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COLT 1877 BULLDOG .45-70 Classic Gatling Gun Five Barrel Tripod Model, Serial # 4 of Original 1 of 50 Production

Product Features:
Museum Quality
Fully Operational
Built To Original Size
45-70 Government Caliber
Fires Up To 800 Rounds Per Minute
Five Fully Brass Encased Direct Drive Barrels
Beautiful Brass and Iron Tripod
Walnut Stained Hard Wood Tripod Legs
V-Notch Rear Sight, Graduated To 1,000 Yards
Includes Deluxe Transit Chests, Tools and Accessories
Limited One Year Warranty On All Parts and Labor
Made In The U.S.A.

UPC#: 689139391724

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$60k? Why, back in 1877 I picked up one of these for $0.47 and a handshake. It came with 10,000 rounds of ammo and a squaw to do your laundry, no extra charge. You idiots complaining about prices should have stocked up and prepared for this back in 1950, when I wore plaid trousers, which was the fashion at the time. I married that squaw. Her name was Brunhilda, and she flew P-51s in the war. Yep.

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Pics of the squaw or it didn’t happen.

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Why aren't you at your post?

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Well, I think im going for it now. I turned it down last week at $60k, but down 3 cents, thats a steal. consider it sold.

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I wonder dose one need an FFL to purchase it’s technically not a fully automatic

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I'm better using my retirement saving to buy this before it's out-of-stock. I just have to find out how much my FFL will charge for the transferring fee.

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You'll need a loan to buy ammo for it.

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down from 60K, a whopping 3cents discount

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This was $45,000 prior to the Shanghai Shivers, now like everything else, it is beyond my reach.

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A deal, huh?

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I bought this... Nothing special.. meeehhh. I'll stick to fishing

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Only one magazine?

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Will it mount on a Peloton?

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If Biden cancels my student loans, I'm getting this.

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Biden can't walk across the room without breaking a leg or stealing a vote.

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Glad to know I can still get that pre-pandemic / election season pricing.on this one.

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Shipping kill the deal. Too bad

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Lol

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I live In Southern Oregon and the whole west coast is on fire from the damn antifa terrorists! I need this mounted in my truck. Anyone caught lighting fires and or looting will certainly be turned into mush... no recognizable body parts will be left. The birds and rodents will have only bits to eat!

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yep I knew it! only a dumbass with a name like"radicalleftist" would be triggered by my comment and thumbs down it. move along libtard troll.. go back to your non sense.

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You sir, have it figured out. Don’t shoot Sasquatch though please...at least leave some body chunks to be tested for DNA anyways?

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Cheapest .45-70 I can find is $1.60/rd so this thing costs about $1,300 per minute to shoot. Totally worth it in my opinion.

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My grandpa told me the spirit of my native people will always be with me...He must have been right because as soon as I saw this my butt puckered up a little bit.

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Finally!!!! Something that the ammo isn't dried up for.

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This one takes Glock mags,,,,winning! https://tippmannarmory.com/gatling-gun/

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time to refinance the house! I may end up homeless but god damn anyone trying to invade my cardboard tent down the road!

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Houses lose value anyways and this can be easily configured to any Tactical Cardboard System so I say do it do it

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No free shipping? Pass.

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Everyone gets a thumbs up on this one. Tremendous stuff. 800 rounds a minute? I bet my wife would still miss the deer we run past her..

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Can I mount a light and sling on it?

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Can someone recommend a holster?

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If I’m paying $12.99 for shipping then that bad boy better be delivered by a stagecoach that’s fully stocked with ammunition.

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Great investment, these were $45,000 just a few years ago!

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Pros
* You may not survive the Oregon Trail, but at least it'll be due to dysentery, & not the Indian raids.
* Laying siege to Spanish missions is a hoot.

Cons
* Doesn't take Glock mags
* No last shot bolt hold open

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Does magpul make a grip for this ?

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Ah too bad I was about to get a $60,000 mp5. Now I dont know which one I want this month and which one to wait till next month when i save enough.

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$12.99 shipping kills it.

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Looks like a practical EDC

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Nah, it's behind the times.. No MOS so no Red Dot..

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