Clearly designed for home improvement types who are quick on the draw, this electric screwdriver is modeled after a classic revolver handgun and comes with six interchangeable bits stored in the cylinder.
Now the $50 screwdriver's 3.6 volt motor doesn't provide quite the same penetration power as, say, a speeding bullet. But it should be more than enough kick to bury a screw into a piece of lumber. And to make the handgun experience more realistic, an LED light at the end of the barrel recreates the effect of a muzzle flash while also illuminating the screw in the gun's targeting. Then again, no one every wanted to be known as the fastest screw in the West.