Category Archives: guns
From the Cincinatti Inquirer: A clerk at the Apple Store in Kenwood Towne Centre kept a cool head when a customer reportedly took his frustration with his iPhone too far. Hamilton County sheriff’s deputies say Donald Goodrich, 38, took his … Continue reading
CrackShot’s Snakeguardz are $70 gaiters made from tough, 1000-Denier nylon. They not only keep snakes from slithering up your pant legs, but prevent bites. Cool stuff, but even cooler is the fact Ben Meadows says the gaiters are “strong enough … Continue reading
From Japan Probe.
David Hambling: Special Forces also funded the development of another technology by Polyshok Inc., known as the Impact Reactive Projectile. The firm says this 12-gauge ammunition solid slug acts as a liquid. Unlike other projectiles, it will not over penetrate … Continue reading
Danger Room‘s Nathan Hodge, while talking about a Mexican drug cartel’s improvised .50-caliber machine gun to be bolted to a pick-up, uses this new-to-me terminology: “technical“—an improvised fighting vehicle of the kind favored by Somali warlords and developing-world armies.” Previously … Continue reading
David Hambling explains the “VVWS”, the “Variable Velocity Weapon System” from toy design firm Lund & Company that can fire either lethal bullets or low-velocity, non-lethal rounds: The version of the VVWS currently being developed would be a purely non-lethal … Continue reading
Those black SUVs that travel with a presidential motorcade? They very well may have a 7.62mm minigun inside.
Click for full-size image. (I’m actually a rather big fan of gun ownership, but I’m amused at the dire, apocalyptic overtone to this newspaper ad. Democrats are coming for your guns! Buy gold! Sell gold! While you can!)
Here’s viral marketing I can get behind: The people at ManaPotions.com took time from styling their hair to modify a NERF chaingun to shoot 500 rounds per minute. They write: We gave 4 times the standard voltage to one of … Continue reading
Alexander Reh’s Fully Loaded Chair is composed of a solid steel frame stuffed to the bore with 12-gauge shotgun shells. I like the thoughtful design: notice that the payload points away from the sitter. You can be confident in haphazardly … Continue reading