At a time when mainstream media is constantly exploiting every single shooting to further a political agenda and gun-grabbers everywhere are calling for gun bans, tighter restrictions and smaller capacity magazines, one Florida based company is not wanting to go smaller, but bigger. The Never-Empty Double Gun design is turning heads in a big way, according to an email sent to the Little Rock Gun Rights Examiner on January 31, 2013.
The Never-Empty Double Gun (NEDG) is essentially two guns in one. The conversion kit allows two semi-automatic pistols to be housed together in a single unit that resembles a double barrel rifle with two pistol grips. The most useful feature of the NEDG is its ability to always be in the “ready” position, even while clearing a jam or reloading. In addition, with its 2-in-1 design, the magazine capacity is increased to 60 rounds between the two magazines.
A picture of the design was posted on a Facebook Glock forum and has since been shared over 2,000 times, “liked” over 6,000 and has nearly 400 comments. While there are a handful of comments from those who still believe that guns are the cause of violence, not the people behind them, most of the comments are geared towards how utterly cool it is and along the lines of, “I want one.”
Chris from Texas, a U.S. Marine who recently returned from Afghanistan, reacts to the new design.
“I think the NEDG might make a good ‘entry gun’ for the Military or Law Enforcement. It’s an interesting idea. I hope he gets the funding to develop the prototype. I’d like to test one out and put it through its paces. It looks fun to shoot.”
The patent is pending on the NEDG and as soon as funds are available, a prototype will be made.
NEDG can also be found on Facebook.
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