Monthly Archives: February 2011

Dual full auto glocks

That are tied together

Steve notes that the guy was trying to come up with a design that would help increase the control-ability of full auto fire – by the guns “canceling each other out”. I guess it would help with muzzle rise? But there would still be rearward recoil.

Guest bloggers wanted

If any of you gun bloggers out there are interested in being a guest blogger here at Gunmart, drop me a line and let me know what you would like to blog about.  I am always interested in cross promoting my blog and would be more then willing to give you the added exposure of my site to show off your content.

More on the Taurus Carbine

GH&G has a great post up with lots of pics………… here

According to the Taurus representative I spoke with at the Show, the Taurus Carbine is a semi-automatic version of a select fire submachine gun that the company sells in other areas of the world.  The rep advised these pistol caliber carbines (9mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) are all a blowback design, which helps explain their relatively heavy weight (up to 12.25 pounds.)

The Taurus rep said the company did not have any projected date to start import.  The magazines on the carbines did not interchange with any of the Taurus handguns, but I was told the company is “looking at it.”