Because terrible ideas come in all shapes, sizes, and price points, someone bought a $3,000 robot dog (knocked-off of Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini) on AliExpress, then went and strapped a Russian PP-19 Vityaz submachine gun to the top of it.
Look out, NERF, there’s a new weaponized foam launcher in town in the form of the Shelby Destroyer foam disc blaster. The gun is capable of firing six foam discs per second with a 120 round capacity, with both semi-automatic and fully-automatic capabilities.
A LEGO fanatic calling himself Nick Brick has taken Tracer’s pulse pistols right off the screen of Overwatch and made them into LEGO brick sculptures. The builds are very cool and look very much like the pistols Tracer uses in the game.
NERF is showing off an awesome new gun to fling foamy death at your friends. This time out it’s not darts that you shoot though. This thing shoots little foam balls at up to 102 feet per second, or about 70 mph.
Vitaly Kryuchin is the head of the Russian Federation of Practical Shooting. Apparently, he also loves music, so naturally he combined both to create one strange musical instrument.
Kryuchin built something he calls the Metallophon. It is basically made from different-sized sheets of metal, which each deliver a different tone when you strike them with a bullet.
Last year, Cabot Guns announced that they would releasing twin 1911 handguns made from a meteorite. They have made good on that promise, and created these guns made from the Gibeon meteorite that crashed on Earth approximately 4.5 billion year ago.
When military snipers need to take out targets at massive distances they often rely on the gigantic .50 caliber sniper rifle of the Barrett variety. This rifle can hit targets a mile or more away in the right hands.
A couple of months ago we saw a handgun that looks like an electric drill. Here’s the complete opposite, a electric screwdriver that looks like a handgun. Those poor shelves and cabinets won’t know what hit ’em.
I tried to avoid posting something Minecraft related because I just shared one the other day. The Internet is filled with many, none-Minecraft related, yet geeky treasures, but this is simply too mind-blowing not to share.