This cube may look like hell's version of Jenga, but it's actually an elaborate, 125-piece puzzle. The solution? A single-shot 45-calibre muzzle-loading pistol called the Intimidator. No, seriously. See for yourself.
The Intimidator puzzle, by machinist GarE Maxton, comprises six different kinds of metal: aluminium, brass, bronze, copper, magnesium and steel. When disassembled, it's an impressive array of pieces:
Not all of those go into the weapon itself, of course. Because the Intimidator's way more than just a gun:
"[It's]a customised set of tools, all necessary hardware, 45 calibre bullets, a standard sight, a laser sight, a canister containing black powder pellets, a secure storage area for 209 shotgun primers, a spent primer removal tool and a ramrod for loading the bullets."
And if you're having a hard time visualising all of that stuff amidst those parts, here's the finished product for you: