EAGLET-2 MODEL-A CENTERFIRE PISTOL
The Eaglet-2 Model-A Centerfire Pistol is a new and innovative mini pistol designed by Ron Phillips and made by his company Charleston Mini Gun Works LLC in Charleston, SC.
Neither firearm nor toy, it is a mini pistol of steel which resembles a 9mm Luger in certain respects and produces a heck of a bang with an accompanying flash from an explosive action that passes out of the muzzle end of its barrel while uniquely preventing the expelling of a projectile. It thus sounds like a gunshot but there is no expelling of a projectile. And it has been ruled by the U.S. Department of Justice as a non-firearm which cannot be readily converted into a firearm.
The precision-machined steel pistol is also a collectible display piece. As well as providing for many harmless uses including celebrating Independence Day, New Year’s Eve, as a starter gun, signaling, and warding off home invaders and persons threatening harm.
- Eaglet-2 Model-A Centerfire Pistol: 5.25 long,3.75” high, 7.3 ounces
- The pistol's explosive action is by firing the low-cost and easy to handle “209 shotshell primers”. Made by Remington, Winchester, Federal, CCI and others and available at gun shops and online.
- Each pistol is custom engraved to include its identity, maker, and individual serial number.
- Each pistol comes with a custom wood case also designed by Ron Phillips. The case is made of the same beautiful centuries-old rosewood as the pistol’s wood grips. And twin American Bald Eagles, Phillips Mini Guns, and Charleston Mini Gun Works are engraved in its hinged lid.
NOTE: Sales and shipping are limited to in the U.S. The pistol is not subject to firearm regulations and consideration needs to be given to any applicable noise-abatement restrictions.