Designed In Solidworks, then 3D Printed. Respect due.
This guy should work on an updated version of the sleeve gun with the skillz he has.
Are those pinballs that he’s firing? Sweet mother of god that would hurt.
At least getting shot with an actual gun you would hopefully die quickly. I pray that crazy slingshot guy never goes rogue.
Nothing like combining two of my favorite things, espresso and guns. If they came up with a beer and pizza gun I’d consider my life complete.
The gun was a school project by Stefan Riegebauer, Christina Carli, Florian Kainz & Niko Schwarz at an industrial design school in Austria.
Hat Tip: Yanko Design
On November 16, 1952, a B-36H bomber dropped a nuclear bomb over a point north of Runit Island in the Enewetak atoll, resulting in a 500 kiloton explosion — part of a test code-named Ivy. (U.S. Department of Defense)
Full photo set – HERE
I think it’s great to have that powerful of weapon technology in our back pocket. I just hope it never comes to a time where we have to use one of these again on a large scale. The fact that we know damn well several other countries have the same or better bombs is very scary.
A relevant XKCD comic on the U.S. Nuclear Chain Of Command:
The proportions are off… but his defiance of mainstream stained glass patterns is inspirational. I bet his wife rolled her eyes haha.
He should have added a stained glass Jesus in there for more LOLz though.
While searching to see if any other stained glass guns existed, I came across a mockup of an AK-47 window would would be real badass if brought to life: