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As per Arsenal Firearms, their custom of building smaller working guns initially began in 1810 under the support of the Russian Tsars. These half-scale or littler guns were superbly fit for being shot, and were regularly viewed as the very apex of a gunsmith’s capacity. Obviously, similar to a fine watch with numerous unpredictable parts, these miniatures were difficult to fabricate and collect. Indeed, even those created by the devoted artisans at Arsenal face one major downside: there is no ammo intended to be let go out of these t guns. That is, at any rate until Larry Vickers of Vickers Tactical persuaded Arsenal to make a restricted measure of ammo for the miniatures. You can them being shot in the video above.