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Unusual Weapons

Unusual Weapons

6/4/2013

These unusual weapons operate on the “slam-fire” system and pose a serious threat to law enforcement.

Flashlight Gun

The item appears to be a flashlight but actually is a gun. The ring is pulled back and allowed to travel forward, firing a .25 auto caliber cartridge.

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Pen Gun

Pen guns may come in various styles and finishes. The bolt head is pulled back and allowed to travel forward, firing a .38 special caliber cartridge.


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Bolt Gun

This gun looks like a metal bolt. The bolt head is pulled back and allowed to travel forward. It can fire a .22 caliber cartridge.

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