Seeing duplex with the Gilboa Double Barrel AR (VIDEO)

The long-promised 11-pound twin-barreled AR from Silver Shadow has almost two of everything. First promised back in 2012, this very curious .223 salvo rifle was designed by Israeli firearms guru Amos Golan.

The Gilboa Snake mates two barrels in a single receiver that uses twin gas blocks and BCGs that eject spent brass in tandem via left and right-sided ports. There are two mag wells, as shown off in the above review from Kirsten Joy Weiss, and even two triggers. The only thing that comes solo on the rifle, which just entered production earlier this year, are the pistol grip, furniture, and sights.

Silver Shadow also makes the aptly named Corner Shot, a unique device that can shoot (wait for it) around corners.

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