A Nurse with a Gun

Friday, October 14, 2005

Swiss Army Rifle

Long rumored to be available somewhere on the internet, here is the mystical Swiss Army Rifle. Nothing is known about it's designer or current owner.

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Blogger Josh said...

I can identify the man holding it - that's Paul Kim, the head genius-in-charge at Surefire.

1:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just another M16 rework. Sad that there are so many "new" rifles that are all the same as the M16. When a major power, or minor one for that matter, developes a truely new rifle concept with a more potent caliber, then that will be exciting. Hanging more stuff off of an old rifle it not a new rifle.

2:06 PM  
Anonymous Frosty Hunter said...

That is funny as a bicycle with warped wheels.
Even funnier is the person who seems to think it's a real effort to do something new. Wake UP, guy. I showed it to a friend who bought a Beretta imitation assault rifle with rails and snap covers and, probably, a microwave oven and refrigerator.
I've bookmarked your site. Thanks for the cogent and entertaining goodies. Great minds...and all that sort. While spending my adult life as a cop I was also a Paramedic/ Instructor for 14 of those years.

8:50 PM  
Anonymous "gunner" said...

"frosty hunter" is right, it's a rooney gun, a spoof of the gadget freak types and their tendency to hang junk on innocent unprotesting firearms. my duty pistol was a SIG p220 and i still have the m1911a1 i carried as a personal sidearm for many years until a new job required a double action weapon. neither gun has anything hanging off it and they both do just fine hitting what i aim at as long as i do my part.

11:27 PM  
Anonymous dwilkinson11@cox.net said...

I'm still carrying a 1911 that was shipped in October 1917. Shoots fine, thanks. New springs is all. Got a Commander with night sites and a LaserMax, but I don't want anything hangin' off the outside of any gun, thanks. Yeah, I know, I'm old...hope these kids with their 'gadget of the week' have the opportunity to get old, too.

11:01 PM  

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