You can never be too safe, and the Fostech Origin 12 is definitely a weapon you want during the zombie apocalypse. It's basically a gas-operated, box magazine fed 12-gauge shotgun, compatible with 5 / 8 / 10-round capacities, along with 20-30-round drums. Since the gas system bleeds gas from the chamber, rather than farther down the barrel, they are extremely reliable, and having a wide range of ammunition doesn't hurt either. 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 a can of ravioli being swallowed by a flowing lava stream.
Priced under $400, the TASER Pulse is a non-lethal handgun that easily fits in a bag, and can immobilize an attacker from up to 15 feet away. Once hit, the attacker will remain immobilized for more than 30-seconds, giving you the perfect opportunity to call for help. Its laser assisted targeting, color contrasting iron sights, and powerful LED flashlight help identify friend or foe, while a user replaceable battery ensures you're never stuck out in the open - battery lasts for approximately fifty 30-second firings. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Siri beatboxing.
Designed to appear as a normal briefcase, Heckler & Koch fabricated a solid polymer and aluminum box with a thin plastic lid, measuring 20" x 15" x 5". Inside, it conceals an HK MP5K - "K" is the shorty version of the classic MP5 submachine gun - that's securely by a STANAG claw mount. This weapon weighs a mere 4.4-pounds, and is 12.8-inches long overall with a 4.5-inch barrel. It boasts a cyclic rate of 900rpm, or in other words, it could burn through a 15 or 30-round magazine in 1-2 seconds respectively. 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 CO2-powered rocket launcher.
The US Air Force has successfully tested a precision-guided B61 Model 12 nuclear gravity bomb, the first of five new atomic warheads planned as part of a new U.S. arsenal which is said to cost up to $1-trillion dollars over the next 30 years. Each warhead is guided by a radar and steered using four maneuverable fins, specifically to destroy weapons bunker and test sites with extreme accuracy.
The bomb's explosive strength can be increased or decreased, depending on the target and the risk of collateral damage. Click here to view more images.
Officially making its debut at CES 2016 was Identilock, a biometric gun lock that enables users to secure their gun and unlock it within 1.5-seconds using their fingerprint, and at 100% accuracy rate to boot, thanks to the company's specialized IP. Best of all, the lock only requires charging every 6-months due to the embedded fingerprint sensor, but should it run out of power for any reason, the gun can be unlocked with a physical key. Expect to shell out $319 for the device when it goes on sale this summer. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a battery sorting robot that will soon replace humans in factories worldwide.
SOG Throwing Tomahawks are perfect for the zombie apocalypse, and can double as axes. They use one-piece construction for durability, and boast a stainless steel paracord wrapped handle. The 3Cr13 steel blades have an overall length of 10.17-inches, while weighing in at 25.4-ounces. A ballistic nylon carry/storage sheaths for each axe are included to ensure safe transport. Get a set here now. Continue reading for another video of them in-action.
Pittsburgh-based Cabot Guns is creating a pair of pistols from a chunk of 4.5-billion-year-old meteorite, and plans to sell them for a whopping $1-million each. The company has already crafted gun grips from a 77-pound meteorite, and says the new semi-automatic .45 caliber pistols will go on sale in 2016. "I think it's fair to state many of the pistols we have constructed border on art. Meteor is rare, more so than terrestrial precious metals and I wanted to create a set of guns that were formed from a material that had intrinsic value. We were not sure it was possible, but we have passed the critical stage of construction and we are confident these will be a fully functional set of left and right-handed mirror image pistols," said company founder Robert Bianchin. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here to view some more rare and unusual weapons.
Heizer's Defense Double Tap Pistol is touted as the world's smallest .45-caliber, and works perfectly as a concealed carry weapon for self defense situations. Measuring in at just 0.625-inches thick, and weighing under a pound, this handgun comes in both aluminum as well as titanium models, both with a double-barrel, hammerless design. Continue reading for a video of it in-action. Click here to view more images.
If you were only able to choose one weapon for the zombie apocalypse, this .454 Magnum with a 30mm grenade launcher should do the trick, especially if you stumble upon an abandoned firearm shop for ammunition. In the image above, the two bullets that you see are the .454 magnum cartridge and the 30mm grenade for the underslung launcher. Continue reading for another picture and additional information.
Similar to Google Glass, TrackingPoint's Shotglass Shooting Glasses sports an integrated high-definition camera that works in conjunction with a wide-screen WQVGA display, but that's where the similarities end. Powered by the Android operating system for one-touch video recording, when paired with the company's XS1 or XS2 Precision-Guided Firearm systems, they can provide you with two unique fields of view on every shot, and even the ability to shoot around corners by utilizing the digital optics mounted on the gun. Continue reading for two more videos of the smart rifles.