"THE BLUEBLOOD". Originally handsmithed in the Royal armouries, an inexhaustible ambergoen crystal for power, brass gears for clockwerk precision every firing, double buckled barrel for support, and triple fin radiator and four pressure gauges means no guesswork. "The Prince of Nowhere" had an exactness for executing the construction of this gun and in executing his enemies. So, call him a pirate or a hero or maybe a lost soul ...
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With three barrels, 18 rounds, this thing has more ammo capacity than a Glock and shoots three rounds with every pull of the trigger. Edit: Looks like it shoots one round at a time, moving from the outer rounds inward. The double 1911 floating around the 'net a while back has nothing on this puppy. Though .45 ACP is going to beat the revolver's 6.35mm/.25 ACP in terms of...well, every way possible.
Indo-Persian tabar zin (saddle axe), 17th to 18th century, a well made weapon with heavy half-moon shaped axe on one side of the steel shaft, and a hammer on the other side, for the crushing of armour and helmets, and a steel gun using the barrel as the haft. The touch hole is within the hammer section. The triple function use of this amazing piece makes it not only a scarce collectable but a superb conversational piece. http://www.thelanesarmoury.co.uk/