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Ultrasonic Disintegrator Gun

Started by warmcanofcoke, Feb 23, 2017, 04:47 am

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tmdad

How about this one?

An Original No5 from 1971

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mr sheen

You may have struck gold with that one!

Davros Skaro

To buy or own an air pistol, don't you need a firearms license?
Or are you just after the wooden stock part, which would make better sense.
Sorry if I'm not making sense myself, weather in Australia at the moment is extreme. We've had 3 days over 40 & more still to come reaching 48 on Saturday or Sunday.
All the best everyone for Christmas & stay safe.

Chris.

Chris.

tmdad


No license required in the UK for air pistols under a certain power (Though some of the 'legal' ones might find it possible to penetrate skin with a pellet- the single shot models mostly, the multi shot varieties won't even do that - they'd never be able to penetrate muscle or bone - you'd have more luck clubbing someone to death with them).

In this instance I think the plastic handle/spring housing is what is required - spray it black and add your Draconian bits.

Mind you - This Original No:5 is currently available, second hand,  from Protek in the UK for £85.

Don't all rush at once.

Maybe whoever buys it can get the relevant bits scanned for a 3D printing in the future??

tmdad


Actually - to add to what I just wrote - although you do not require licenses for these, if you do use one to attack a person - you are still charged with using a firearm. The penalties for that are the same as if you use a real gunpowder firearm - do not go there!

elkad

The specific name of this pistol, if anyone wishes to look for it. "model 5 Winchester 353 pellet gun"

Davros Skaro

Quote from: tmdad on Dec 18, 2019, 10:17 pm
No license required in the UK for air pistols under a certain power (Though some of the 'legal' ones might find it possible to penetrate skin with a pellet- the single shot models mostly, the multi shot varieties won't even do that - they'd never be able to penetrate muscle or bone - you'd have more luck clubbing someone to death with them).


Thanks for this info. In Australia you need a license for them, even the pistol crossbows now.
Good luck in getting them & building your own Ultrasonic Disintegrator Guns, look forward to seeing them. :D

Chris.
Chris.