Patric Priebe's made from scratch WristBow Mk II sports custom aluminum, steel and brass components, and uses a 2-milliwatt red laser to assist in aiming. The darts it uses are made from carbon fiber tubes tipped with stainless steel points. What sets this second version apart from its predecessor is is the fact that it can store up to eight darts in its onboard ammo clip, making it a semi-automatic. Continue reading for a video of the first version he released years ago.
Ian Sinclair's Cardsharp2 is currently being offered for just $3.79 shipped, today only, originally priced at $18.99. Just three ingenious folding operations metamorphosis the card into an elegant pocket utility tool. Slimmer and lighter than an ordinary knife, updated features include a stiffer, polypropylene body (living hinges guaranteed for life) and a unique safety lock (cannot open in pocket or drawer and is child proof). Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
Ultra Thin - 2.2mm thick.
Lightweight - 13-grams.
Blade edge is protected when stored in wallet or kit bag; Protective hilt appears when open.
Surgical blade technology with long 65mm cutting edge ensures longer lasting sharpness.
Authentic Iain Sinclair with Serial Number on each card.
No enemy will want to be on the receiving end of DREAD, a high-tech gun capable of pumping out 120,000 rounds per minute of .308 and .50 caliber round metal balls at 8000 feet per second (ft/s). The M-16 rifle, which delivers its ammunition at 3200 ft/s, and can shoot a mere 900 rounds per minute, has nothing on it. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you should never tailgate.
In case of zombie apocalypse (or any dangerous emergency), flip down these shelves, and you'll be ready to fight. Called TacticalWalls, these shelves may look normal at first glance, but they actually double as storage solutions for rifles and handguns. They can be opened up with magnetic keys placed over two hidden locks. As you can see, there's plenty of room for your firearms, thanks to a customizable medium-density polyurethane foam-lined cavity. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Have you always wondered what bullets look like on the inside? Sabine Pearlman, an Austrian photographer currently based in Los Angeles, California, has just the photo series for you, titled "Ammo". Pearlman was educated at the Pratt institute, the Otis College of Art and Design and Santa Monica College.
You read that right, soon anyone can be an expert shot, thanks to this new bullet. DARPA's Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance (EXACTO) is basically a .50 caliber bullet that is capable of changing course in mid-air to stay locked on target. Technology development in Phase II included the design, integration and demonstration of aero-actuation controls, power sources, optical guidance systems, and sensors. Continue reading for a video.
Bug-A-Salt is basically an air-powered rifle that zaps flies and other creepy crawlies with a pinch of table salt at high velocity. It requires no battery power or charging and instead uses compressed air to blast a pinch of table salt at the intended target, and holds enough salt for 50 shots before reloading. Product page. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Snipers equipped with this Android-powered gadget can get a perfect shot without even looking at their target, provided they're using a smart rifle. Both of these were created by Texas-based TrackingPoint, and according to Venture Beat, improves "upon the firing experience by incorporating a wearable gadget that runs the startup's Shotview app." Continue reading for the video and more information.
Valued at a whopping $2126 (£1,250), and having a tank that can hold 10-liters of water as well as having a firing range of 40ft, it's touted as the world's most sophisticated machine gun water pistol. Alex Bygrave, a 27-year-old engineer from Streatham Hill, south London, spent 50-hours creating this Gatling-style water pistol from scratch using everyday parts, such as a black cab's windscreen wiper for its rotary motion and a walking pole handle as the pump. Continue reading for a video and more information.
If you thought having an iPhone case with gigantic fake jewels on it was bad, think again. A Japanese company has just released one based on a device found in Attack on Titan - shaped like the 3D Maneuvering Device's controller from the show. Fans of the show who do purchase it may want to remove this before traveling, or else TSA may give you problems. Continue reading for more pictures