Tippmann’s New Belt-Fed .22LR Gatling Gun! — NRA 2023

Walking the show at NRA 2023, we came across Tippmann Ordnance’s all-new, six-barrel, belt-fed Gatling gun chambered in .22LR!

The good news? It looks like more fun than a barrel of monkeys.

The bad news? It retails for $4,500.

Tippmann's new .22LR Gatling gun.
Six barrels of fun!

Yes, I know, that’s a bit steep for most of us. However, if you do have the coinage to lay down you won’t need a tax stamp as it doesn’t fall under NFA regs. All you need is an FFL to complete the transfer!


  • Caliber…………………22LR
  • Action…………………Hand Crank
  • Barrel Length………..8.5″
  • Magazines……………50 or 100 round belt
  • Weight………………..15 lbs.
  • Price……………………$4,500
Tippmann's new .22LR Gatling gun.
A look at the proprietary belt.

If you watch the video, you’ll see just how cool of a design this Gatling gun is. The belts are proprietary and user-linkable. In other words, you can take a 50-round belt and link it to another 50-round belt to create a 100-round belt!

It’s also super easy to load the belts with .22LR. In fact, Mr. Tippmann believes it’s easier than loading a standard magazine!

Tippmann Ordnance's.22LR Gatling gun
MSRP is a staggering $4,500.

Obviously, we’d love to get our hands on one, ASAP. Fingers crossed we can make that happen. Stay tuned.

In the meantime, visit TippmannOrdnance.com to learn more.

Tippmann Ordnance's.22LR Gatling gun
Comes with an adjustable tripod.

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  • Slim May 13, 2023, 1:02 am

    Finally a well put figure… a staggering $4,500 price tag! Need anyone say more for a 22LR…. 22LR. Smallest rounds used today sort of(really only for plinking unless you eat squirrel’s… tree rat’s)and who’d pay $5,000 grand in the end with shipping and taxes if not more and you get a gun that shoots slower than I’d bet my life in this I can pull my triggers by hand(finger)and unleash any caliber gun I have to choose. FYI… these have been made for a long time and sure I still have old chewier than dirt mags that have this same thing for like three or four HUNDRED bucks. FYI… if you live in lame Florida these are illegal here… check the laws and you’ll find out. I now this because I thought about buying the cheap/realistically priced version from CTD and found the laws at the time has just been changed(around 10 years ago)and found there was some stupid thing that disqualified Floridians from owning it due to the new laws that were passed(was when they tried to ban high cap mags or as normal people call them standard capacity mags, think maybe Assault Rifles, and in the end only won no binary triggers here anymore and some BS wording or if my memories correct they out right listed Gatling guns as I think that was it). Good luck to this company, hope they sell more than these way over priced tiny caliber Gatling gun if they like money and their business!

  • Chris April 25, 2023, 8:06 am

    Yes, I would love to have one! The price is a little steep so I’ll pass. Incidentally, this is not the first Gattlin type gun around. In response to Thomas, in the early 2000’s a kit came out that used two Ruger 10/22’s. They ran about $450.00. I,m not positive but I think Atlantic Arms had one for sale for $50,000 in a much larger caliber!

  • J.D.Smith April 25, 2023, 1:20 am

    I think they already have one in 9MM don’t they? Don’t know what the price is on that one. I’ll bet it’s close to the .22LR which sure ain’t cheap and just imagine the ammo bill. Still…….

  • Jon Leone April 24, 2023, 8:22 pm

    Please make this in a 556 or 762 and i will gladly buy one.

  • Chris Baker April 24, 2023, 3:31 pm

    If I had $4500 to spare, no matter how cool that mini gatling is, I wouldn’t buy one. I’d get a gear vendors overdrive and a Tru-Trac limited slip differential for my pickup

  • Mike in a Truck April 24, 2023, 1:57 pm

    I. Must. Have . One.

  • Thomas Reigle April 24, 2023, 11:51 am

    Yeah, a whole barrel o’ monkeys worth of “FUN!”. WTF was Tippman thinking??? WTF were YOU thinking in publishing this type of firearm on worldwide internet for the entire UNIVERSE to SEE and begin altering the idea for other than the “MONKEYS” for their own NEFARIOUS USE?? Pull your heads out of your A$$es just long enough to take a RATIONAL look at what this could lead us to if this type of “fun machine” is turned loose on the world stage in this day and age!!
    Man, I will catch some FLACK from this one but, as an avid outdoorsman for as long as I have been walking on this earth [80 yrs. and counting] and an avid firearms owner since my 1st .22 LR was given to me at the age of 9 yrs. by my father along with the training I needed to be a responsible gun owner, I was absolutely SHOCKED and AMAZED that anyone would EVER consider actually putting one of these shooters on the retail market at ANY PRICE!! How may people reading this column, gun owners and residents of this great land, with all of the present controversy with the 2nd Amendment and all of these Socialistic nut cases who would rip every firearm including Daisy BB guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens, would think about actually feeding these gun abolitionists with MORE FODDER for their quest to make us a genuine Socialistic republic, with no rights whatsoever!!!!! I will lay odds right now that once these get on the market someone will figure out a way to build an illegal copy of this gun in whatever caliber they choose to make for just one more brick in the wall of stripping our rights from our grasp!!
    I cannot fathom such a machine being touted by any of the firearms advocates and pray that someone comes to their senses before this gets too far out of hand to nip it in the bud and stop this nonsense! Amen and AMEN!

    • Hondo April 25, 2023, 7:08 am

      Don’t be a stick in the mud Tom, thing looks like it would some expensive fun.

    • Heavyguns31 April 25, 2023, 8:19 am

      Calm down Tom. I’ll venture to say you will NEVER see one of these used in a crime…why lug around a heavy, ridiculously expensive 22 on wheels?? Furthermore it wouldn’t matter if we were reduced to flintlocks, they left would be after those too. With attitudes like yours the left has been chipping away at our rights bit by tiny bit…and people with your attitude is the reason why they are getting away with it. We must have an absolute ZERO tolerance for ANYTHING being taken from us. It’s already gone to stupid, too far. If evil masterminds wanted to recreate a civil war Era design to further their endeavors, they’ve had since the Civil War to do it….doesn’t seem like gang bangers, home invaders, mass shooters or the cartels or your regular Joe Street thug are really on that route now does it?? I mean they’ve had 160’ish years to build one….. Jeez.

      • Mark April 28, 2023, 8:33 am

        What difference does THAT make? Look at the 50BMG. Several thousand for the rifle — what, four or five bucks a shot for the ammunition? I’ve NEVER heard of ANY crime being committed with one, but the banners are always out there decrying it and trying to ban it — successfully in some cases. OMG, it’s too big for our streets. Never mind that they never see the street, only the range with the most affluent owners. For gun banners, it’s Don’t bother me with Facts, I’m busy with my FEELINGS (which are more important — and likely stupider — than anybody else’s).

        While I’m not entirely in agreement with Tom, I do see his point. This is a silly toy, but it does provide political fodder for the would be tyrants in DC (and Sacramento, and Columbus, and Albany, and Atlanta and . . . well, you get the picture).

      • Robert Vanhorn August 21, 2023, 5:06 pm

        I concur

  • James Spangler April 24, 2023, 10:09 am

    If only Elmer Fudd had one of these, cartoons would be very different today. 🤔

    • Chris Baker April 24, 2023, 3:33 pm

      There would be holes in everything except Bugs Bunny.

  • roger d April 24, 2023, 10:04 am

    I would have to attach my cordless drill to the crank handle.

    • roger d April 24, 2023, 10:07 am

      Edit: Cranks handle shaft

    • Chris Baker April 24, 2023, 3:29 pm

      That would make it a machine gun legally and you could very well go to jail for that modification.

      • Hondo April 28, 2023, 7:36 am

        Booo! Captain killjoy.

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