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Buy Pen Gun Pistol online We are offering for a sale a very scarce R J Braverman STINGER Folding Pen Gun chambered in .22LR caliber. This stainless pen remains in excellent, fully functioning condition and has original nylon weave pouch and comes with Its Case
2” barrel is excellent, marked “22 L R”. The bore remains bright and shiny with crisp rifling. The gun folds to make a handle. The trigger functions flawlessly. The body of the “pen” is marked “R J BRAVERMEN CORP / MEREDITH N H”. This gun has serial number B0010XX. Original “Stinger” marked nylon pouch is excellent without wear.
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The Stinger must be folded before it can be fired. It folds to form a “handle” to grip and even a little trigger drops down. Stinger manual also include.
A Pen gun is a firearm that resembles an ink pen. They generally are of small caliber (e.g., .22 LR, .25 ACP, .32 ACP, .38-caliber, etc.) and are single shot. Early examples of pen guns were pinfired, but modern designs are rim or centerfire. Some pen guns are not designed to fire regular cartridges, but rather blank cartridges, signal flares or tear gas cartridges.
In the United States, pen guns that can fire bullet or shot cartridges and do not require a reconfiguration to fire (e.g., folding to the shape of a pistol) are federally regulated as an Any Other Weapon
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Would-be pen gun owners who don’t want to become stamp collectors rejoiced in the 1990s with the work of Robert J. Braverman of Marblehead, Massachusetts. In 1990 and 91, Braverman filed a series of patents on pen guns that, importantly, ditched the NFA-regulated straight-axle design that came before it for one that converted to the profile of a traditional handgun with the single-shot pistol’s grip at an angle to the barrel. This could be transferred like any normal pistol.
In 1995, the R.J. Braverman Corp of Meredith, New Hampshire began marketing the gun as the Stinger, complete with full stainless-steel construction, a knurled barrel ring, swiveling safety, and pocket clip. Naturally, the pistol was reviewed at the time by the famed Peter G. Kokalis in Soldier of Fortune. There was even an impractical Pen Gun Carbine, complete with a wholly comical scope mount. Like the initial attempt, the Stingers were only in production for a short run, closing down in 1997.