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DENIX 411 GATTLING GUN

DENIX 411 GATTLING GUN [11.00.0050]

DENIX 411

In 1861, Doctor Richard Gatling patented the Gatling Gun, a six-barreled weapon capable of firing a (then) phenomenal 200 rounds per minute. The Gatling gun was a hand-driven, crank-operated, multi-barrel, machine gun. The first machine gun with reliable loading, the Gatling gun had the ability to fire sustained multiple bursts.  Richard Gatling created his gun during the American Civil War, he sincerely believed that his invention would end war by making it unthinkable to use due to the horrific carnage possible by his weapons. At the least, the Gatling Gun's power would reduce the number of soldiers required to remain on the battlefield.

Model

GUTTLING GUN

Code

411

Weight

1120 gr.

Dimension

38 cm

Color

Gray finish

Date of manufactoring

~ 1861

AVAILABILITY

YES

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Address : 61, Stournari str. Athens 104 32
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Manufacturer: DENIX

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Price: 102,83EUR

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