Access to guns is (and should be) a hot button issue in the U.S., but 3D printing could make it possible for just about anyone to get their hands on a working weapon. At least that was the dream of Cody Wilson from Defense Distributed, until the company that made his leased 3D printer had other thoughts about how the machine should be used.
Around these woods, we're prepared for everything — even zombies. You see, all this time, we thought arming ourselves with double barrel pistols would keep us safe. Man, were we wrong, because this custom AR-15 aka the "Zombie Destroyer" is powerful enough to rip through an entire horde of zombies in one go.
Don't cry to us when the Mayan Apocalypse comes with a horde of brain-dead zombies because we'll just shake our heads at you for not stocking up on Arsenal Firearms' double barrel handgun that fires two bullets with every trigger pull.
Nowhere does there exist such a disparity in function as there does between the different kids of smartphone apps. They can be used to save your buns from driving too drunk, and now they can be used to shoot people. Of course. Laser tag for our post-laser age, the Xappr or Micro-Zappr Gun can attach to your smartphone and turn any place into a battlefield, at any time.
Dangerous women would never carry around something as girlie looking as a purse, but they still want to look their best. To solve this dilemma, Dutch jewelry designer Ted Noten has created this scary looking pistol, but instead of bullets, this gun packs seven essentials no femme fatale would want to be without.
You can go to Petco and buy a regular dog leash, or you can buy a dog leash fashioned to look like a handgun. I think we all know which one will look and feel better.
The idea that an iPhone can be used for just about anything hit a snag Wednesday, when a man tried to rob an Indian restaurant using his iPhone as a weapon.
Don't you hate getting out of your comfy bed just to turn out the light? Sure you could always add a Clapper, but it's hard to think of a tech device any dorkier than that. This gun operated lamp is way better, letting you end the day with a little simulated gun play.
Austin's Adam Voorhes goes through some interesting journeys through his photography. Lucky for us geeks, one such adventure intersected with the gadget world. Voorhes took apart and shot — in quite the dramatic fashion — some retro gadgetry including an...
Dirty Harry might have thought that his .44 Magnum was "the most powerful handgun in the world", but I guess he never ran into a Chinese gangster with one of these. Home made handgun revolvers using standard 12 gauge shotgun...