Well now… this is unsettling. This might look like a regular old headshot-delivering sniper rifle, but it doesn't shoot bullets. No, the ID Sniper fires tiny GPS chips. I guess the idea is that you can set up in a clocktower somewhere and sink little tracking devices into people from up to 0.62 miles away so you can see where they are later.

It's creepy, but the fact remains that you would need a pretty miniscule GPS chip for someone to not get their arm ripped apart by one getting shot out of a sniper rifle, let alone not notice it going in. Basically, it's designed so you'll know where your targets are later, but the only place they'd end up if you used this on them is the hospital. Oh, the irony!


Navigadget [via Ubergizmo]