The DroneGun Tactical is a jammer of sorts that can effectively disable drones within 0.6-miles, while also interrupting their video-stream, all without specialized training. Unlike its predecessor, this updated model can be used on more frequencies, use an optional GPS and offers GLONASS disruption capability. Unfortunately, the Tactical is banned from private citizen use in the USA, for now... Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing what it's like to pretend to live on Mars for 8-months.
Just a few days after being leaked, Elon Musk's "The Boring Company" has made their specially branded flamethrower available for pre-order, and at $500 instead of the original price of $600. "Fire extinguisher sold separately (for exorbitant amounts of money). Taxes and shipping will be added at checkout. Additional customs fees may apply for international orders because of laws. International customers can receive a full refund if not happy with said fees. Before shipping, aspiring flamethrower aficionados will be sent a terms and conditions rhyme for review and acceptance. Starts shipping in spring. May not be used on Boring Company decorative lacquered hay bales or Boring Company dockside munitions warehouses," according to the product page. Continue reading for another video and more information.
The Konishoruko Rokuoh-Sha Type 89 may look like a machine gun, but it's actually a functional camera that was used for military training exercises in World War II. These were mounted onto fighter planes to capture battles, or to be more specific, confirming kills for pilots as well as evaluating how accurate pilots are in training without using live rounds. "When the trigger is pulled, the camera runs, with footage being taken of what the gun is aimed at, as well as an optional stopwatch; after landing, the film can be analyzed by the trainers for proper lead and burst timing," according International Military Antiques. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of five Zippo camping gadgets you probably didn't know about.
Photographer Jason Siegel wanted to promote anti-violence, but in a unique way. So, he took some old equipment and transformed them into guns as well as other weapons of war using cameras, lenses, and accessories for his installation called "Shoot Portraits, Not People." According to the EVOKE Contemporary's Railyard gallery space: "Sniper rifles, Uzis, claymore mines and even a 1947 Willys Jeep...occupy the gallery in a jarring and immersive display of military paraphernalia. Upon closer inspection of this provocative exhibit, however, we find lenses disguised as grenades, photo winders in place of triggers and film canisters strung together as ammunition belt." Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of unbelievable science myths from the 1950s debunked.
Here's another look at SilencerCo's Maxim 9, the world's first integrally suppressed 9mm handgun. In other words, regardless of the specific 9x19mm load used, the company keeps the Maxim 9 hearing-safe (139 dB or below). It's available in both long or short configurations, uses standard Glock magazines, aftermarket sights, and features a 4.38-inch barrel surrounded by a unique baffle system. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
Tactical Walls appear to be normal shelves at first glance, but they're actually a secret safe for your firearm collection. When folded up, they're basically hardwood shelves great for holding your decorations, but once the two hidden locks are disengaged with supplied magnetic keys, there's plenty of room for your firearms in the form of a medium density polyurethane foam lined cavity. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
The need for personal safety is at an all-time high, and Trailblazer Firearms claims that their $400 .22LR LifeCard, a .22-caliber pistol that folds into the size of a credit card, is "the last gun you'll leave behind." Its sleek, no-snag frame and grip handle is machined from aluminum billet and then hard-coat black anodized. The tilt-up barrel, bolt and trigger are all made of steel, complete with an Isonite finish for corrosion resistance, all in a package that measures just 3.3-inches long, 2.1-inches high, and .5-inches thick. Continue reading for a hands-on video review, more pictures and information.
There's real crossbows, and then Uncommon Carry's Ghost Hunter I toothpick crossbow. Featuring stainless steel construction and a laser sight in the form of an infrared light attached that enables you to accurately fire toothpicks up to 15 meters with the ultimate. One caveat: it'll set you back $80. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Perfect for James Cameron's upcoming Terminator movie, the Uran-9 is essentially a tracked unmanned combat ground vehicle (UCGV) developed and produced by JSC 766 UPTK designed to deliver combined combat, reconnaissance and counter-terrorism units with remote reconnaissance and fire support. It comes armed with a 30mm 2A72 automatic cannon, coaxial 7.62mm machine gun, multiple 9M120 Ataka anti-tank guided missiles, thermal imaging and a laser designator. Plus, it can be reconfigured to carry different weapons, such as point-defense surface-to-air missiles like the Igla and Strela, as well as different sensors. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a glove that makes NASA astronauts super strong.
Sure, these may not be the most practical weapons, but artist Tom Galle hopes to garner some attention for these famous logos. Starting off, we have brass knuckles molded after the famous arches. "The edgy undertaking sees him turning some of the most prevalent brand logos into sleek pieces of weaponry, including knives, brass knuckles, and even throwing stars," said Stella of Bored Panda. Continue reading for more pictures.