Real or not this thing is ingenious and it would be pretty sweet if someone made a new-production model without the Nazi bird on it.
It’s not just the idea, it’s also the mechanics that makes this an interesting design. Everything from the locking mechanism to the elegant striker-fired trigger system makes it stand out.
If you’re interested in bidding on this possibly-fake belt buckle pistol head over to the Rock Island Auction Company for more info. It’s expected to bring in between $6,500 and $11,000.
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