The majority of us would never feel safe firing this thing through a shotgun. What started as an online joke turned into a real shooting range session with some gnarly ammo, but not the kind of ammo...
The Gilboa Snake Double Barreled AR15 rifle is designed by Silver Shadow in Israel and manufactured in the United States. Based on the Gilboa AR platform, the snake has a wider upper and lower receivers to incorporate two independent firing systems. Two triggers, two bolt carrier groups, two independent mag wells, and two 16″, 1:7 twist barrels 1.18″ apart from the bore center. What’s more, is the point of impact is easily user adjustable with Gilboa’s proprietary collimator.
Would you shoot a shotgun turned into a pistol? This guy did, and his reaction is priceless. Check out what this incredibly hard-recoiling Rossi 12 Gauge Shotgun Pistol is all about.
Built on Smith & Wesson's medium-sized K-frame, the 617 is a great pistol for target shooting.
It features a Lothar Walther cold-hammer-forged barrel with polygonal rifling for superb accuracy, and Korth skeletonized the 6061-T6 aluminum barrel shroud to reduce overall weight. Korth designed the railed sides of the shroud to aid in shooting from barricades.
This multi-tool is without a doubt the Mother of all Swiss Army knives. This crazy and incredibly complicated multi-tool was made in Solingen, Germany, around the early 1880’s for J. S. Holler & Co.’s cutlery store in New York City.
Well, that’s a bit of a sensational title, so maybe I’ll clarify it a bit! They’re more like weird, scary and mysterious cutting implements that you don’t hear too much about! That’s a bit more like it.
These alarms are legal in all 50 states, even California.
Each alarm features a spring loaded firing pin held back by a cotter pin that can be tied to a piece of string.
The alarms can fire any 12 gauge shell or mini-blank.
It could rotate 360 degrees and tilt up up and down. Atop two control handles were fire buttons that engaged two .50 caliber light-barrel Browning AN/M2 machine guns. The guns fired 850 rounds per minute, and each gun was fed by a 500 round box of ammunition. The guns could not be reloaded in flight, so gunners had to be careful.
The Fostech Origin 12 has taken the semi-automatic 12 gauge shotgun to another level, featuring the best of AR and AK platforms on a shotgun. With 30-round drum magazines and stick magazines available, this may be one of the most revolutionary shotgun designs in some time. A modern-day American Saiga, meet the Origin 12.
A THREE-BARREL GATLING GUN FIRING UP TO 25 ROUNDS PER SECOND, THE NEW DILLON AERO 503D USHERS IN THE NEXT ERA OF .50-CALIBER MILITARY WEAPONS.
"This Fly Killing Gun Uses Salt as Ammo, It’s Ingenious and Awesome!" A designer called Lorenzo Maggiore has developed a pump-action "insect eradication" device called Bug-a-Salt that fires salt at unsuspecting creepy-crawlies.
THIS FIXED BLADE FEATURES A CO2 CARTRIDGE IN THE HANDLE, AND DELIVERS AN 800PSI BLAST OF COMPRESSED GAS AT THE PUSH OF A BUTTON.
Shooting the Most Powerful Revolver on Earth – Smith & Wesson 460 XVR, Smith & Wesson offered us a chance to try out the most powerful production revolver in the world. Meet the Performance Center 460 XVR.
Korth makes spectacularly great double-action revolvers. Co-developed by Nighthawk Customand Korth, the new NXR handgun features a 6-inch stainless barrel inside a black DLC-finished shroud and frame, over-travel-adjustable trigger, fully adjustable rear sight, and interchangeable front sights.
A mother waiting outside her children's school in Brazil shot and killed a gunman racing toward a group of parents.
. . The Laser Weapon System or LaWS is a directed-energy weapon being developed by the U.S. Navy. The AN/SEQ-3 Laser Weapon System or XN-1 LaWS is a directed-energy weapon developed by the United States...
No one in their right mind would bring a knife to a gunfight. On the other hand, many gun owners have been known to pack a blade for those just in case moments. In the late 1990s, one company specialized in hybrid knife guns that packed an unseen punch. This punch, concealed in the grip of the knife, was a small revolver caliber round. That company was known as GRAD.