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Its two guns in one!

#1 Post by Simmer down » Mon Aug 23, 2010 4:55 pm

http://texasguntrader.com/index.php?a=2&b=72921
You could shake it up with this! "Sweet little gun?" How about two barrels, no waiting, of hot death-dealing lead.

This is a vary rare saco crossfire over under 12 Ga. and 223. It is like new still have the box and evrything that came with it. Has only been fired once. Has a selctor switch to go between the 12ga shotgun and the 223 rifle. This is a sweet little gun. Doesnt have the site or pistol grip on it now. Comes just as it was new. Also it uses ar Mags... Comes with two. 5 round and I belive a 30 round.For more info call 903.269.7642 Asking $1000 Cash
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#2 Post by LastResort » Mon Aug 23, 2010 5:06 pm

That is the damnedest looking thing...

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#3 Post by ADB » Sun Mar 06, 2011 7:07 pm

I've heard that these sorts of "combo guns" are popular survival weapons for pilots to carry in case of a crash in a remote area, since you have the advantages of both a shotgun and a rifle in a single package.

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#4 Post by Paladin » Sun Mar 06, 2011 7:27 pm

Mason has one that is a 30.06 and a 12ga.
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#5 Post by whitey » Sun Mar 06, 2011 7:30 pm

I saw a 12ga/.22 combo at Kittery Trading Post last fall. Thought it was an odd combo but now having read this thread it's not as odd as I thought.
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#6 Post by highdesert » Sun Mar 06, 2011 7:58 pm

I've seen pictures of the combo rifle/shotguns, think they are more popular in Europe. First noticed one in a picture of a group of South African hunters, thought it looked odd so I did some Internet surfing.

A link to the manual of the Crossfire MK-1 12 ga. over .223 Rem
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#7 Post by Mason » Sun Mar 06, 2011 8:11 pm

Mine looks just like this one, but wears a 1.5 - 4x scope.

http://www.bushcraft.survivalbill.ca/?c ... me=hunting

I have cloverleafed Core Lokt 150gr at 80 yds and shot skeet through the scope. :D

Heavy as mofo to carry all day in the field. :sad:
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#8 Post by mark » Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:10 am

masonalannz wrote:Mine looks just like this one, but wears a 1.5 - 4x scope.

http://www.bushcraft.survivalbill.ca/?c ... me=hunting

I have cloverleafed Core Lokt 150gr at 80 yds and shot skeet through the scope. :D

Heavy as mofo to carry all day in the field. :sad:

I can confirm that he was able to knock down clay with it. No one else could, but he did.

Seriously, it was a pretty spiffy rifle/shotgun ...... riflegun? flotgun? shofle? shoriffle? Ooooo... I like shoriffle....lol
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