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Wenger 16999

Wenger's 16999 Giant Swiss Army Knife is currently the world's most complex with a whopping 87 implements that perform 141 functions, making it the only tool you'll need to get any job done. Whether in your pack or on display, this massive tool is sure to be a conversation piece. Unfortunately, the $2149 knife is currently sold out, but apparently, there have been many people over the years who've enjoyed its service. For those who want the next best thing, check out the Victorinox SwissChamp XAVT, which packs 80 functions and is priced much lower than its big brother. Product page. Continue reading to see more reviews.

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US Navy Railgun

For the first time in history, the US Navy will publicly demonstrate their crazy railgun at the Naval Future Force Science and Technology Expo in Washington D.C. on February 4. The U.S. Navy plans to integrate a railgun that has a range of over 160 km (100 mi) onto a ship by 2016. By that time the Navy expects to have a weapon that can fire multiple projectiles per minute. The hyper-velocity rounds weigh 10 kg (23 lb) and cost about $25,000 each. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Leatherman Tread

First came the Leatherman Wave, now the company has unveiled the Tread, which is basically a wrist-worn device that packs 25 different tools incorporated directly within its links. Each of the Tread's 11 links incorporate 2-3 tools; there's box wrenches, drivers, a cutting hook, glass breaker, screwdrivers, hex drives, and the clasp even comes with a built-in bottle opener. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.

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F-35 Weapons

Lockheed Martin has just released a new picture showing the sleek F-35 Lightning II with all of the weapons it can use after being tested by the Systems Development and Demonstration Weapons Suite. According to Jalopnik, "This represents a baseline capability that will be expanded with other weapons once the jet is fully operational towards the end of the decade." Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a supermarket mascot gone wild.

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TrackingPoint Smart Rifle

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In addition to being able to aim itself, TrackingPoint's new "Mile Marker" smart rifle uses "338TP" - a round somewhat similar to .338 Lapua Magnum - and accurately hit targets 1,800-yards (1-mile) away. The coolest part? It's capable of live-streaming the scope's picture to remote users using TrackingPoint's smartphone app. One caveat: this Linux-powered weapon will set you back a hefty $40,000 when it's released later this year. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to see the top five viral videos of today.

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Microtech Jagdkommando

Microtech's Jagdkommando looks to be straight from a Call of Duty video game, but it's a real fixed blade knife meant to be used on the battlefield. Collectors will also be happy to know that each limited run knife boasts a triple-edged blade made from 440A stainless steel, complete with an aircraft grade aluminum hollow handle that lets you store small survival gear inside. Product page. Continue reading for another video and more information.

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Knife Cuts Phone Book

A Batarang knife might look cooler, but the Zero Tolerance 0350BW is much sharper. For those who like to get technical, the blade itself is crafted from S30V stainless steel with non-reflective Tungsten DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon), and BlackWash coating gives it a well worn look. The SpeedSafe assisted opening system lets you deploy the blade quickly and easily, even in gloves, using the ambidextrous flipper. Product page. Continue reading for the video and more information.

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Cornstarch Flamethrower

Ivan Owen is fully prepared for a zombie apocalypse, and this fully-functional DIY flamethrower will just be one of the many weapons in his arsenal. Made from a battery-powered leaf blower, a blowtorch and a flour sifter, this homemade contraption runs on dry ingredients that can be picked up at any store. You can put things like cornstarch, non-dairy powdered creamer, flour and several other dried goods, in the attached flour sifter, and as they're being sifted into the tube, the leaf blower shoots them through to the torch, setting them ablaze right in front of you. Continue reading to see it in-action.

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Taurus Curve

The Taurus Curve doesn't just fit in your pocket, it's also touted as the "world's first and only curved firearm", engineered to fit the unique contours of the human body, without any visible printing. The .380-caliber weapon boasts the industry's integrated LED light and laser, which are both built directly into the frame. Continue reading for a hands-on video, more pictures and additional information.

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Batarang Knife

This Dual-Blade Dark Knight Batarang Folding Knife is currently being offered for only $12.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $39.99. Two blades for twice the cutting power. Both blades are assist-open and feature liner locks. Blades are stainless steel. Product page. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Notable features:
  • Two blades for twice the cutting power.

  • Assist-open action.

  • Liner locks securely hold blades open.

  • Each blade has three inch of cutting edge for a total of six inches.

  • Pocket clip for easy carry


[via Amazon]

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