I see there’s a renewed fervor for the theory that Revolver is related to Yusaku.
And the basis of it is that scene confirming that Revolver is doing everything at his father’s request, thus leading credence to the idea that our current Revolver and the one we saw almost destroying the Cyberse are two different people. So the thinking is, the Revolver from five years ago was the father, and ‘our’ Revolver is his son. They’re just using the same account/avatar to keep up appearances.
But if this is true, and he winds up being Yusaku’s older brother/twin?
That means that the original head of the Knights of Hanoi is Yusaku’s father.
This is the RSh-12 and it is the most powerful production revolver in the world. Pretty hard to find anything on this revolver. The RSh-12 fires a 12.7x55mm round. The revolver can fire both the supersonic rounds (ASh-12) and the subsonic “sniper” rounds (VKS and MC-558). The supersonic 12.7x55mm round is claimed to be almost 50% more powerful than the .500 S&W Magnum (12.7x41mm).
Designed by Igor Stechkin, manufactured by the KBP Instrument Design Bureau c.2002-today. 7.62×42 mm SP-4 five-round moon clips, swing-out cylinder, six o’clock barrel, integral laser sight, double action, manual safety. A very interesting design brought to us by the Stechkin automatic pistol guy, the OTs-38 was developed from an earlier model designed for Vietnam tunnel rats, which fired tungsten birdshot rounds for some reason. This revolver’s rounds are only similar in that they are completely silent, using a low amount of gunpowder located behind a piston inside the case, meaning no gas is actually released when firing the gun, producing no sound or muzzle flash. The gun itself being a revolver also means no spent cartridges can be heard dropping on the floor.
Please Please Me:
you're cool and care about your hairdo, but you've got a softer side. you giggle when boys look at you from across the room.
With the Beatles:
you really like the Beatles, but for some reason you don't wanna hear them do their own songs. but you really, really like the Beatles.
A Hard Day's Night:
nobody really knows the real you. they think you're a suave, energetic socialite. deep down, you're a farm hand with a piece of wheat sticking out of your mouth, trying not to cry. you can cry if you want. it's okay to cry.
Beatles for Sale:
you think your friends all secretly hate you, and you think strangers all secretly love you. also, George is your favorite Beatle and you like hearing Paul scream.
you really like ironic humor and feeling sorry for yourself, and you think people would be happier without you in the picture. you need to understand people care about you, and you should learn to like yourself. but proposing to a girl in a jumping 12 bar is wrong. don't do that.
when people ask you what kind of music you listen to, you say you like all different kinds.
crawling into bed, you're half asleep before you remember to set your alarm. you do it with one eye open.
people say you're really together, but you know you're not. you wonder why people think you're seamless. you have so many seams. it seems they don't see your seams.
Magical Mystery Tour:
your parents fought a lot in front of you. i'm sorry.
The White Album:
you're greedy and like the blues.
this album says a lot more about you than i have room to type about sorry you can pm me
you won't stop trying until you're sitting at the top in a gold encrusted throne made of the skulls of your enemies and the good wishes of your friends. you don't know how to rap.
Let It Be:
you think you have an intimate relationship with somewhere between 1 and 4 of the Beatles in a way they'll never understand. you watch a movie again if it makes you cry.
Custom refinished “snake” gun from Colt’s popular but discontinued lineup of revolvers named after different snakes. Technically the Cobra was brought back in 2017 at SHOT Show but was a snub nosed .38 Special. The Python a .357 Magnum chambered revolver that can easily command anywhere from $2,000 to $10,000 depending on the configuration. (GRH)
Iconic American revolver that has been popular for generations, having been discontinued then brought back again several times. Often referred to as “The Gun that Won the West”, it has formed a massive collector following. Available in many different barrel lengths, calibers and finishes, the SAA can be a daunting choice for a single firearm focused collector. (GRH)