Sit back and get some vicarious enjoyment – about all you can get in Australia when it’s a machine gun – out of this mature-aged, ten gallon hatted funster working the crank handle of a beautifully made, fully-functional .22 Rimfire Gatling Gun.
You just fill the hopper with a couple of bricks of Power Points and let rip at a safe backstop. If my memory serves, these miniature fun guns were pioneered by a Kiwi who could sell you plans for an electrically-driven version. Somehow, I think I’d prefer to crank the handle, if I could ever get a go of one, that is.
More recently, I have seen that Colt, in the USA, produces a .45-70 Gatling Gun Bulldog, that retails for $50,000 – yikes. If you have to ask the price, then I suppose it’s too much.