A Pistol for Veterinary’s.......yeah right!

A very nice little weapon from B&T.

 
Was that 'Veterinary' a typo?

Some advertising exec is trying to stop a print run, and kicking ass (and spell check) at the same time.
 

TamH70

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Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons fame did a video on this very pistol.


He sounds as dubious about its veterinary pretentions as you do, Effendi.

I'd still have one.
 

Fake Sheikh

On ROPS
On ROPs
Bet some join the RAVC thinking its an issued .44 or .357 like in The Enforcer?
 
Its for dealing with livestock that are wearing Wehrmacht uniforms and guarding a heavy water plant.

You never know.
To be fair, those livestock could climb into the binoculars you were viewing them with

 
Captive bolt gun usually used on cattle.
 
Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons fame did a video on this very pistol.


He sounds as dubious about its veterinary pretentions as you do, Effendi.

I'd still have one.
I'd have one, no problem.

Listening to the video though it seem's like there could still be something done to quieten it. Dead of night dealing with a dicker, or sentry you could still pick it out as a shot - extra inch or so on the suppressor may be worth looking at. Back in the day's of the Ingram Doc Dater (Gemtech) made what he called a "Superwipe" to go on the front of the issued suppressor. You unscrewed the suppressor front cap and screwed on the Superwipe which added around 4 inches to the length, but dropped down the volume to virtually nothing - you did not even need a db meter to notice the difference.
 

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