I missed that change on first view .. which says heaps about my powers of observation eh! - I might have made a half-decent copper (except for my glasses) .. but would definitely have been a crap 'D'.
That cosmetic change and better trigger pull might persuade me to buy a Gen 5 when they arrive down here in the "roaring forties".
- What is not obvious from the pictures is that this oddball is a THREE-SHOT handgun.
- This volley gun fires two of it's .25 ACP rounds for each trigger pull.. it's not a revolving "pepperpot" but has rotary twin firing-pins.
Like the Arsenal Double 1911 - it delivers two rounds on target simultaneously - BUT it's a lot cheaper - at a suggested retail price of US$300 .
Their Standard Manufacturing website is awful and next to useless .. but they do claim that other chamberings than .25" ACP will follow.
Now I am 'world-famous-in-New Zealand' for my terrible taste in guns ... I love my shorty 12 gauge side-by-side and the consensus vote is that the butt-stock on my 9 mm JRC carbine is b-ugly - But I love it - and the Standard Volley Gun 😍
JRC Also 'weird'?
- As for me shooting rapid 'double-taps' from any of my handguns (past or present) in the expectation of the legendary "snake-eyes" .. No Way - my fast second rounds just fly wildly & randomly around the backing boards .. if I'm lucky.
I need aimed fire.
My Deconstructed DUPLEX LOAD for .327 Federal Magnum -Ball & Bullet
That's that then,