Fully Automatic Crossbow Is Totally Unnecessary And Completely Brilliant

Fully Automatic Crossbow Is Totally Unnecessary And Completely Brilliant

Lots of questions may pop into mind when gazing at the glorious contraption that is Jörg Sprave’s fully automatic drill-powered crossbow: Is Sprave’s fully automatic crossbow even legal? (In Germany, yes it is.) Is Sprave going to try to build a...
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15 Weapons That Are Banned in Warfare

15 Weapons That Are Banned in Warfare

There are two basic ways to look at banning weapons in war. The first, humanitarian view is that that war should be as “humane” as possible, limiting death only to intended targets, and delivered as quickly and painlessly as possible....
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Flamethrowers were gruesome weapons of war and so controversial that the U.S. military stopped using them after Vietnam.

Flamethrowers were gruesome weapons of war and so controversial that the U.S. military stopped using them after Vietnam.

But as crazy as it may sound, they are available for sale to the public. A Cleveland startup called Throwflame is selling flamethrowers for $1,599 that can shoot fire for 50 feet. Another company, Ion Productions Team of Detroit, is selling...
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Australian police authorities buying up sound weapons

Australian police authorities buying up sound weapons

They can break up protests with loud, piercing sound, but Long Range Acoustic Devices (LRADs) can also cause permanent hearing damage. Australian law enforcement agencies are now investing in the technology, but sound and law experts say their potential use...
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North American Arms Pug Review

North American Arms Pug Review

The increase in issuance of concealed carry permits over the last decade has prompted gunmakers to produce lighter, more compact handguns for the burgeoning CCW market. But shrinking firearms to fit in a pocket, purse or IWB holster generates a...
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