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Underground Gun Making Industry in the Philippines (27 pics)

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It all began during World War II when gunmakers in the town of Danao supplied guerillas with weapons against the Japanese. Now 10,000 of Danao's 100,000 residents are involved in the industry. Replicas of M-16, AK-47, Uzi and Ingram sub-machine guns are the most popular firearms. The weapons are later sold to local customers,politicians, military personnel and ordinary civilians. For example, a revolver maybe sold for $ 80 which is already equivalent to a few weeks' wages. They are also very popular among Japanese Yakuza and Chinese mafia.

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№1 Author: daniela23 (20 Sep 2010 04:16) Total user comments: 107


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Not Bad...they all look pretty damn threatning.
Looks like the U.S. has outsourced its handgun production to the Philippines 08
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№2 Author: mahedi (20 Sep 2010 09:45) Total user comments: 10760


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№3 Author: raymond.wendt (20 Sep 2010 10:24) Total user comments: 9111


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hmmmm, wonder if they do custom work... 32
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№4 Author: Slugsie (20 Sep 2010 10:59) Total user comments: 1315


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I wonder if any of these weapons are actually safe - for the person behind them not the one in front?
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№5 Author: galz (20 Sep 2010 11:59) Total user comments: 2043


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№6 Author: TonyEffinDanza (20 Sep 2010 14:58) Total user comments: 48


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are they built to the same specs as the real thing? For instace, does an uzi mag made by the IMF fit in one of these uzis?

If so I'm going to the Philippines.
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№7 Author: 2fuzzy (20 Sep 2010 15:03) Total user comments: 10400


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Interesting. Would love to see some of them first hand.
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№8 Author: Lu (20 Sep 2010 22:10) Total user comments: 14851


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Ja, love to go there and check them out close.
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№9 Author: spideyman1 (21 Sep 2010 21:49) Total user comments: 1


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these guns are extremely dangerous as they are only made to look like legit guns. they do not even remotely have the same internal tolerances and will probably blow up after just a few shots
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№10 Author: adzhoe (22 Sep 2010 04:05) Total user comments: 14959


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Quality looks a little primitive (as well as the manufacturing) and the finish on those handguns doesn't look so good.
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№11 Author: vince1987 (23 Sep 2010 04:40) Total user comments: 1


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These guns are actually good. Bought one their Colt 45 and works perfectly. A lot of people use these guns since it's cheap and it has a good quality.

raymond.wendt,
Yup, they actually do..hehhe


Slugsie,
Yup, they are safe for the person behind the gun. It's a sad thing but most of the guns for hire here use these guns. Not to mention accurate.
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№12 Author: impurdemi (2 Nov 2011 23:03) Total user comments: 2


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Who started this forum? I would like to express my congratulations
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№13 Author: Obrien Jamas (3 May 2013 17:18) Total user comments: 0


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Got directed to this site from another where they were complaining about the primitive methods... Gotta say, if these were pictures of old guys making guns in a barn in the US, the same people would probably call it old school ingenuity and only judge the guns on the finished product... If they function as intended and are priced to the level of their quality, then should be no problem.
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