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18 years of Tromix Prototypes/Projects and Misc Junk (Pics)

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The Legendary Siamese 16.

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Pimped out 50AE AR-15.

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One of six 44 Remington Magnums produced. The only rifle to leave Tromix with an optic in place.

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Over Under SBS

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Prototype #1, AR-15 Chambered in 44 Rem Mag. Currently owned by George Rumore.

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Prototype AK Target Rifle, Fully floated Pac-Nor Stainless Super Match Barrel, .223

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Coach Gun with twin Shark Brakes.

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Suppressed 8" Saiga.

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The only Tromix designed suppressed .458 SOCOM to leave the shop.

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My buddy Eric with the Tromix M60 Predator Pack.

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The very first pic of the prototype .458 SOCOM. It had never been seen until I posted this pic. Feb of '01 I believe.

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.458 SOCOM AK-47

 

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Select Fire Tromix USAS-12 Lower Receiver, Complete with Tromix FCG.

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.444 Marlin AK-47

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.458 SOCOM-R Encore. I believe the only rimmed .458 SOCOM ever built.

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50 BMG Zip Gun.

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Suppressed Saiga 8"

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6" Saiga "BodyGuard" Only two were ever built.  One with a folding stock and one quick detach.

 

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M1 Carbine converted to 10mm Magnum, currently owned by George Rumore.

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Tromix Saiga 30'06.

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Post-Ban straight pull bolt action pistol, S/N TR-0010. The only Tromix Pistol ever produced.

 

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Tromix 50AE rifle posing for a Shotgun News Ad back in 2000.

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Pachmyer Dominator, rebarreled in 204 Ruger.

 

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Tromix .440 Corbon Barrel for a Mark V LAR Grizzly.

 

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Muzzleloading AR-15

 

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M1 Carbine chambered in 502 Thunder Sabre.

 

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Prototype Mega-14 Chambered in .458 SOCOM.

 

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Valmet Beta-C Feedstack.

 

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Cover of Small Caliber News with Tromix 20 Tactical AR on the cover.

 

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11 inch AR-15, .223.

 

 

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AR chambered in .338x39

 

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AR Chambered in .440 Corbon. I made about a dozen in 440CB.

 

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I used to sell these Beta-C feedstack kits so guys could make their own feed towers for any .223 rifle.

 

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Super Light 3.5 pound Carbon Fiber AR chambered in 17 Mach IV. .375 OD barrel. Shot MOA.

 

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Various suppressed junk.

 

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Yellow AR chambered in 20 Tactical.

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#1 Prototype AK chambered in .458 SOCOM. Yeah, I know...kinda pieced together.

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First production run of .458 SOCOM brass, straight walled. I had to buy them all to get the .458 SOCOM off the ground.

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.375/444 Marlin AK-47 Prototype

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Prototype .458 SOCOM Sig 556 Classic rifle

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Tromix Saiga Slug Gun with rifled Pac-Nor barrel.
 

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The very first Saiga I ever built. 12" prototype. I know...it looks like shit. Later reconfigured to look a bit more refined.

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Remington Model 11. 12" barrel, shortened magazine tube and forend.

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Trimese-16 built before the filming of the Sons of Guns episode. I built it first to make sure it was doable, before we built the one for the show. The "T" configuration proved the easiest to make. I also built the gun in various "Y" configurations as well, but discarded them as too time consuming to build. Then Will decided the "Y" looks better on film, so we end up building that complete goat fuck on the show. It looked cool, but it was a nightmare to build it like that.

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Sig 556XI Chambered in .458 SOCOM.

 

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Let's not forget the world's first MKA SBS...

 

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The tiny "kiss-can" silencer

 

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The prototype S12's for the FBI Hostage Rescue Team

 

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Winchester 88 rebarreled to 22-250 Ackley Improved.  The 22-250 was never offered in the 88

 

 

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AR-15 chambered in 375 Auto Mag

 

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Mosin Nagant chambered in 500 Smith & Wesson

 

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33" barrel .375 SOCOM.  Tossed a 200gr bullet over 2800fps.

 

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Smith 3913 modified to fire .357 Sig.  Magazine holds 7 rounds.  The 3913 was only offered in 9mm by Smith and Wesson.

 

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The only one that made me ask "But WHY???!" was the .500 S&W Mosin-Nagant.

 

Was this made as a joke or a customer request?

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