THE BEST Guns

NES Zapper Glock

NES Zapper Glock

Weapons expert Jerry Miculek shows off Black Sheep Armsmodded Glock 41 handgun which looks just like a classic Nintendo Zapper gun, and takes down ducks much more effectively than the original. Also, RIP Yoshi.

LEGO Halo SPNKR

LEGO Halo SPNKR

LEGO enthusiast Nick Brick made an incredible life-size version of the M41 SPNKR, the classic rocket launcher from the Halo series. It’s 50.5″ long, weighs 24lb and is made of about 6,000 LEGO pieces. Its double barrel unit is detachable, just like in the games.

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Elastic Precision Rubber Band Guns

Elastic Precision Rubber Band Guns

Elastic Precision offers handmade rubber band guns based on real firearms. The Walther PPK can be loaded with up to 5 rubber bands, the Model 1911 with up to 6 rubber bands and the MP5 with up to 24 rubber bands.

LEGO Black Ops 3 KRM-262

LEGO Black Ops 3 KRM-262

YouTuber MyDifferentUserName made a badass life-size version of the KRM-262, the default and the most powerful shotgun in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. It has a foldable stock, a pumping handgrip and a barrel that opens to accommodate a LEGO shell.

DIY Airsoft Pistol

DIY Airsoft Pistol

YouTuber Rulof Maker made a simple compressed air pistol primarily out of discarded objects. The main components are the valve from an empty fire extinguisher and some dry ice. He made the pistol’s body out of wood to give it a steampunk vibe.

Shooting at Capt. America’s Shield

Shooting at Capt. America’s Shield

Gun enthusiast Jerry Miculek couldn’t get their hands on actual vibranium, but they did manage to make a life-size version of Captain America’s shield out of titanium. Watch Jerry shoot the shield with .45 ACPs in slow motion.

LEGO Doom BFG 9000

LEGO Doom BFG 9000

YouTuber ZaziNombies made a life-size LEGO replica of one of the first ridiculously overpowered video game weapons, the BFG 9000 from the Doom and Quake series. The replica is made of over 5,000 LEGO pieces, is around 3ft. long and weighs over 20lb.

LEGO Black Ops 3 Locus

LEGO Black Ops 3 Locus

LEGO weaponsmith ZaziNombies made a life-size replica of Locus, the powerful sniper rifle in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. The toy is made of around 2,000 LEGO pieces, weighs 8lb and is nearly 4ft long. It even has a moving bolt and a detachable magazine.

Guns vs. Titanium

Guns vs. Titanium

YouTuber DemolitionRanch got his hands on a 1.25″ block of titanium and tested various weapons and ammunition to see if the metal lives up to its hype. Does Sia speak the truth? Let’s find out.

The Shotgun Nailgun

The Shotgun Nailgun

YouTuber MattV2099 glued nails into shotgun shells, then fired them at close range using a Arsenal SGL41 Saiga 410 – a Russian AK-style shotgun. It’s not a practical way to nail things together, but it’s certainly one of the most dangerous ideas we’ve ever seen.

Roman Candle Minigun

Roman Candle Minigun

By taping together a bunch of roman candles to a PVC handle, a couple of guys from Wisconsin created a weapon that is both spectacular and dangerous for those nearby. It’s even more fun to watch played backwards.

Literally Shooting a Shotgun

Literally Shooting a Shotgun

It’s not a likely real world scenario, but it’s still fascinating to see exactly what happens to a shotgun as a .50 cal bullet is fired directly down its barrel towards the receiver. The explosive slow-motion shot captured by FullMag is Mythbusters worthy.

Testing a Bulletproof Mask

Testing a Bulletproof Mask

YouTuber Demolition Ranch tests a ballistic mask. Specifically, one that provides level 2 protection, i.e. it should stop most pistol bullets and provide a bit of protection from blunt force trauma. No, he didn’t test the mask while he was wearing it.

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NERF Zeus Mega Balls Mod

NERF Zeus Mega Balls Mod

The NERF Rival Zeus’ magazine normally holds 12 balls, but YouTuber Out of Darts made it so his Zeus could hold up to 108 balls. He made a custom magazine that has a blower to push the balls. He’s also working on a backpack loader that can hold thousands of the ammo.

Scarface’s Little Friend

Scarface’s Little Friend

Julien’s is auctioning off the Colt AR15 rifle and M203 grenade launcher props that Tony Montana used in Scarface. The launcher was handmade for Brian De Palma’s film, but it was reused in Predator as part of Dutch’s gun. So it’s Schwarzenegger’s little friend too.

Slow-Mo Pistol Shot

Slow-Mo Pistol Shot

While filming the latest episode of Mythbusters, Adam and Jamie’s Phantom high-speed camera grabbed this jaw-dropping footage of a pistol being shot, capturing the bullet-sized explosion at an astounding 73,000 frames per second.

NERF Rival Series

NERF Rival Series

NERF’s new Rival blasters are built for team combat. The Apollo is spring-loaded and carries up to seven rounds while the Zeus has an electric motor and carries up to 12 rounds. Both use dimpled foam balls and come in blue or red.

Goblin Deuce

Goblin Deuce

The Goblin Deuce is a stylish double-barreled airsoft and paintball gun. It can fire 12BB pellets or one paintball pellet per shell. It has a safety switch and single and double firing modes. Thumbnail image via DudeIWantThat.

Double-Barrel Pistol Slow-Mo

Double-Barrel Pistol Slow-Mo

Weapons expert Jerry Miculek shows off what happens when you simultaneously fire two stainless steel .45 ACP 1911 pistols, each one capable of unloading 10 bullets in under 1.5 seconds in Jerry’s able hands.

M1911.

M1911.

Ahoy takes a look at what is perhaps the quintessential American firearm. John Browning’s Colt M1911 is the forefather of modern semi-automatic pistols and is still widely used today, over a century after its invention.

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Uzi.

Uzi.

For their latest weapon overview video, Ahoy takes a look a the deadly Israeli compact submachine gun that has become a mainstay in video games, action films, real world conflicts as well as its use by bad guys.

Minigun.

Minigun.

Ahoy takes an in-depth look at the history of the deadly, rapid-fire rotary weapon found often in first-person shooters and action movies, as well whether or not you could really carry and fire one in real life.

Cooking Bacon with a Rifle

Cooking Bacon with a Rifle

“So Much ‘Murica Now!” There’s really not a bad time for fatty, smoky, delicious bacon. Though the firing range wouldn’t be the first place we’d think of cooking a strip. That didn’t stop Dustin Ellermann from giving it a go on his M16’s muzzle.

Revolverception

Revolverception

Madman Joerg Sprave is back with another insane weapon build. This time, he’s taken four cap-firing revolvers and mounted them to a spinning rig powered by a drill. We can only imagine the carnage if he did this with actual revolvers.

Giant Gummi Bear vs. Shotgun

Giant Gummi Bear vs. Shotgun

Carsandwater took one of those giant-size gummi bears and shot it with a 12-gauge shotgun. Then he froze it with liquid nitrogen and tried again. Why? Internet. We think Mythbusters should start using these instead of ballistic gel dummies.

Cups (with Guns)

Cups (with Guns)

In all honesty, it wouldn’t take much to improve upon Anna Kendrick’s sappy version of Cups (When I’m Gone), but Jim Huish from Amber’s Drive ensured we’d get maximum entertainment value by adding some firearms to the mix.

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