Video: Kitty Cornershot Hides Rifle Inside Plush Cat

Discovery's "Future Weapons" had a segment on the "Kitty Cornershot," a modification to the standard Cornershot—a rifle that can snipe around corners—that disguises the muzzle of the gun inside a sweet little plush kitty. Never trust stray cats again. (Disclosure: I am a field correspondent for Discovery's Planet Green network.) (Thanks, Sebastard!)
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11 Responses to Video: Kitty Cornershot Hides Rifle Inside Plush Cat

  1. Big Dave Diode says:

    My five-year-old has the exact same kitty! Thankfully, she does not also have an assault rifle, so we’re safe for now.

  2. toxonix says:

    Right around 0:25 the Ex-USN Seal guy puts teh kitteh-covered barrel right in his own face. I don’t care if the other dude DID just open the bolt, I’d never stick a barrel in my face or anyone else’s. Whatta jackass.

  3. SC_Wolf says:

    I CAN HAS 7.62MM AMMO?

  4. Jake0748 says:

    Now I’m going to be scared every time I see our cat coming around a corner.

  5. Tits McGee says:

    I’m going to go curl up into a ball and cry now.

  6. ribex says:

    That was terrible, when the stuffing started coming out of Kitty’s head. Coupled with the recoil, I’m ROFLMAO. I may look at my cat twice next time he’s got a hairball.

  7. corvidae says:

    And when children come up to play with it?

  8. wastrel says:

    You said you weren’t going to post any April fools.

  9. betterburnout says:

    It is sad to find ” rifles ” in a ” gadget “‘s category. / And most of all to see humans having jokes about those killing machines. / We”re better than that. / I do hope.

  10. jccalhoun says:

    Someone in the military has been playing Postal 2

  11. License Farm says:

    I’m reminded of the scene in Full Metal Jacket when the company leader is taken out in the fallen city by a mortar tied to a teddy bear. They say all is fair in love and war, but when you mix the two I say that’s dirty pool.

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