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Master Of Miniature Guns

Posted on June 1, 2011 by kulichik


Can you take a stainless cane with 3 mm in diameter and drill a hole of 2 mm alongside the cane at the depth of 3 cm? It’s fine if you can. Now let’s take a cane with 2 mm in diameter and drill an ideal 1 mm hole at the depth of 2 cm. Mind that you don’t have any power drill at your disposal but only a primitive hand brace used in 1970. Will you be successful this time? Hardly.

But there is a man who will. He has done it many many times.

He is a historian, constructor, woodcarver, jeweler and the only master making miniature copies of shotguns and cold weapon. “The Kalashnikov Gun”.

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13 Responses to “Master Of Miniature Guns”

  1. Musa says:

    This man and his guns and rifles are impressive and awesome.

  2. Chico says:

    Pretty cool, wel done.
    Me can drink a lot of beer, now thats something too

  3. Steffi says:

    amazing!

  4. George Johnson says:

    I’d love to buy some of those. But I bet I can’t afford it. That’s some fantastic work.

  5. Norbert Stumpf says:

    Diese Geduld!!!

  6. Johan says:

    The gangster Tommy gun usually had a drum magazine like the PPS-41. The Tommy gun depicted here was like the type used in WWII by the American forces.

    Amazing work!

  7. testicules says:

    Where can I buy one?

  8. ao says:

    Russians DIY craftmanship is just incredible. One can understand why the Soviet generation perfected such skills since there was not a variety of products available, one had to do it by oneself. Wonder if such skills are still present in the new Russian generation under capitalism?

  9. studmuffin says:

    very amazing work, this required a lot of skill and patients, something that a lot of us do not have.

  10. CmS says:

    do they fire?

  11. Mark says:

    Would like to know prices, and buy one if possible..

  12. revjen45 says:

    Having worked as a gunsmith and a Manufacturing Engineer for machined parts for airliners, I have some idea what is involved and am astounded by the skill and craftsmanship of Mr. Perfiliev.

  13. ron says:

    Very skilled craftsman!!!!!

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