I finally found a short-barrel 1911 I would consider buying! M1911A1-Knuckles-1911-Pistol
Dillinger's Colt M1911 machine gun pistol. The Colt 1911 had seen many modifications over the past 100+ years, but one of the most interesting was by a quiet Texas gunsmith by the name of Hyman Lebman. His customers included the infamous gangsters John Dillinger and Baby Face Nelson, though this was unknown to him at the time, while his ingenious revisions to the classic handgun were equally dynamic.
Crazy P90 strike rail by Laylax
MTs-255 revolver shotgun was developed during early 2000s by Central Research and Design Bureau of Sporting and Hunting arms (TSKIB SOO), located in the city of Tula, Russia. Originally produced as a hunting / sporting gun in a number of calibers (12, 20 and .410 gauges) and configurations, it was also offered as a “tactical” weapon for Law Enforcement use, in 12 gauge and equipped with side-folding stock.
The Gun so Nice, You Fire it Twice. Well, that better way is finally here! European gun manufacturer Arsenal Firearms has produced the AF2011-A1 Double Barrel Pistol, designed to "commemorate the legendary Colt 1911-A1," the .45 that turned 100 last year. "I don't know what's more shocking: The fact that this was invented at all, or the fact that it wasn't invented in America."