Carrying placards in a rally/demonstration is one of the many ways of expressing your disgust for violence, but for photographer Jason Siegel, he chose to take on the creative route to share his distaste for violence, in particular gun violence. What Siegel did was creating a series of sculptures depicting guns and weapons of war with materials he is most familiar with: cameras, lenses, and a myriad of photography accessories like external flash unit, 35 mm film rolls et cetera. Continue reading Photographer Sends Anti-Violence Message With Camera Gear “Weapons”
First we have the weirdest confectionary, now there’s what we thought could be the craziest saw-off shotgun ever. Inspired by the movie Killing Them Softly (Plan B Entertainment, 2012), YouTuber Kjaskaar wants to find out if the sawed-off shotgun featured in the movie works in real-life. For the uninitiated, the shotgun featured in the ‘Poker Heist’ scene was nothing short of ridiculous. Unlike some sawed-off shotguns that have some inches lopped off, the Killing Them Softly shotgun has all of its barrel sawed off, pretty much leaving only the chambers. Continue reading How Killing Them Softly Micro Shotgun Works In Real-Life And Yes, It Works!
If you buy a pair of pistols, you would probably raring to have a go with them downrange, but I can assure you that you won’t want to do the same with The Big Bang Pistol Set by Cabot Guns. Why? Because this one-of-the-kind pistol set cost a mind-numbing 5 million dollars and the pair has components crafted from, wait for this… 4.5 billion year-old meteorite and mind you, this is not just any puny space rock that we are talking about; we are talking about meteorite that supposedly landed in Gibeon, Namibia during the pre-historic era. How the hell did this all-American gun company landed themselves with this rare space rock is beyond us. Continue reading Pistols Made From 4.5 Billion Year-Old Meteorite Valued At $5 Million!
There’s always an inherent danger when a life-taking weapon looks too much like a toy or vice versa, but apparently, that kind of confusion is not on the top of gun customizer Precision Syndicate LLC’s mind when it turned a real working Glock pistol into a NES Zapper Gun lookalike. And by turning, we do mean giving the deadly weapon a ridiculously awesome paint job that reminiscent of the original NES Zapper gun. For the uninitiated, NES Zapper gun is a console toy gun that was designed for shooting pixel ducks in Nintendo’s Duck Hunt game. Continue reading NES Zapper Gun Won’t Kill But This Glock ’NES Zapper Gun’ Pistol Will Kill
Depending on how you look at it, the world of conceal and carry may soon become a more dangerous one, or it could be a more convenient one. How so? Well, just take a look at this particular conceal and carry pistol. And yes. It is a pistol. When in folded mode, it is totally inconspicuous, looking like a regular smartphone but flipping off the safety, it opens into a double barrel .380 caliber pistol, lock and ready to deter any aggressor. Having a pistol that disguises itself as a smartphone hardly need any concealing and as its creator, Ideal Conceal, puts it, the Double Barrel .380 Caliber Smartphone Pistol “is virtually undetectable because it hides in plain sight.” Indeed, it does but only as awesome if it is at the hands of responsible gun owners. Continue reading This ’Smartphone’ Is Actually A Double Barrel .380 Caliber Pistol In Disguise
Guns. They can save lives and also destroy lives at the same time. It’s an invention that puts mankind in a dilemma that’s destined never to be solved. However, a Chicago startup with the belief “that a gun does not have to take a life to protect a life,” started out to developed a non-lethal self defense handgun that would serve to protect you and your family in an emergency, while not causing permanent injuries to the assailants, or yourself and/or family in the case of an accident discharge. The product to achieve the desired outcome is known as Salt. Continue reading Meet Salt, The Non-lethal Handgun That Stops Assailant with Cloud of Toxin Powder
The Goblin Deuce Double-barrel Paintball Pistol probably won’t let you have the upper hand in a paintball battle, but it will come in handy in close quarter situations, assuming you haven’t been shot yet. Billed as the world’s first double-barrel air cartridge paintball pistol, Deuce is based of the outfit’s SOLO and is available in two formats: player’s set which comes with everything you need to get started and the conversion kit for converting the SOLO into a double-barrel pistol. A Double Firing-Pin Action and Selector Switch lets you choose to unload two paintballs, first-strike rounds, or 6mm Airlift BBS simultaneously, or each barrel individually. Continue reading This is the World’s First Double-barrel Air Cartridge Paintball Pistol and It Looks Kind of Awesome
Concealable firearms with the love for 7.62 caliber (what are the odds? Really) will be glad that Heizer Defense will be introducing yet another pocket pistol that chambers 7.62x39mm cartridge, which is the same ammunition used in AK47. Affectionately called Pocket AK Pistol, the new PAK1 boasts the same snag-free design with smooth rounded edges as the rest of the concealable pocket pistol introduced by the US-based firearms manufacturer. Like the rest of its family, the PAK1 is a multi-caliber pistol with interchangeable barrels, allowing it to be swapped out for those chambered for .223 Rem. and .45 Long Colt/.410 bore. Continue reading Heizer Defense’s New Pocket Pistol Chambers 7.62 Rounds
Looking at the “Femme Fatale” Ring Gun that hails from the 1870s, it kind of makes us feel ashamed about today’s conceal carry. As the name implies, it is gun which was designed to worn as a ring and totally capable of unleashing seven tiny leads at unsuspecting victims (whom are likely to be men). Designed to be worn as a ring (duh!), it is finely crafted in Germany from a silver ring, featuring herringbone borders flanking the words “Femme Fatale” engraved on the band. Perched on top would be, presumably, the 1870s girls’ best friend: a seven-shot brown-finished cylinder with fold-down fire-blued trigger and outer spring band. Continue reading In 1870s, They Actually Had Ring Pistol That Shoots Tiny Bullets
When it comes to small arms, or firearms in general, manufacturers are rather conservative. Most would stick to the proven formula and afraid to stray to far from the norm, but not Brazil arms maker Taurus and certainly not with their latest conceal carry pistol called Taurus Curve. We don’t cover firearms often, but we can’t ignore the someone who dares to break the status quo and this case, is Taurus and its Curve Conceal Carry Pistol. One look you know this pistol is not your regular pistol, but what you may not know other than the namesake, that it is literally curved. Instead of conforming to the norm of gun-first dimension, Curve go by the mantra of human-first, by conforming the weapon to the contours of the human body. Sounds complicated? Well, not quite. From the above image, you won’t see the curve, but it is in fact built with a curved polymer frame housing that is designed to tuck up to your body when carried on the right side. Sadly, for now, it is just right side, which means this is geared towards right-handed shooters. Continue reading Taurus Curve Conceal Carry Pistol Has a Body-conforming Curved Frame