I've heard many weird versions of The Star-Spangled Banner in my life. But this one, by a guy shooting his gun at tuned metal sheets, is by far the weirdest.
Remember when you had to pull back a Nerf gun's plunger and load a new dart for every single shot? That was a loooong time ago. The new Nerf Rhino-Fire rains down 50 rounds of fully-automatic flying foam from its dual drum magazines and twin oscillating barrels.
YouTube user iZHarms made this awesome fireworks machine-gun using with five AK-180—a type of repeating roman candles—for a total of 900 shots. If this is not the best project you can do this summer, I don't know what is.
KitUp's headline for the new Smith & Wesson .460-caliber revolver is "Smith & Wesson Unveils Backpack Cannon." Judging by its size, it looks like a hand cannon to me, yes. Or like a power tool that can kill you.
The TSA does so many ham-fisted pat-downs of seemingly undeserving innocents—the old lady, the baby, the seven year-old with cerebral palsy—that it's easy enough to think of its agents as big ol' bullies. Then they find gun parts hidden inside a four year-old's stuffed animals, and you realize they're big ol bullies…
The FPS Russia people made this video showing a "prototype" quadrotor equipped with a machine gun. Yes, a remote controlled flying machine gun. They take it for a spin and shoot some targets, as they usually do.
This is William C. Todd. He may have just shattered the record for the craziest and fastest crime spree in American history: ten felonies in just nine hours. The list of crimes is so insane and absurd that it seems impossible:
A 17-year-old pregnant teen lost her flight when TSA agents insisted she had to check her bag, which has a replica gun attached to it. For once, I'm going to defend the TSA: this girl is a naff assclown.
Qaddafi: dictator, despot, dead, man of immense style. If you knew your reign of shitty terror was moribund, wouldn't you want to go out in style? And so he did, wielding this gold pistol to the very end.
Etsy seller faustus70 had a Nerf N-Strike Barricade gun, an old chair and some aluminum lying around. But he didn't take this stuff to the dump like most people, he used it to build a "Big Daddy" style steampunk gun.
6mm 4mm gun hidden inside a Zippo lighter may not be as dollhouse-cute as the small-as-matches guns from Russia, but there's definitely a touch of James Bond to this lighter-gun.
During Marine Week 2011 in St. Louis, kids get to meet Marines, see what real life heroes are like, watch some of their drills and...handle real, big ass weapons.
It's tough to keep a gun drawn on a prisoner when the cell door lock requires two hands to open - that's where the Key Gun comes in. It's literally both a key AND a gun. Our friends at Oobject have six classic examples.
A lot of guys swoon when they see a girl handle a weapon. But bullets and shooting and murder are scary not sexy! Thankfully, these "guns for girls" have ditched the bullets and are just packing make up.
I'll say this much for the UK security guard who tried to blast off a nagging wart with a shotgun: he succeeded. Although I'd imagine he wasn't planning on taking out his finger in the process. Meet Sean Murphy, won't you? He's special.
The Xploderz water gun brings all the hurt of a paintball gun, but no mess. Instead, when that pellet tags you, you're greeted with a blast of water. Which probably feels quite refreshing in warm weather.
These guns are all hand-made replicas of real guns...only they're shrunken and miniaturized 4 to 4.5 times the regular size. Alexander Perfiliev, the master minigunmaker, has been building these beautiful guns for 30 years.
Limited edition usually means there's a slim chance of getting your hands on the object in question, but in Glock's 25th anniversary pistol's case, you could very well be one of 2,500 people to own one.