You catch Pokémon with your phone? Pfft! This guy catches them by shooting them with a pumpgun. By this guy, I mean Joerg Sprave, owner of The Slingshot Channel. He created an awesome Pokémon pumpgun for real life Pokémon hunting.
If you own a gun, safety should be a priority. One of the latest efforts to improve gun safety comes from Israeli startup ZØRE. The ZØRE X gun lock provides access to a firearm using a personalized pin code.
Drake Anthony aka “styropyro“ is truly a mad scientist. Why you ask? Because he recently created a 200-watt laser bazooka. Just to give you an idea of the power that he is harnessing, a typical laser pointer is .005 watts, and even the most most powerful handheld lasers out there are just 3.5 watts.
I’ve been involved in enough NERF wars to know you want to protect two specific parts of your body… or technically four. You protect your eyes and your balls. Everything else can take a hit with no ill effects.
The blacksmiths of Baltimore Knife & Sword always do an amazing job forging fantasy weapons for Man at Arms Reforged, but they have really outdone themselves this time. This latest sword is just perfection. The team created a recreation of Voltron’s blazing sword, and it really ignites!
I’m gonna say right off the bat here, that yes, this Playstation VR aim controller is the ugliest peripheral you have ever seen. However, in VR you won’t even have to look at it, since you will be busy with the virtual world you’re playing in.
LEGO geeks that have the ability to build real-world things based on video game objects always impress me. The best I could ever do on LEGO construction was build things from the box images that weren’t described in the instructions.
Growing up, my brother was a nervous sort and you could freak him out easily with just about any toy that moved on its own. I’m pretty sure it had to do with the flick Child’s Play that we stayed up and watched late one night or maybe Maximum Overdrive, where everything wanted to kill you.
Last year, we checked out a lightsaber replica that used a stream of flammable liquid as a substitute for the blade. The Hacksmith had a similar idea for a real life version of Psylocke’s psi-blade. But because Betsy’s blade is wider and wilder than the Jedi weapon, its maker opted to engulf a katana in flames.
One of YouTube’s star makers NightHawkInLight made a gun that fires cheese balls using an electric leaf blower, several PVC pipes and a large cheese ball container.
It’s a fairly simple toy, but building it isn’t as straightforward as you might think.
LEGO enthusiast Nick Brick made this formidable life-size replica of the M41 SPNKR, one of the classic weapons from the Halo franchise. Just look at it. You don’t even need to know a thing about Halo to love it.
This gaming mod is called the Painsaw for obvious reasons. It is made to look like a blood-spattered chainsaw from Doom, but it’s more than just a prop. It actually plays the classic science fiction horror FPS.
LEGO weaponsmith MyDifferentUserName made a life-size replica of the KRM-262, the powerful futuristic shotgun from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. It’s moving parts will one-hit kill you with their awesomeness.
The replica has a folding stock, a pumpable hand grip and plates that move outward to make way for the barrel, which has room for a (LEGO) shell.
When playing paintball it’s always good to have a backup pistol for when your primary gun runs out of ammo. I recommend a double-barreled pistol like the Goblin Deuce.
It basically doubles your paintball firepower and increases your chances of survival, while increasing the pain that others will suffer.
I spent many an hour playing Doom back in the day and anyone who did will have memories of the BFG 9000. That was the gun you wanted when things got really bad. YouTuber ZaziNombies has created an approximation of the ridiculously oversized weapon using the greatest and geekiest of all building materials – LEGO.
The original NES Zapper is one of the most iconic video game controllers of all time. At best, it was great fun, and at worst it was a source of frustration. The most damage you could do with one was maybe throw it across the room at your kid brother – until now.