Gatling Guns have been with us for over 100 years now. While calibres have changed, ammunition has been improved, and motors (first steam, now electric) have been added, they are still Richard Gatlings' basic multibarrel weapon. They've served in America, Africa, Asia and Europe and evolved from horse drawn weapon to airborne. As part of our nation's firearms heritage, they, alongside with the flintlock rifle, have earned their rightful place in everybody's (non-felon of course) home. Provided we don't motorized it ourselves, there isn't any legal restriction which I'm aware of.
[This message has been edited by 4V50 Gary (edited 01-12-99).]