Well this ought to get your heart pumping a little faster, Scott from Kentucky Ballistics has quite a treat in-store for y’all and of course it has to do with a pretty awesome little piece of firepower!! Scott dragged-out a Gatling gun made by Tippmann Armory, that fires 9mm and the intended target…a clear ballistic shield, rated to stop up to .44 Magnum.
Now, some of you might not think this is that big of a deal, firing 9mm ammunition at this thing, but I don’t think this shield has ever withstood such a high volume of fire before and that’s where the Gatling gun comes in.
Incase some of you may have noticed, I do like to use Scott’s videos quite a bit, the reason, they’re funny as all get-out and, they’re also quite informative and quite frankly…I like the hell out of them.
About the Gatling Gun Scott is using:
The folks over at Tippmann Armory released a 1/3 scale version of an 1865 Gatling gun chambered in 9mm. It functions very similar to the real deal 1865 model Gatling Gun. It’s multi-barreled, hand cranked, fires from the four o’clock position and spent casings drop out the bottom of the gun. And because making everything accept Glock magazines is in vogue right now, it uses Glock mags.
9 MM crank Gatling Gun
Firearms are cool and all but have you have shot a 9 MM Gatling gun? Just looking at this gives you a smile but actually firing this will get you grinning from ear to ear! Crank out as many shots as your hand can crank and your magazine can fit! It comes with a 33 Rd Glock magazine ( any Glock Mag will work) and the carriage assembly.
Now that you’re filled in, sit back and watch what Scott does to his target.