The Rarest Guns You Can’t Have

If you’re into guns, chances are that you’re also in to rare guns. That’s exactly what this infographic below hits on. Guns can be considered rare for all sorts of reasons and most of us gun enthusiasts have a mental checklist of the rare guns we have had the chance to fire. Let us know if you’ve ever gotten a look at, or fired any of the guns in our list below. We’d love to hear about your experience in the comments, and also any guns you think should be added to the list in the future.

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22 Responses to The Rarest Guns You Can’t Have

  1. Ben says:

    The other collector of the WA 2000 rifle is Hitman aka. 47

  2. Jared says:

    A.K.A Call of Duty Guns.

  3. Jake says:

    Funny thing is, me and my dad bought an autommag together. It is extremely fun to shoot, it has some pretty good recoil for it’s size, but it jams like every 3 rounds 🙁

  4. Steve says:

    Very interesting! There’s one I’d like to share, though perhaps you’re already aware of it: it was a unique side-arm issued to German officers of certain positions. When I first saw one, it was described to me as a “command post officer’s pocket-gun”. It was rather small and narrow, about the size of a billfold, and what looked to be about .25 caliber. What made it unusual to me was the magazine, a stack of a half-dozen or more barrels that would move up by one position when the gun was fired. It appeared small enough to be overlooked in a quick search, and seemed as if it may have been intended for use by a post commander to prevent his subordinates or himself from being taken captive. The gun I saw had been stamped with the nazi swastika and eagle. I only wish I still had the photo.

  5. tim says:

    I former member of the 5th special forces the china lake grenda launcher was a very good weapon you had to carry extra ammo but it would save your butt. we carried as and extra weapon. I was in LOAS in 1960.

  6. Dave says:

    I had a Calico back in the mid-ninety’s, got rid of it because it was just a piece of crap

  7. db says:

    I owned a Calico M950. It was FUN to shoot……sold it to a guy that had two others…he uses them as go-to guns in his jewelry store.

    This is a good “what’s your favorite” topic of conversation though…


  8. d says:

    Most of the weapons I recognize from Delta Force, a PC game.

    • foose says:

      Haha, yeah those were some pretty great games back in the day when I was playing em on my 633mhz compaq. They also had one of the best (simplest) map generators in its day to play around with.

  9. mrshofer says:

    i couldent help but notice that 4 of these are in call of duty

  10. rod says:

    Call of duty… they just don’t ever seem to get it.

    Anyways, I have seen a few calicos for sale at gun shows, and I have seen a metaba for sale a year or two ago.

    this was an interesting list

  11. Bill G says:

    It’s nothing I’ve ever seen, let alone fired, but the Gyrojet pistols would be an interesting addition as being rare and some classed as “Dangerous devices”.

  12. Cj says:

    Cailber Or how ever you spell it. Liken was shot by a similar gun like this. Its most possible that it can be the most smallest gun too

  13. Zaphod says:

    The Automag design was purchased by Wildey and is still in production and very much available. The Calico family of weapons is still quite easily available, though I’m not certain if production is still occurring. Matebas are less common today, but you can still find many just on gunbroker. They’re pricey, but available.

  14. C says:

    Correction. The ‘China Lake Grenade Launcher’. No more than *7* are known to be in existence, because I have one.

  15. Safam says:

    the grenade launcher is also found at left for dead 2

  16. M. Lopez says:

    my uncle has the calico. fun to shoot

  17. connor says:

    Franchi Spas-12 AMT Hardballer Longslide

  18. Heath Grissom says:

    I have what I consider a rare firearm. It’s an Obrien 17 magnum which is a 17-222M never been fired best I can tell with engraving 24k gold done by Joe Condon Also known as engraver to the stars he was Elvis priestly’s engraver I want to trade this gun for another specific firearm. You can reach me at 812-653-5754. Thank you

  19. The Professor says:

    The write up on the Calico M950 pistol is incorrect in that there is a remaining round indicator sightglass on the top of the 50 and 100 round helical feed magazines. Also, if you have the Calico fast loader, you can plop your 50 round ammo box into the loader, close the lid, and crank all 50 bullets into the magazine in a matter of seconds.