The lives of the rich and famous are not like our meager lives. The filthy rich light their cigars with cash. They have toilet paper rolls of thousand dollar bills in the bathroom. You know what else they do?
Sure, there are plenty of small pistols that are perfect for concealed carry. They have to be concealed so that people don’t get freaked out about people carrying guns in the open. The latest innovation in concealable pistols is the Ideal Conceal, a folding pistol that collapses to make it look like a regular smartphone.
Aspiring Enforcement officers and prejudiced people will soon be a step closer to role-playing as their favorite Psycho-Pass characters, thanks to Cerevo’s upcoming life-size replica of the Dominator. The toy pistol does its best to mimic the self-restrained gun’s bells and whistles.
Bitplay’s BANG! lamp adds a cool twist to remote control, but in my opinion its gimmick is not worth $400 (USD). If you have the tools, you might be better off copying Instructables member Austin aka austiwawa.
For whatever reason, there are barely any realistic gun controllers for first-person shooters. A Korean company called Uzbrainnet may have come up with a great alternative with the Rail Gun, a wireless controller designed to be attached to airsoft guns.
Win your next rubber band fight in style with this wooden rubber band gun from Elastic Precision. It’s modeled after the classic Walther PPK handgun, just like the one James Bond prefers.
What’s really cool is that this rubber band gun can be loaded up with five bands, and then fired semi-automatically when you pull the trigger:
Head on over to the Technabob Shop and grab the PPK Rubber Band Gun for just $24.99(USD).
Master LEGO MOCer ZaziNombies made a nearly life-size model of Telesto, one of the exotic weapons that you can get in Destiny‘s newest expansion, The Taken King.
ZaziNombies didn’t need to farm for purple engrams, but like most MOCs he had to get creative with many of the rifle’s 650 LEGO pieces, such as using a purple windshield for the holoscope and whips for the cables.
Kirby Downey loves to 3D print fictional weapons as a hobby. His latest work is a case for an automatic electric pistol in the form of Destiny‘s beloved hand cannon Thorn.
The case is based on Kirby’s life-size Thorn scale model, modified to fit the CYMA Glock 18C AEP.
Impress your party members with TriForce’s officially licensed life-size replica of the Scorpion, the powerful heavy pistol from Mass Effect 3 that lobs explosive goo. Just know that its price puts the salary in Salarian.
The replica is 14″ long and 8″ high and weighs a crazy 10 pounds because it’s cast in polystone.
Prop maker David of Naughty Zoot Design went all out when he made this replica of the Z-250 Light Rifle from Halo 4. Instead of relying on a paint job to get an authentic look, David used 14 gauge cold-rolled steel and copper to capture the weapon’s appearance.
Nintendo has released some odd and obscure accessories in the past – like the Game Boy Camera and Game Boy Printer, two accessories for Nintendo’s original 8-bit handheld. Now a Russian artist has hacked together a Game Boy-photo-gun-printer by mashing them all together.
If you are a big fan of Borderlands 2, you will surely recognize this weapon. What you see here is a full-scale replica of Miss Moxxi’s Bad Touch SMG from the game, perfectly sized perfectly for some serious cosplay.
TriForce’s officially licensed Halo 2: Anniversary Plasma Rifle full-size replicas are even more shiny and detailed than their re-mastered virtual counterparts. The replica comes in two variants: the original Plasma Rifle and the Brute Plasma Rifle.