Safe Bet

Don’t have time to watch this video, but I’ll go ahead and recommend it now and watch it when I get time.

My Mechanic actually has a Dardick in a signed display case. No he won’t sell it. 8)

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  1. Kristopher says:

    Scary. He “makes” dummy trounds by putting trounds in backwards.

    One mistake and he gets an AD. If he wanted to dry fire it, he should have had a bunch of solid plastic dummies made.

    And the fact that you can load the trounds in backwards is an extreme fail.

  2. McThag says:

    In a lot of ways the Dardick is “Rube Goldberg builds a gun”.

  3. Brad says:

    This is just a guess, but I believe the revolving open chamber action of the Dardick pistol lives on today in the experimental LSAT light machine-gun.

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  6. Greg Camp says:

    I had heard of these, but never got to see that much detail before. It’s fascinating how far down the wrong road a smart guy can go. Put it in with the Webley-Fosbery semiautomatic revolver, the Russian Nagant gas-seal revolver, and the Frommer Stop. Of course, the most famous dead end in firearms is the Luger P’08.

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