Head-Mounted Gun Patent Blows Minds, Literally

'Albert's Helmet-Mounted Pistol' is a patent back from 1953, when life was simple and people just wanted new hats that could blow away their adversaries. Intended to free the user's hands (hopefully for more guns), the pistol was supposed to be fired by blowing into a tube—like blowing bubbles in milk through a straw,… » 8/08/07 9:40am 8/08/07 9:40am