ALIENS fans rejoice! Lage Manufacturing created a one-off Aliens M41A Pulse rifle that is essentially an M-11 in 9mm form crammed into the body of the movie weapon. That's right, to keep things looking realistic, they used a Remington 870 AOW/SBS for the grenade launcher portion of the Pulse Rifle. For those who don't know, the actual movie prop is based on a Thompson M1A and a Franchi SPAS 12 shotgun. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including 10 geeky Easter eggs you can find in real-life.
Under the National Firearms Act, it's illegal for private citizens to possess a sawed-off modern smokeless powder shotgun, that is unless...you're talking about the Super Shorty Mossberg 500. This firearm is a compact, stockless, pump-action AOW chambered in 12-gauge - a 20-gauge model is available on special order. To make this legal, the weapon is originally manufactured without a shoulder stock, and considered a smooth-bore handgun, thus being considered an AOW, rather than a short-barrelled shotgun. 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 extreme balancing illusions that you won't believe are real.
Zombies beware! Touted as the world's fastest shotgun, Fostech's Origin-12 is a lead-spewing machine that is built on an AK-style platform. This particular model is in a short configuration with a 9 3/4 inch barrel, complete with a full-length Salvo 12 suppressor from SilencerCo. It shoots a variety of magazines, including a 30-round drum, 20-round drum, and 10 / 8 / 5 round sticks. 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 functional dry ice hoverboard.
You can never be too safe, and what better way to stay protected than with "The Nug". Its G5 Titanium handle quickly flips out to reveal a small, yet extremely sharp, s35VN steel blade, all on a free ball bearing system for smoothness. To keep things safe, the blade locks in place when being used. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information, including the product page.
You may have seen pictures or even preview videos of the Pyro Mini for quite some time now, but finally, the gadget has started shipping. Simply put, this wrist-mounted flamethrower of sorts can shoot a fireball up to 40-feet. The device consists of two main components: a small wrist-mounted box with a velcro band, and a compact wireless remote with a 30-foot range that is used to trigger the fireball. Once you're done with it, simply plug the Pyro Mini in via USB. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny video game pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of what it's like to fly in Etihad's first class apartments.
In case of zombie apocalypse, you definitely need a Salvo-12 for your shotgun(s). You read that right, it's designed to work with all shotguns and regular ammo, while offering a modular design, enabling shooters to adjust the sound suppression, weight, and length to their desire. This means that in addition to zombies, it's ideal for everything from hunting to sporting clays and home defense. Continue reading for a full video demonstration and more information.
Gatling guns are nothing new, but the XM556 Microgun is the "world's first electric handheld Gatling gun". Smaller than an M4 rifle, it can be used just about anywhere with precise accuracy, complete with 5.56mm belt-fed ammunition. "This defensive suppression weapon is significantly smaller and lighter than its big brother the M134. It was meant to stand in place of anywhere high suppressive fire wanted without the weight or footprint of the larger M134 electrically driven Gatling gun system," according to an Empty Shell company representative. 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 ten simple Bobby pin life hacks you can try today.
The problem with a disaster such as a zombie apocalypse is that most will not have quick and easy access to the weapons required to fight off walkers. ACME's Crate of Doom aims to solve that. Inside this seemingly normal crate, you'll find: a baseball bat, grappling hook with rope, mace, a leather bullwhip, ninja-style katanas, a modern Vietnamese-style tomahawk, two-handed machete, a kukri (Nepalese knife), and more. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Arcus, by Instructables user Matthew Davis, is basically a fully 3D-printed rubber band Gatling gun capable of firing 48 rubber bands in mere seconds. Unlike similar creations, this one uses the energy from shooting rubber bands to spin the barrels. It also features an arm mount system, similar to the one Samus wears in Metriod, and a cam system that activates the barrels when the trigger is pulled. The parts are all designed to snap together, which means no screws or glue will be required. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how to extract precious metals from computer parts.
The Salt Self Defense Gun looks like a normal firearm, but this non-lethal weapon shoots rounds filled with a powdered mix of pepper that creates a toxic cloud upon impact. Rather than provide a lethal blow, it simply incapacitates anyone in the vicinity. In other words, you don't necessarily need to hit your target to stop them, and should it go off by accident, there won't be any serious repercussions. It uses a magazine that holds 7 rounds which you can fire consecutively, and each CO2 cylinder allows for 21 shots. Get one here now. Continue reading for two more videos and information.