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If It’s Firepower You Want, This Airsoft Grenade Launcher Has You Covered

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We were pretty impressed with the Echo1 M134 MiniGun Airsoft Machine Gun we wrote about in January. But if you decide to pair that with this ICS-190 GLM Grenade Launcher, then you’ve officially gone Full Rambo, and you can colour us awestruck. Now, if you’re going to go ‘Full Rambo’, you may as well do it Airsoft-style because no one really likes maniacs with real MiniGuns and grenade launchers outside of a military context.

The ICS GLM full size 6-round revolving grenade launcher is a sight to behold. It is a fully-functioning grenade launcher that features an impact-resistant polymer frame, with metallic revolving chambers that can house up to 6x 40mm Airsoft grenade shells.

The GLM also features a fully integrated rail system, which allows for easy installation of necessities such as grips, lasers, flashlights, and even has a top rail for optics (holo-sight on your grenade launcher, anybody?). A tactical ergonomic vertical foregrip is included in the package for shooting stability, and is removable should you want to replace it with a grip or other accessory of your own.

The rear stock is a tactical 6-point adjustable/retractable L.E. carbine-style stock, which is also adjustable to three different angles (for your shooting comfort) to dial in the optimal shooting position, whether you are standing, crouching, crawling, or running. Quick detach sling swivel points are also integrated onto the frame of the GLM to allow for easy sling attachment.

It’s $130.

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This Knife Is A Gun

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Options. Everything is life is about options, isn’t it? And about the choices you make given the options you have. For example, you have this mean looking blade in your hand. You could use it to stab or cut your aggressor. But you have another option: shoot! It’s not an option you normally have when wielding a blade, which is why it caught our attention. It loads six .22 caliber bullets, and is fired via a special trigger. It’s overkill, sure, but it’s pretty badass.

We don’t know much else about it, other than maybe it’s imported by Arsenal Firearms in Las Vegas and allegedly sells for $2,000. Also something or other about being made for Russian armed forces, but we can’t confirm this as fact. Still, now you know this exists.

Oh, and we would make some kind of joke about bringing a knife to a gun fight if we had any comedic talent.

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Move Over Hollow-Points, This R.I.P. 9mm Ammo Means Business

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What’s the use in shooting your assailant if he can still keep coming at you? If you’re gonna stop him, stop him for good. The above 9mm R.I.P. bullet, from G2Research in Georgia, claims to be “The Last Round You’ll Ever Need”, and looking at its construction, we’re tempted to believe them. It’s a CNC machined projectile made from copper, which has 8 separating “Trocar-shaped bits that are designed specifically to damage your internal organs. They’ll split apart as the bullet rips through your tissue, and create a 6″ diameter spread of destruction inside of you. The remainder of the bullet continues in a straight path, penetrating up to 16″.

There’s all kinds of fancy talk of features on the website, but really that’s all you need to know. It’s a bullet with 8 metal bits that separate into a cone of death upon impact. We don’t know how much they cost, but production is underway. Hit the jump for links and video.

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The Only Time You’ll Ever Fire A Minigun And Not Destroy Everything Around You

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This is a toy, and it’s a pretty serious one. Matter of fact, it’s about as serious a toy as we’ve ever seen, since you’re going to have to fork out $3,900 to own it. For that amount though, you get the Echo1 M134 MiniGun Airsoft Machine Gun, which will launch an astonishing stream of plastic pellets at a rate of “several thousand rounds per minute”. This battery-powered, hip-mounted, 35-lbs monstrosity fires its rounds at 390fps, fast enough to pierce through glass tubing (as per the video). A 1,700 round magazine ensures you don’t run out of ammo in a split second, and it comes with two interchangeable barrels of differing lengths. The whole kit ships in a wooden crate and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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These Shotgun Shells Shoot Flower Seeds, Not Death Pellets

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In a somewhat poetic move, these 12 gauge shotgun shells are packed with flower seeds alongside the gunpowder, so that you may give life with every shot, rather than the other way around. Flower Shells, as they’re called, have less powder than usual so as not to fry the delicate seeds; we’re going to hope that enough testing was done to ensure that it actually works. But that’s really about it. The project is on IndieGogo and is fully funded. For $50 you get 4 shells of either Peony, Corn Flower or “Red Field Poppy – FLANDERS – PAPAVER RHOEAS.” Even though it’s only 4 shells, there are lots of seeds in each shell, so you may end up with little patches of flowers where you took your shot.

Sure, it’s a lot of money for what seems like a novelty item, but maybe it’ll help you atone for all the turkeys you shot this season…

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Shot Pellets Made From Seasoning Fill Your Bird Up With Flavor

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Flashback to 2006, where news of this first came out, and when it seems we were looking the other way. You see hunting, controversial a practice as you may want, is still going on strong in most parts of the world. And while filling birds up with shot may satisfy our primal instinct to kill other living creatures, it also has the unfortunate side effect of filling them up with inedible steel at the same time. Not if you pack your rifle with Season Shot. The shot pellets are actually tightly packed seasoning, which supposedly don’t disintegrate under the extreme stress of being ejected at high speeds by gaseous propellant. Instead of peppering the bird with metal, you’ll be seasoning it with Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Garlic, Teriyaki, or Honey Mustard flavors.

At least, those are the claims. Sadly, once you dig a little deeper and realize that even 7 years later the website still hasn’t announced a release date or an expected price, you get the sense that maybe this was just someone’s wishful thinking. Or pet project that didn’t pan out. But… with the crowdfunding avenues now available to the everyday inventor, how hard can it be to get something like this off the ground? Is it physically impossible? Any gun geeks out there to enlighten the rest of us?

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Miniature Portal Gun Replica More Affordable Than Its Larger Cousin

People are clearly in love with the game Portal. Why not? It’s a great way to spend a weekend and once you’ve contorted your brain through its mountain of puzzles, you too will likely develop an affection for its various artifacts. Just this summer we told you about Portal Turret replica. And today we’re bringing news of a smaller version of the Portal Gun that came out a while ago. It’s only 1 ft. long and weighs about 1 lb. It’s got orange and blue LEDs and emits a unique sound that corresponds to each color and it works pretty much like the gun in the game, minus the portal creating abilities. Purchase-o-mania (aka Christmas) is coming, so this could make a pretty cool gift, especially considering the “handsome, full-color gift box” it comes in. $60 will tick one box from that list of yours. It’s designed and sold by ThinkGeek, so you know it’ll be great!

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3D Printing Gone Askew: Man Prints Assault Rifle At Home

Being able to print objects at home is all fun and games until someone loses an eye. Or prints a fully functional assault rifle. That’s just what gun enthusiast “HaveBlue” did, using a Stratasys device (though which model printer exactly isn’t specified). Now to be fair, he didn’t print the entire rifle. First he made a .22 caliber pistol and successfully managed to shoot over 200 rounds with that. He then tried to turn it into a rifle by connecting the receiver to a .223 upper receiver but “had feed and extraction issues.” This is not much consolation however since the receiver is really what counts a the “gun” and the rifle’s failure might have been due to a faulty .223 upper receiver than to a defect with his printed part.

Now we’re not familiar with gun laws, so we’re wondering just how legal this is. Can you print your own guns at home? Or is there no legislation to address this since, well, no one figured it could be done?

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BugASalt Is A Shotgun That Kills Flies With A Pinch Of Salt

By David Ponce

The BugASalt is a plastic shotgun of sorts that expels a pinch of salt a high speed with the aim of killing flies (or other undesirable insects, we suppose). It works. It’s freaking brilliant! The fly is pierced multiple times with tiny sodium chloride pellets, killed instantly. There’s no splatter, no mess like with flyswatters. Only the thrill of the hunt. With an effective range of 3ft. you can stay far away enough that the unsuspecting insects will just wait around blissfully unaware of their impending destruction. If we owned a BugASalt we’d probably leave some food lying around to attract flies and give ourselves something to shoot… and end up emptying our salt reserves all over the floor within the hour, making a mess after all.

It’s $30 on pre-order at IndieGogo. People are understandably excited and the campaign has reached $67,000+ on a $15k goal. Not sure when the shipping date is, though. Still, you should hit the jump for a great video of it in action and for the links.

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