Two shots per trigger pull. Full-auto revolver! EEEEK!;)tweaker
what about The Four Rules?!!
Smile for the flash...
Be nice if the cops had them.
Multiple questions:I note it said "New York, 1938". Was this really developed back then?Is this a camera shaped like a gun? If so, dumb. "Freeze! Or I'll take your picture."Or is a camera attached to a real gun?If so, like one of the comments on the link asks, wouldn't the recoil blur the shot?
First, dude needs a nail trim and a cleaning. Second, he has waaaaaay too much finger on that trigger.
PPPP - yes, 1938. Actually, probably a bit earlier. Camera attached to pistol (look at picture again). Probably cable release for camera attached behind trigger. Fast enough shutter/film speeds to take picture as pistol fired, before relatively sluggish recoil.
How many pictures of paper targets and defiantly-still-standing-there-sassing-me steel plates do I really need though?=)I could see it maybe as a requirement for LEO, but even then... no.Cameras are not a substitute for the human eye and SD law is based on reasonable perception in a fluid situation, not the actual facts in a frozen moment of time.20/20 hindsight criticism of valid shoots is bad enough without second guessing via instant replay.Now for training, for competition or even maybe for shoot/no shoot with a sync'd laser say, it could help illustrate where you hit and when in the scenario, either live action (with all due gun/ammo safety precautions of course) or with replicas, simunitions, etc. There that sort of thing might have value.
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