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2012 SHOT Show Special Report: AK-47 with Under-barrel Chainsaw

Yee haw! It’s yer old pal Duke here, writing specially cause I just heard someone at the SHOT Show is showin’ off what might be the ultimate zombie slaying survival machine, a tricked out AK-47 with a chainsaw-mounted under the barrel! I can’t tell you how excited I got when I saw this sweet, sweet thing. I’ve been told that Doublestar created this monster. Custom painted in battle colors for the zombie apocalypse, it’s got a Midwest Industries rail system with a Primary Arms micro red dot mounted on it and a forward pistol grip mounted on the side instead of the bottom. We got ourselves a 75-round drum magazine, an AR-15 style collapsible stock with a medical kit hung on the right side and a battery on the left side. And the wires from the battery go along the left side of the rifle till they meet up with the custom mounted electric chainsaw hung under the barrel! We got some pictures of this thing with girls hanging on to it. I can think of some ways to improve this setup, but I understand they don’t allow kegs of beer or monster trucks inside the SHOT Show anymore. Enjoy the photos and remember, it’s all in good fun!

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  2. Definitely not a shotty. That is an AK-47, maybe a WASR-10. So stinking cool. I want one… For no other reason than that it’s for zombies… 🙂

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