Tiny Working 2mm Pinfire Blunderbuss (VIDEO)

Holy crap! That thing’s so cute! Makes me want to draft a “Watership Down”-scale army.

Charleston Mini Gun Works is one of the many projects of Ron Phillips, a retired engineer, lawyer, and patent attorney. He not only makes mini pistols, but also designs and builds mini cars, mini battleships, mini cannons, and now he’s working on a mini rifle. He was gracious enough to let Guns.com into his workshop a couple years ago and tell us about the craft, the people, and of course, the guns of this mini world.

They’re not that expensive either, although (shocker) you can spend a lot if you want to.

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