)

        • jcitizen

          Thanks! That pretty well answers any NFA concerns then!

  • Zebra Dun

    Useless contraption.