Working Miniature Guns

Check out this tiny double barreled shotgun. The person manipulating it installs the barrel and the forend onto the shotgun. Loads it and closes the barrels. Then cocks the two hammers and uses a pencil to fire the first round.


Next up is a miniature Mauser 98K with display box. They disassemble it and show that the bayonet works. And of course they load it and fire it.

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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  • Mitch

    Props from the new Ant Man vs. Punisher film… I’ll save the plot details for the trailer.

  • skusmc

    Fun fact; This miniature little Mauser was originally designed at the turn of the century for small stature girls to shoot. Hence the name Peter Paul and Mary Mauser.

  • some guy

    Is it an SBR?

  • Casper White

    Would be great for shooting your eye out.

    • LV-426


  • smitty26

    Have seen these before.Some weeks ago there was a video on the Live Leak channel.Russian police(I believe in Moscou)entered a appartment were and old man was living.His complete house was full with these little guns.In the basement here was a complete machine shop.He also made full scale weapons.Very nice models like German MG and Browning M1919A4,K98,Mauser C96 and P08.The collection was taken by the Police and the old man send to prison.

    • Giolli Joker

      That’s sad…

  • Travis

    Nice addition to my collection of 12″ GI Joes.

    Did I just say that out loud?

  • JoshCalle

    chambered in 120 gauge and .8 mm mauser respectively

  • jerry young

    such a great job on these, the attention to detail is excellent, I’m amazed that the rifle rounds have primers instead of rimfire

  • DanGoodShot

    Now… Where to buy reloading dies???

  • GPSrulz

    So if I want one, do I need an ATF Form 1?

  • Phil Hsueh

    I wonder, if I got one of those or a mini replica AK and I live in CA, would I need a bullet button on them and would I still be limited to a 10 round mag?