Talk about your performance enhancing accessories. This looks to be made as a joke since there is no screw in the revolver grip. With the Aimpoint red dot, I suspect it would help reduce muzzle flip and recoil. Looks like a fun plinker and if the large grip is functional, this little revolver would be pleasant to shoot.


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  • Tyler McCommon

    Some one is compensating….

    • gusto

      is he really thou?
      comfortable shooting such a small piece kinda makes him have great confidence

    • noob

      but there is no compensator on the barrel?

  • iksnilol

    Worst of all, it actually looks useable. I mean, having a normal grip on it only makes it much easier to shoot, the red dot compensates for the lack of a sight radius.

    Is it wrong that I want to try it?

    • admin@gatfacts.com

      Not wrong at all, it is a lot of fun to shoot.

    • Zebra Dun

      I’ve got my Dear old departed Aunts .25 acp Galesi Brescia reckon this mod would work?

      • iksnilol

        Yeah, make a “wood log” grip for it.

        Get a new barrel, long enough to clamp on a rail mount for the red dot. Or just get a long barrel and use irons.

        You’d be surprised how accurate fixed barrel pistols can be.

        • Hyok Kim

          “You’d be surprised how accurate fixed barrel pistols can be.”
          True, but well-designed browning tilting barrel lock pistols are more accurate. Walthers for an example.

          • iksnilol

            Wuuut?

            Get real homeslice, a good fixed barrel pistol is by virtue going to be more consistent than a equally well made tiliting barrel pistol.

            NOTE: I am talking about target pistols of the precision kind. Most mortals won’t notice the difference between tilting fixed barrel… but those who dare and manage to ascend to a higher plane of shooting will notice it… NOTE 2: I am not that good with pistols, tho I can wring a rifle.

          • Hyok Kim

            “Get real homeslice, a good fixed barrel pistol is by virtue going to be more consistent than a equally well made tiliting barrel pistol.”
            That’s what I used to think till I encountered Walther P88. It was more accurate than the HK P9S, Combat model, and P7, both in ransom rest and hand held according to Willy Clapp’s test.
            Tilting barrel lock as employed by Walther had 3 different contact points that put extra pressure on the muzzle end so as to ‘fix’ the barrel more rigid than could be done typical fixed barrel (other than adding barrel weight ala HK P9S Competition model).
            I had both P88 and P9S combat model. I tried to move the muzzle when in battery. I could a little bit on P9S, but not at all with P88.

          • iksnilol

            Makes sense I guess.

            I just know that my experience the Pardinis, Walthers and other “wood log” pistols are the most precise. Small caliber, fixed barrels.

  • Roy G Bunting

    A decent grip on their longer barrel “Earl” type revolvers would make a nice 22trail gun in a package about the size and weight of a knife.

  • Martin M

    Still needs a light, laser, lanyard ring, and bayonet lug.

    • Major Tom

      And a gripod can’t forget the forward gripod.

      • Edeco

        Surefire x400, somehow. And a muzzle blast diverter

        • Badwolf

          dont forget the sig brace

          • admin@gatfacts.com

            Its a real possibility, but some kinks need to be worked out before the next stages of insanity begin,

      • admin@gatfacts.com

        Because of the way these load and unload the bipod will eventually be attaching to a grip extension below the firearm itself.

    • Tactical truck nuts too.

    • admin@gatfacts.com

      Working on it.

    • Zebra Dun

      Bottle opener!

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    It’ll still kill ya’.

  • Bob

    I had thought about something similar to this, using one of these mini revolvers as a project piece, but they are actually quite expensive , especially for what you get for your money. Speaking of which, what are these things good for? About the only serious use I ever heard of was a friend of mine who used to stick one in the arm pocket of her jacket as a backup gun when she was a cop. Not my first choice for a backup gun, but better than harsh language I suppose.

    • Heretic2011

      I had a mini something like that one with a slightly longer barrel( one and five eighths as I recall). I could easily hit a beer can at 30 feet once I figured out that the sights had little to do with aiming the piece.

  • Lance

    No that’s a “Nathaniel F’s tacti cool” revolver on steroids.

  • John

    You know….this COULD be taken as a metaphor…..a TINY gun needs BIG accessories….jus’ sayin’….

  • derfelcadarn

    Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.

  • jerry young

    what no silencer?

    • admin@gatfacts.com

      Probably not happening on this one, not enough barrel to thread easily.

      • jerry young

        Yea I agree I was just being sarcastic

  • me ohmy

    missing the phased plasma rifle forty watt range…

    • Tom

      Hey, just what you see pal!

      • me ohmy

        twelve gauge autoloader, 45 long slide with laser sighting, uzi nine millimeter..

  • Roger V. Tranfaglia

    Soo…
    How much?

    • admin@gatfacts.com

      Not for sale, but I plan on posting a build guide when it reaches a completed state.

  • Charles Chenet

    The noisy cricket, Men in black.

  • Alex waits

    Needs to be SBR’d.

  • Budogunner

    Operators gotta operate…

  • USMC03Vet

    Where is the trigger?

  • John Wisch

    NOISEY CRICKIT !!!

  • Zebra Dun

    The case of the man or woman who adds so many gizmo’s and mods to his weapon the firearm gets lost in the clutter or left behind by accident.
    “This would be hell on the barn’s rats though and fun as all get out!”

  • maodeedee

    NAA needs to expand the size of the gun to accommodate the A17 Savage rimfire cartridge.

    And then someone needs to make an IWB holster for carrying it concealed..

    • David Sharpe

      They wouldn’t need to expand the size of the firearm, they could just put a .17 barrel on their .22 mag revolver.

  • Heretic2011

    I bet that things built like a swiss watch though.

  • hANNABONE

    Bianchi just came out with a belt holster for it…

  • Great_Baldung

    This is absurd. Just… absurd.