• Improvised or otherwise remarkable weaponry
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[QUOTE=ThatHippyMan;26985753][img_thumb]http://chivethebrigade.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/improvised-weapons-15.jpg[/img_thumb] I honestly have no idea.[/QUOTE] That looks like the gun equivalent of that oversized sword from final fantasy.
[QUOTE=Dlaor-guy;26986216]Is it even possible to have a gun that shoots bullets over .57 caliber?[/QUOTE] I have a musket that fires a single 25mm lead ball, but it can also fire three .457 balls as tri-ball buckshot, or a handful of birdshot.
I know you can find DIY infographics for stuff like this. I recall seeing ones for mines, shotguns, tear gas, mortar launchers, and the like before. Interesting stuff. Wouldn't ever use any myself, but if I did find myself on the losing end of a war in some Red Dawn situation or something, useful to know.
t@ct1c00L flintlock [img]http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ET2kiiRMaRP56M:http://i710.photobucket.com/albums/ww105/pudly/ingo/tacticalflintlock.jpg&t=1[/img]
How about that guy on yotube that makes working guns out of paper That's pretty cool
[img]http://www.instructables.com/image/F02H0YUF35J1OGG/Simple-Bic-Mechanical-Pencil-Gun.jpg[/img] I must've made and distributed at least a few dozen of these during junior high.
While not exactly [I]improvised,[/I] I think these still breach the barrier to absurdity. Siamese .233 from Tromix Lead Delivery Systems [IMG]http://www.tromix.com/images2/Siamese16_B.jpg[/IMG] Along with the .338 cal AR-15.. [IMG]http://www.tromix.com/2002/2002_images/33839gunb2.jpg[/IMG]
How about a plank with a few nails in it?
[QUOTE=Ownederd;26985782][img_thumb]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3c/Evstafiev-chechnya-tank-helmet.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] one must shoot many starving men for cigarette such is life in moscow
The Intimidator: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Po64G72gQo[/media]
[img]http://www.correctionsone.com/data/dummymachinegun2.jpg[/img] Dummy Submachine Gun. A fully functional submachine made by a prisoner back in 1994 in Wolfenbüttel prison, Germany. It was made from a grease injector, wood, a rubber sleeve, and tape. It always baffles me how creative prisoners can get.
[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgEmKGmzejE[/url] Pirate's Plague Flaregun adapter/conversion kits. They sell specially machined/designed reinforced metal "tubes" that slip into the barrel of a flaregun. (Even the orange plastic ones). Calibers are .38SPL and 12Ga. ....I have one that fits the orange flaregun. I never fired anything from it in fear of blowing off my hand. However, I got drunk last night and popped a few rounds of .38SPL from it. Works perfectly! Also hilarious seeing an orange plastic flaregun fire bullets.
[QUOTE=Stupideye;26986415]fucking awesome chechen AK-looking gun [img_thumb]http://img.izismile.com/img/img2/20090910/bonus//8/guns_12.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] It seems to be an heavily modified Tigr.
[QUOTE=Penguiin;26986042]I've shot "the Judge" before with triple aught buckshot before and it's a blast.[/QUOTE] ba dum tish
[QUOTE=theseltsamone;26985496][img_thumb]http://www.kk.org/streetuse/unabomber.jpg[/img_thumb] Unabomber's homemade silenced pistol How cryptic![/QUOTE] that thing looks like it's powered by coal steam engine
[QUOTE=Detective P;26987259]I know you can find DIY infographics for stuff like this. I recall seeing ones for mines, shotguns, tear gas, mortar launchers, and the like before. Interesting stuff. Wouldn't ever use any myself, but if I did find myself on the losing end of a war in some Red Dawn situation or something, useful to know.[/QUOTE] I know how to make napalm. Corrosive to everything and perma-sticking, great replacement for pouring boiling oil. But i legally cannot say how to make it without dissapearing into Siberia in the back of a black SUV
[img]http://www.rap4.com/paintball/images/Sling/RAP4_Paintball_Slingshot_F.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=Run&Gun12;26990207][img_thumb]http://www.correctionsone.com/data/dummymachinegun2.jpg[/img_thumb] Dummy Submachine Gun. A fully functional submachine made by a prisoner back in 1994 in Wolfenbüttel prison, Germany. It was made from a grease injector, wood, a rubber sleeve, and tape. It always baffles me how creative prisoners can get.[/QUOTE] By a prisoner? Dear god.
[QUOTE=Eudoxia;26985543]Always remember the Kzinti Lesson: "A reaction drive's efficiency as a weapon is in direct proportion to it's efficiency as a drive." Demonstration: [/QUOTE] Are you high by any chance?
[QUOTE=Instant Mix;26995623]Are you high by any chance?[/QUOTE] No, he's just a sci-fi nerd. He's referencing a series of novels by Larry Niven.
[QUOTE=Furioso;26989536]one must shoot many starving men for cigarette such is life in moscow[/QUOTE] Hey, Sherlock, Moscow is not in Chechnya
This thread makes me wanna start making guns.
This guy makes working guns from paper (well, they don't shoot actual ammunition, just BBs or sharpened pencils, but they have proper primers and everything). [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSr8MKcWTdo[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3YSbIGjBQ8[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eahrbM-N0pI[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnFQVOs0SMc[/media]
Those creative Germans [url]http://www.correctionsone.com/contraband/articles/1961780-15-deadly-improvised-prison-weapons-and-tools/[/url]
Those paper guns are fuckin' awesome!
[QUOTE=SoaringScout;26985605]Do homemade lasers count? They're pretty cool, but they don't really work like weapons.[/QUOTE] High-power ones do.
I'd love to try my hand at making a paper gun Sounds like an interesting hobby, especially considering this is britain and there's no other way to enjoy the inner workings of a firearm
[QUOTE=gbtygfvyg;26995567]By a prisoner? Dear god.[/QUOTE] I even heard once that one prisoner made a fully automatic .45 acp submachine too. I'm scared to think how he got the bullets for it... [editline]27th December 2010[/editline] [QUOTE=one free man;27009597]I'd love to try my hand at making a paper gun Sounds like an interesting hobby, especially considering this is britain and there's no other way to enjoy the inner workings of a firearm[/QUOTE] watch mythbusters
[QUOTE=lintz;26996228]This guy makes working guns from paper (well, they don't shoot actual ammunition, just BBs or sharpened pencils, but they have proper primers and everything). [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSr8MKcWTdo[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3YSbIGjBQ8[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eahrbM-N0pI[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnFQVOs0SMc[/media][/QUOTE] There was this one guy that made a full kar 98, don't remember his name though.
Reading this thread always makes me wonder how creative people can be with the right tools and materials.
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