World's Smallest Gun Now In Gold and Diamonds, Kills Just the Same

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In what is a huge step forward toward the acceptance of garden gnomes and Russian mafia tiny assassins in the NRA, the SwissMiniGun company has created a gold and diamond version of their 0.7-ounce mini-revolver, which is still only 2.16-inch long, and can fire real 4.53-millimeter caliber bullets at 399 feet per second, with a range of 367 feet. That's fast enough to be deadly at close range so yes, cute and small bling-bling can kill. Full gallery and pricing after the jump.

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The Swiss MiniGun costs almost $6,000, but the diamond-studded 18-carat gold version will get you up to $60,000. [Swissminigun via Daily Mail]

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hiphopopotamus
Hiphopopotamus

This is the rare occasion where the diamond studded gadget is probably worth the cost.

It makes it infinitely easier to pass off as a tacky keychain when you go through security.