It might look a bit like the Starship Enterprise, but what you’re actually looking at here is a rubber band machine gun that uses a pan-type magazine. While builder parabellum1262 hasn’t provided plans for building one, he does have tutorials for many other cool rubber band guns.
Cardboard and rubber band weapon maker Blackfish shows off an amazing build which looks just like a Glock 19 handgun, with working slide and firing mechanism, and an ammo clip filled with bullets made from crayons. After the action, he shows off how to build your own.
(Gore) We’ve seen plenty of Breaking Bad tributes and video essays, but we’ve got to hand it to Filmscalpel and Larry Erens for keeping it fresh with their take, which focuses on Walter White’s de-evolution as told through his relationship with firearms and explosives.
(PG-13: Language) “You’d be surprised who buys these guns.” “No I won’t.” Most Expensivest Sh*t host 2 Chainz visits Pacific Sporting Arms to check out some of the finest guns you’ll ever see, including one that’s part of a $354K set and took two years just to engrave.
Joerg Sprave shows off a deadly air powered gun that’s capable of launching a 1/4 lb arrow at up to 250 mph, easily piercing through armor. Shockingly, its arrow-over-the-barrel design would allow it to be classified as a “toy” in Germany. Perhaps they need to rethink that.
The always resourceful MrGear shows us how to transform a pencil, a matchstick, a 9-volt battery, and a few other bits and bobs into a tiny weapon, capable of firing a nasty little dart. It’s probably not deadly, but it sure could cause injury, so be careful if you try this at home.
Mark Rober teamed up with Eclectical Engineering to create this awesomely unwieldy weapon which fires huge foam darts, made from pool noodles and toilet plungers. Thanks to compressed air, it can fire darts at speeds up to 40 mph. Check out the gunpowder upgrade.
Cabot Guns painstakingly extracted the components of these handguns from a 4.5 billion year-old meteorite which landed in Gibeon, Namibia during pre-historic times. This handcrafted, one-of-a-kind set is valued at over $5 million, and we’d never want to fire them.