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People really experimented with what a gun could be. Some were more useful than others. Gun axes were actually in use for long enough that they must have been useful.

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It is.
Sword (or axe) pistols have been a thing for centuries. They even had wheellock versions, the absolute madmen.

The history of firearms is full of stange models and ideas, it's pretty neat.
Like early flintlock machine guns, pistol forks, duck guns, belt buckle guns, or knife-brass knuckles-revolver combos.

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>When DM won't let me have muh gun axe

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