Friday, January 8, 2010

Friday Gun Pr0n #145

Okay. I had to do it. I had to.

I had all this really cool stuff kicking around. I had to put it all together.

But I had to do it in a fun way. I had to do it in a configuration unlike anything I'd seen before. Oh sure, anyone can hang a bunch of stuff off an AR-15. Yawn. Remington 870? AK clone? It's been done.

I'm a big guy, with big ideas. I like looking at the big picture. I like thinking of things that no one has ever thought of before.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the following. It may very well be the perfect storm. I hereby present to you the:

Tactical Snubbie

Yes. Your eyes are not deceiving you. That really is a Smith & Wesson J-frame revolver (a.k.a. a snubbie) with a laser sight, a flashlight, and a bayonet. Heretofore unseen, I have created the tactical snubbie. This is the Rooney of snubbies. Snub-a-rooney.

All I need now is a thigh drop-rig and an assault wheelbarrow.

Specs are as follows. All items are courtesy of LaserLyte.

It takes an uncommon mind...

That is all.

Obligatory FTC disclaimer: LaserLyte provided the five items listed above for review as well as numerous other items in their shipment to the writer of this review.

32 comments:

Carteach0 said...

Lol! Okay ... that was a special moment.

Fred said...

How does it handle? Balance good?

Lissa said...

OMFG. That is a RIOT!

West, By God said...

Jay, you are my hero. ;)

Adam said...

Gives new meaning to "backup piece."

TOTWTYTR said...

That is NOT a tactical snubbie. That is a Tacticool Snubbie!

It takes a truly demented mind, and you have it.

Ross said...

It takes a sick mind, that's what it takes, Jay. *shakes his head* I love it. Uber-silly!

THAT pic is getting printed and going up on the wall at work, right below the pic of me with the redneck Drilling.
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a29/canthsrider/NES%20Pumpkin%20Shoot%202009/Photo_110709_001.jpg

Alan said...

That is so wrong.

libertyman said...

Don't forget the Evil Gun Show in Manchester (just up the street from Jillian's) Saturday and Sunday. I am looking to buy a couple of Loopholes. Or maybe one Leupold.

David said...

That is just ... fascinating. I keep looking at the picture waiting for it to make sense but it just won't.

elmo iscariot said...

Is that a .22 on top of everything else?

And it makes me feel dirty to say this... But minus the bayonet, I kinda like the snubbie with the light and laser. It has a neat low-and-high tech thing going on that appeals to the crazy SF nerd in me.

Or maybe I'm just handling too much manga at work. ;)

Jay G said...

Of *course* it's a .22LR.

That's the TRAINING tactical snubbie.

[rolls eyes]

Thanks everyone. I had a lot of fun with this one.

I probably will take the Model 34 to the range with the laser sight on it just for shits & giggles. The laser sight, though, is *definitely* going on the SW99 for use as the house gun - which will be shared with the P226...

Mikee said...

Hey - the knife is way too far off the bore line of the pistol for accurate tactical stabbery.....

But I guess you could optimize the laser sights for both stabbery and shootery, at least at close contact range.

TW: Prundest. As in, "That weapon is the one in my collection of which I am the most prundest."

Tam said...

If you register it as an SBR, you could put a collapsible stock and foregrip on it. I'm just sayin'.

ASM826 said...

When you stab something with a lot of force, where does it break at?

zeeke42 said...

"If you register it as an SBR, you could put a collapsible stock and foregrip on it. I'm just sayin'."

I was about to say that the collapsible stock was a no-go in MA, but then I realized, hey, wait, it's not a semi-automatic!

Anyway, I'd just go with registering it as an AOW and put a stubby foregrip on it.

Murdoc said...

If you register it as an SBR, you could put a collapsible stock and foregrip on it. I'm just sayin'.

Tam beat me to it.

That DEFINITELY needs a shoulder thing which goes up.

DirtCrashr said...

It's not scary because it's not magazine-fed.
YOU're scary though. :-)

Mikael said...

Hmm... it's missing a scope and a grenade launcher*, back to the rooney drawing board Jay. ;)

*underslung shotgun is an acceptable substitute.

Starik Igolkin said...

You've done it. Now I can't stop giggling

Jay G said...

Mission.

Accomplished.

dr mac said...

Oh my, you have outdone yourself.

Evyl Robot said...

Oh, wow. I'm speechless. And, that's not an easy feat to accomplish.

Evyl Robot said...

Hey, you want me to build you a holster for that monstrosity? LOL!

Ian Argent said...

Tam has left me speechless. In a very good way; my wife no doubt is wondering why the hell I spent the last 5 minutes chortling like mad.

Kenny said...

How do you park it?

Buddy said...

Needs one thing, tho....
An EOTECH Holographic Sight!
ROFLMAO!!

Damn, wish Texas had you here... you are a true-blue-blooded Yankee red-neck!

Anonymous said...

You, sir, are a genius.

Now you should be beaten to death for transversing the bounds between that which a man should and should not know.


May your soul rest in peace that it was only a .22.

Jay G said...

I feel compelled to point out that nothing permanent was done to the model 34...

I may be crazy, but I'm not stupid...

Grayson said...

Uh... Jay?

I DARE you to put a full size picture of that... thing... on a T-shirt. Then sell them at your next blogmeet.
In fact, I double-damn dare you.
You'll sell out fast, I think.
Cheers.


P.S.

Uh, Jay? WHAT PLANET ARE YOU FROM, ANYWAY?

DC Handgun Info said...

Jay, does the "G." stand for "GENIUS". I have taken the liberty of linking to your blog this morning. Keep up the good work.

"Assault wheelbarrow"?? To carry the durn thing, I guess.

Daniel Zombiekiller said...

You know with the way they mount the rear sights on those smiths, I bet with a little creativity and ingenuity you could mount a scope on there with the factory screw holes. It needs a scope. It really really needs a scope.