If you're a firearms enthusiast that requires something that packs major firepower, look no further than the DP-12. This double-barrel, pump-action shotgun can fire 16-rounds in an instant, with each barrel alternating fire - up to 25-yards - at the squeeze of the trigger. On the tech side of things, the stock has a QR code that can be scanned with a smartphone to download important info, and even the instruction manual. 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 record-breaking hoverboard flight.
"Demolition Ranch" would rather be safe than sorry when it comes to the zombie apocalypse, and that's why they built this crazy shotgun. Featuring a chainsaw grip, two flashlights, twin trench knife-style bayonets, a real chainsaw blade, and even a laser for extreme precision. The attached chainsaw is may be non-functional, but with just a bit more modification, that could change. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery Continue reading for the five most popular viral video today, including one of an epic 3D-printed backyard castle.
Not just any paintball / airsoft gun, the Goblin Deuce is the world's first double-barrel, air cartridge paintball pistol. Thanks to its innovative Double Firing-Pin Action and Selector Switch, you're able to fire each barrel separately or simultaneously. Users can load the air cartridge with either first-strike rounds or 6mm Airsoft BBs, making it perfect for Woodsball, Airsoft, or LARPing. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Rafael's Trophy Active Protection System has been in the development stages for quite some time, but the US military is now finally testing the shotgun-based forcefield technology. In a nutshell, it intercepts and destroys incoming missiles and rockets with a shotgun-like blast. The design includes the Elta EL/M-2133 F/G band fire-control radar with four flat-panel antennas mounted on the vehicle, with a 360° field of view. When a projectile is detected, the internal computer calculates an approach vector almost instantly, before it arrives. Once the incoming weapon is fully classified, the computers calculate the optimal time and angle to fire the neutralizers. The response comes from two rotating launchers installed on the sides of the vehicle which fire neutralizing agents, usually small metal pellets like buckshot. The system is designed to have a very small kill zone, so as not to endanger personnel adjacent to the protected vehicle. 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 showing the most inefficient way of making popcorn.
Capable of being shot with or without a wrist brace, "The Hammer" slingshot / slingbow offers the marksman the opportunity to have one unit to support multiple shooting disciplines. The hammergrip, when combined with the additional stability afforded by the removable wrist brace and the quick change patent pending Ocularis band attachment system, lets you go from shooting heavy hunting bands with wrist support to light weight plinking bands without. Continue reading for a demo video and more information.
Most gamers know that the original NES Zapper, released in 1984 (Japan) / 1985 (US), is a light gun that allows players to aim at the television set display and "shoot" various objects that appear on the screen such as ducks, clay pigeons, targets, cowboys, criminals or other objectives. Texas-based machine prototyping company Precision Syndicate created one using a glock pistol. Continue reading for another picture and more information.
Created by the Ring Power Corporation and based on a Caterpillar chassis, "The Rook" is armored tracked vehicle designed for the most dangerous situations. Featuring dual joystick controls, an integrated video system that gives visibility into areas that small robotic video cameras cannot access, gun port holes, rear / front lights and an enclosed cabin for added safety. It's optimized for hostage rescues, barricaded suspects, riot scenes and / or natural disasters. 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 Tesla Model S racing a plane.
The Remington Model 870 is a pump-action shotgun widely used by the public for sport shooting, hunting, and self-defense. It features a bottom-loading, side ejecting receiver, tubular magazine under the barrel, dual action bars, internal hammer, and a bolt which locks into an extension in the barrel. This person decided to take two of them and create a custom quad-barreled shotgun, called the "QB12". 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 Daisy Ridley's emotional Star Wars Force Awakens audition.
Scarface fans rejoice! This JamesEdition piece is made from real AK-47 assault rifles, and the idea came to artist Rainer Weber while reading a book on AK creator Michail Kalashnikov. Each one boasts four service-used, fixed stock stb AK-47s and two stb AK-47s with folding stocks, used at the front chair legs and arm rests. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Halo Warthog-inspired Otokar Cobra may not have all the bells and whistles compared to its video game counterpart, but its specially angled monocoque hull provides ballistic protection, while blackout lights, a thermal insulation kit, all-around vision blocks, and a host of gun ports ensure proper defense. The 7-ton vehicle has a 9 person capacity, and can be equipped with an amphibious kit should water be an obstacle. 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 showing why you should never divide by zero with a mechanical calculator.