Ugly On A Stick Levergun

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Ugly On A Stick Levergun

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The .223 Wylde Red Ryd-AR by BrixkWurX Mfg...……. :roll:

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A way to get around an uglier gun law...?
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It is ugly, but I think it may make Beano Orourke's head explode. That could not be a bad thing.
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piller wrote:
Thu Oct 17, 2019 11:37 pm
It is ugly, but I think it may make Beano Orourke's head explode. That could not be a bad thing.
Technically, as a vacuum, I believe it would have to implode.... :wink:
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Well, yes. Sadly, there is not enough material there for it to reach critical mass. I think his personality is as ugly as that rifle.

I better stop before I cause this thread on an ugly gun to go political.
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Seriously... W.T.F.?

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beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I'm just glad i'm not holding it! :wink:
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How much bourbon was ingested when they developed that!? This fall under the old adage of falling out of the ugly tree and hitting every branch on the way down! But I suppose if that's what might be allowed by your local boneheaded political atmosphere then I say go buy 2 or 3 of them!
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Did anyone else see that Blaser ad in american rifleman not long ago with a strange thumbhole pistol gripped buttstock ?

So I emailed a hoity toity inlaw/outlaw of mine......you know, dallas safari club and s.c.i. member......trophy wife half his age....his fifth time around, her fourth.......his and hers range rovers.....two african safaris a year.....blaser with swarovski shooter.....tony makris and craig boddington on his cell speed dial.....etc. and asked him if he had seen the ad......

he said that his contacts at blaser explained that they had had so many requests from would be hunters that were so tactitardish that they could not comfortably hold and aim a conventionally configured gunstock.

good grief !
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Ray wrote:
Fri Oct 18, 2019 6:35 am
Did anyone else see that Blaser ad in american rifleman not long ago with a strange thumbhole pistol gripped buttstock ?
No, I had to look that up on the Blaser site. Not only is it ugly, it looks fragile, too.
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YA'BUT is it semi-auto?

or

what's the buffer tube for ?
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I agree with rossim92. Some mall ninja with an AR fixation might find that "gun" attractive. Besides it being a bit on the ugly side I wonder how it feels to shoot one (with eyes closed of course)...

I wonder where the ammo goes, in the box magazine or the under barrel tube?
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That looks like something the Japanese would mock up to use in an RPG. BUTT UGLY!!!

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KWK wrote:
Fri Oct 18, 2019 8:46 am
Ray wrote:
Fri Oct 18, 2019 6:35 am
Did anyone else see that Blaser ad in american rifleman not long ago with a strange thumbhole pistol gripped buttstock ?
No, I had to look that up on the Blaser site. Not only is it ugly, it looks fragile, too.
Surely with the walnut so thin there must be metal stiffening inside like a truss rod in a guitar neck.....without that it has to be quite fragile....
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WHY?
A dog with its feet on the wrong way around and its head sticking outta it's ar....back end would be more attractive!
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But can you work the lever while holding it sideways? Everybody knows that's the only way to get really accurate firing with this type of gun!
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