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Interesting:

Ruger-1022-with-zip-usfa-forend*shrug* seems to work well.  I’m really not a fan of widgets infiltrating any aspect of my life, unless they are completely necessary.  I see why some people might like this thing though for various reasons.

The price is definitely good at $22.50 … and the various magazine adapters for $6 each.   That’s nice to see.  Hopefully the plastic they make it out of is more durable than it looks.

Thoughts?

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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Po64G72gQo[/youtube]

GarE Maxton presents “The INTIMIDATOR”. A metal puzzle sculpture that transforms into a fully functioning .45 caliber muzzle loading pistol! Featuring six different kinds of metal and over 135 pieces.

The sculpture includes everything required for assembly of the puzzle pistol. Integrated into the sculpture are a customized set of tools, all necessary hardware, 45 caliber bullets, a standard sight, a laser sight, a cannister containing black powder pellets, a secure storage area for 209 shotgun primers, a spent primer removal tool and a ramrod for loading the bullets.

 

Assembled in puzzle form… Just looks like a block of random Metal pieces:

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Like the ninja method, I can’t get this one handed loading technique to work for me either:

Relevant part starts at 8 seconds

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3l0HuZKEojg[/youtube]

Maybe my hands aren’t big enough?  Either that or i’m chalking it up to a weak, or aftermarket spring in that beretta… just like my excuse for the glock ninja method. :P

Can any of you guys chamber a round using this method with your Glock? What about your Beretta?

let me know in the comments

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