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Zippo Guns - 2 styles
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  TowerTopper

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Posted: June 08 2012 at 12:34pm | IP Logged Quote TowerTopper

I was reading through some older forums and came across one about this Zippo gun, and remembered about this other drawing at the bottom on the web also. Not much need for one, but maybe something to do on a rainy weekend to pass time...

Forum I was reading here... http://www.weaponeer.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=16042& ;PN=1 



Sardaukar_Gun_Plans.pdf

Other internet plans that I seen and liked, but I thought it would be better using the 4mm Flobert round...



ZIPPO GUN.pdf

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Posted: July 18 2013 at 7:55pm | IP Logged Quote UKBiker

I do rather like this, it is exceedingly sneaky, a very close range assassins weapon. Although knowing my memory I'd bloody forget and end up blowing my nose off trying to light a roll up. ops:
Damn good reason to give up smoking though

I recon it would be ok with a .22lr, although I've seen larger zippo copies that would probably take a .22WMR round.
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Posted: January 14 2017 at 11:20am | IP Logged Quote joeschmoe

sorry to revive an old thread here but i cant resist, looking at the first one, it would obviously be considered an aow thus requiring a tax stamp and paper work n such as its not readily recognizable as a firearm. now looking at the second one, since the lid gets opened up and basically acts as a pistol grip with a exposed barrel and trigger do you think that would make it readily recognizable? it makes me think of the difference with the older pen guns and the newer approved non aow ones that fold down creating a grip and the trigger pops out. this could be a fun build
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Posted: January 14 2017 at 11:57pm | IP Logged Quote backbencher

You'd need the plans approved in advance.  If you didn't want to wait on Tech Branch, send the plans to them and file the Form 1; if Tech Branch comes back & says it's not an AOW, then just request the refund of the Form 1.  They do refunds all the time.
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Posted: January 15 2017 at 10:43am | IP Logged Quote joeschmoe

ya ive heard they can take a few months to get back to people especialy on aproval letters. just submitting this drawing probably wouldnt be enough im guessing, they would probably wants some dimmensions and such. damn i need to get a computer thats good enough to run some cadd. speaking of, whats everyone running these days? back when i was in school we ued autodesk inventor in combination with solidworks and mastercam but those wil all cost a pretty penny.
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Posted: January 15 2017 at 9:45pm | IP Logged Quote backbencher

Google Sketchup is seemingly surprisingly effective for such things.
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