A gun to annoy pinkos

This gun will seriously annoy a significant number of pinkos. It looks perfect for home defence purposes:

It was the summer of 1991 when the eagerly anticipated movie “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” hit the big screen. A memorable scene in this iconic sci-fi thriller is the motorcycle versus 18 wheeler chase through a series of concrete drainage canals. The young John Connor, future savior of mankind, flees from the villainous T-1000 on his dirt bike. The heroic T-101 cyborg, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, arrives clad in black leather astride a Harley Davidson motorcycle just in time to save the day. Oozing an attitude of pure cool, the T-101 draws a pistol-grip 1887 Winchester lever-action shotgun that he cocks and fires single-handed from the moving Harley. You’ve got to love Hollywood.

The Italian gun manufacturer Chiappa Firearms already has a fan base among SASS shooters who use its 1887 lever-action shotguns in competition. This year, the company has reached out to sci-fi and zombie movie fans by adding the “Terminator 2” inspired T-Model to its lineup, which will be available exclusively through Taylor’s & Co., Inc.


Manufacturer: Chiappa Firearms; Chiappafirearms.com
Distributor: Taylor’s & Co., Inc.; Taylorsfirearms.com
Model: 1887 T-Model
Action: Lever Action Shotgun
Caliber: 12-Gauge, 2 3/4″ Shells Only
Finish: Matte Black Oxide
Grip & Forearm: “Soft Touch” Black Rubber Coating or oiled hardwood
Sights: Gold Bead Front
Optics: Drilled & Tapped for Scope Mount
Barrel Length: 18.5”
Overall Length: 27.5”
Weight: 6.6 lbs.
Capacity: 7 Rounds (5+2)
Choke: Cylinder Bore
Suggested Retail Price: $995

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