Gilboa Snake Double Barrel AR | WTF Files

It features a double barrel, double trigger, double mag well, dual ejection port. The select fire version evidently a single gas block, but the civilian variant sports separate gas blocks and pistons. It’s the Gilboa double barrel AR.

But first, a commercial.

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Now on with the fuckery.

You know, what opening paragraph would sound way better if spoken the same way Dr. Ray Stantz explains the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.

Ray Stantz - Stay Puft Marshmallow Man

Called “the snake,” the weapon hails from Israel. Kristen Joy Weiss recently shot on in a teaser for an upcoming segment about it. She’ll probably do some cool stuff with it.

 

Some of you may remember the following from a few years back.

“The double-barreled AR came from thinking about solutions to very common problem in ambushes and in Special Forces missions, where the window of opportunity can be extremely small, just a millisecond…there’s been a lot of thought on, how do you deliver the maximum of firepower at that millisecond when you see your target and have that one chance…”

Hey, whatever. All we know is, if you’re going to dual wield ARs, this is the way to do it. Fun to shoot? Prob’ly so! Genuine practical use?

Prolly not. It might be worth the $2200 to put Gersh Kuntzman behind one, though, and that’s a fact.

If you were wondering, here’s how to zero it.

The double-barrel AR15 is online at http://www.gilboa-rifle.cornershot.com/.

Ray Stantz - Stay Puft Marshmallow Man

Now, treat yourself to a mug worthy of your awesome, gun-toting morningness. 

A variety of "Liberal Tears" coffee mugs.


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