A Shell That Allows You To BBQ A Deer With A Single Shot
To a certain demographic, owning a firearm is all about sending a message -- not to the government, criminals, or the liberal elites, but to ammunition manufacturers. And that message is: "We'll happily buy the stupidest crap you can think of, as long as it looks cool as hell." Behold the "Dragon's Breath":
FPSRussia/YouTubeThe mannequin doesn't seem terribly impressed.
These shells -- also known as "zirconium pyrotechnic ammunition," because gun nerds are still nerds, after all -- are standard-issue shotgun shells, only packed with magnesium pellets in lieu of buckshot. When the trigger is pulled, the highly flammable magnesium ignites and sprays hellfire in the face of anything or anyone unfortunate enough to be caught inside its range (anywhere between 50 and 300 ft). If you're lucky enough to survive being shot, congratulations! That deep burning sensation you're experiencing comes from knowing that some dirtbag is already putting the footage on YouTube ... and also the literal deep burning, as magnesium burns at 3,000-4,000 degrees.
It's kinda hard to see how this has any value outside of racking up those ad dollars. They're not used by the military, and if you're not looking to mount a wight skull on your wall, we'd give them a pass for hunting too. There's also a convincing argument that these things are illegal under Protocol III of the Geneva Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons -- namely, the part which outlaws weapons and munitions that are "primarily designed to set fire to objects or to cause burn injury to persons." It's probably for these reasons that several fascist states have banned the sale of these shells, including Alaska, California, Iowa, and even Florida. If you've bought something too crazy for Florida, it's time to reconsider your life choices.
A Shoulder Stock That Lets You Hide A Gun Inside Your Other Gun
You know that scene in every action movie in which the hero runs out of ammo and is forced to surrender and/or kick ass the old-fashioned fist-shaped way? The makers of the MULE Adaptive Storage Stock (that's kind of a mouthful) clearly watched one such scene whilst tripping on mescaline and asked, "Why doesn't the bigger gun just crap out another gun?"
M.U.L.E. Tactical"Awww. When are you due?"