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Saturday
Apr232011

The Coilgun Makes the Rubber-Band Gun Look Like a Kid's Toy

Yesterday we introduced you to the rubber-band machine gun of your slightly disturbed dreams. Today, we've got a 1.25 kilojoule coilgun, a homemade electromagnetic pulse accelerator that makes the rubber-band machine gun look like a tiny, shiny peashooter.

The video below explains (in worrying detail) exactly how it works. In layman's terms, it acts as a battery-powered rifle that uses a series of electromagnetized coils to propel bullets at alarming speeds.

The weapon was made over two years by the bizarrely nicknamed "Larsplatoon." Though this is an incredible technical accomplishment, it does tread a very thin line between "Good God, that is awesome" and "If he gets too good at this, I'm going to get a bit worried."

The demonstration of the fearsome microwave-destroying machine kicks off at the 2:50 mark in the video below, at which point your nerdgasms should be coming on thick and fast. Oh, and just in case it wasn't patently obvious: Please, please, please, don't try this at home. To be honest, we're not sure Larsplatoon should be trying this at its home either.

Friday
Apr222011

Meet the Rubber-Band Machine Gun of Your Slightly Disturbed Dreams

Here's video footage of a rubber band-firing Gatling gun that's so utterly ridiculous and awesome, you'll be squealing in delight as soon as you see it in action.

It can fire 100 bands at full capacity, comes with a specially designed tripod to maintain accuracy and stability and is fitted with a mini Mag light so you can see what the hell you're firing at. (If you're firing hundreds of rubber bands in the dark, that is.)

Also, it's made of aluminum and has eight flippin' barrels to blast those rubbery bastards all over the place. It weighs in at 15 to 20 pounds and is definitely not -- and we can't emphasize this enough -- a kid's toy.

It'll set you back $500 and take two weeks (at least) to get to you, as it's a custom-built model. Still, that's well worth the havoc you'll be wreaking at your next Monday morning meeting.

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