Random pic of the week

July 27, 2009


vodka in the form of AK-47, often known as Kalashnikov. Kalashnikov was created in 1945 and fabricated in 1947 by the Soviet Mikhaïl Kalachnikov, was used in the countries of Soviet Union during World War II.
Red Army Vodka, in the form of Kalashnikov comes in a wooden case,  six glasses to shoot and a grenade-20cl-of vodka.

” Small sister ” of Red Army Vodka, Pepesza takes the form of PPSH-41 (Pistolet-Pulemet Shpagina, nicknamed Peh-peh-shah), a gun Soviet gunner was used during World War II.

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Nike T-shirt Gun

July 9, 2009


Nike Sportswear is selling the T-shirt gun. Each limited edition T-shirt gun is numbered and engraved with the signature of a Nike athlete.
I am unsure whether it shoots like what it did in the video or is it just a packaging. If it really fires a T-shirt wrapped like a ball, it will be really cool. Each piece sets you back by USD1500. 

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Random pic of the week

January 12, 2009


Phone with a safety feature? Hope it’s not real…

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Ring Sight

August 26, 2008


I have never ever thought of bad aiming a rubber band to be a problem to be solved.
Increase your handguns aim with a ring sight.

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MagPul FMG-9 prototype folding 9mm Parabellum (9x19mm NATO ) mini / micro-submachine gun utilizes a Glock 17 slide and any factory Glock 9mm magazine, including 30-33-round Glock 18 mags. In it’s closed position, MagPul FMG-9 is designed to look something like a portable radio, and incorporates a detachable tactical white light.

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Spice Gun

February 9, 2008


“spice gun is different from the other casters… when you pull the trigger to compress the air in the air bag. The handspike will push the bottom of the seasoning bottle to make the nozzle in the turntable to retract and spray the seasoning. ”

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A little boy who had been bullied and constantly being shot with rubber bands retreated to his lair only to emerge with an instrument of sheer torture to teach his bullies a lesson. Sounds like a story from Batman…
Composed of 479 pieces, the Disintegrator shoots rubber bands up to 22 feet at a blistering rate of 40 per second. Its 24 revolving barrels hold up to 288 standard-sized #36 bands, and the gun can be fired from a tripod, a table mount or from the hip.

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Random pic of the week

January 14, 2008


For the savage in you… maybe you wake up feeling like killing your boss but needs the energy first… so make some eggs shaped like guns to maintain the heat and anger inside you… poor souls…

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Random pic of the week

December 3, 2007


This unique, funnel shaped umbrella harnesses the flow of rainwater down into its handle, a water pistol. The user can fire at will, maintaining a constant flow of water as long as rain continues to fall… encouraging adults to play in the rain.

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Environmental Protection without battery. Using hand pressing to generate the power for the Laser and LED. Nice.

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