Sunday, May 11, 2014

Why, Oh Why?

Sometimes you see a firearm that has been modified and all you can say is, why, oh why, did someone do this.

An example of one such firearm is below. I found it today on Pinterest.

As you can see, this lever-action pistol meets all the requirements for being tactical. It has the requisite polymer stocks, it has a Picatinny rail, it has a combo laser-flashlight, it has an enlarged loop for the lever, and it appears to have a fiber-optic front sight. The only thing missing from this tactical wonder is practicality.

But, hey - someone somewhere would pay good money for this.


  1. But I betcha it's legal in those States that ban ARs. And if that's all one is allowed to have....

  2. Where or how is a pistol converted from a rifle legal in these united states?