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These Chairs Are Made from Real AK-47’s

by Conner Flynn
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Are you a crime lord looking for an awesome throne to run your empire from? Of course you are. So many crimes, so few good crime lord thrones. Well, this is a chair fit for Tony Montana or any other modern gangster; a chair made from real AK-47s. I call shotgun. Oh wait, that doesn’t work here. Sorry.

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These chairs were built by Austrian designer Rainer Weber. The rifles were made non-operational first, then welded together to form the chairs. That’s really disappointing, because imagine a chair that fires in all directions while you sit on it, bouncing around and going deaf. I think they really missed an opportunity here. Oh well.

If you are interested, you will have to contact Rainer for the price. They cost that much. Just figure out the cost of 6 AK-47’s and some animal print, then multiply that by “you can’t afford it” and you will get the figure.

[James Edition via Luxury Launches via Geekologie]



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