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Web Gun Catches Thieves Just Like Flies

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Why should cops need to zap suspects with dangerous Tazers when they could just catch fleeing criminals using a powerful Spiderman-like web-slinging device instead?

net gun

The NET-2000 Shooting Net Rod uses a charge of highly compressed air to fire a net at fleeing suspects from as far as 49 feet away.

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While it doesn’t spin a web of just any old size, it does fire a huge 52 square foot net made of high strength Nylon fiber. While the device may look like an innocuous flashlight when not in use, it sure packs a wallop when fired up.

net gun detail

In addition to law enforcement use, its designed for animal catchers to use in place of traditional manual nets. Importer Chinagrabber is selling the devices for just $419 a piece, but I’d suggest that you check with your local police department before you try to catch stray alley cats with one of these.





Comments (10):

  1. JP says:

    THEY SHOULD CALL IT THE WEB SLINGER!!!

  2. Zrak says:

    i wonder if you could use this thing for fishing? :P

  3. charelle says:

    kool pixs they are awsome

  4. Brady Wilton says:

    Hi I was wondering if I bought this off of chinagrabber.com if there is anything else I would need to purchase like a recharger or extra nets or anything like that?

    Thanks,

    Brady

  5. antonio says:

    $420 no 649.99 se puede pedir la de 420$

  6. tom weiss says:

    how can i git more info and how can i buy it

  7. net launcher says:

    hey, I bought mine from a guy in Denver http://www.net-guns.com

  8. Ehsan says:

    its very nice,how cani i buy it.

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