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There aren’t many movies in recent history with more badass weaponry than District 9. And of course, badass weaponry inspires people to make their own models – but not with Lego. Legohaulic has done just that and the results are pretty amazing. I mean, normally it’s pretty easy to tell if something is made out of Lego, but this one deserves a closer look at first glance. [Legohaulic's Flickr via Geeky Gadgets]
I’m sure that Halo assault rifle you mocked up for Halloween 2004 was nice and all. But unless it’s also a fully functional Nerf gun that holds three magazines and “a bunch” of darts, you lose. Here’s the video proof.
“Fifty percent of kills happen on the corners,” according to SmartSight inventor Matthew Hagerty. And his creation – a rifle sight camera that wirelessly transmits real-time video back to its soldier – will help ensure that our soldiers win those battles.
This is the Lund Variable Velocity Weapons System, a combustion-powered rifle that can both kill or stunt an enemy. It was developed by the creators of Honey My Baby Pony and Tickle Me Elmo dolls for the Pentagon. No kidding.
The EXACTO (EXtreme ACcuracy Tasked Ordnance) rifle will conceivably be able to fire accurately at far longer distances than are possible now by combating weather with self-guiding bullets. Yes, you read that right.
Lighting a BBQ can be done with a match. But, as any NRA member can attest, it’s a job best left to a gun.
When we recently posted a Vietnam-era Bolex camera with a rifle stock attached, we thought the concept was a little nuts. Then Army Reserve Staff Sgt. and wartime photographer Jeffrey Duran set us straight.
No doubt inspired by games like Gears of War and countless zombie killing scenarios in popular culture, a weapons enthusiast on the AR-15 forum has managed to modify his rifle with a chainsaw bayonet. There isn’t much as far as details are concerned, but the video after the break complete with maniacle hillbilly laughter is all you need.