A question that most people won’t have to ask themselves, but it’s cool to see the tests:

Much like James at TFBTV, Chris Baker at Lucky Gunner really goes above and beyond with the actual useful or funny content.

I’m not a lawyer… BUT I feel like depending on what state you’re in, if you did use auto in your home in self defense the prosecution would try and use it against you.  Like somehow semi auto would have been better.  I don’t know though… you guys are familiar with my long running “the prosecution will love it” bit, so let’s just file this one there as a meme if nothing else.


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A prototype for a 1200 round per minute BB/pellet gun, that is apparently going up for sale within the year.

Doesn’t sound like this guy is from the U.S., and i’m not sure what the legality of something like this would be here.

The 500 round magazine capacity would be deadly for pest control. :P

I’d really like to see better video and pictures of this gun… it looks both awkward and promising at the same time.


Well this is definitely on my wish list:

Source – Casatic

By the look of the 2nd picture, the Glocks are both ejecting downwards, which means that one of them must have been modified with a custom slide to eject left! That is so damn awesome, I don’t even know what else to say.

The fact that they are attached, have a red dot on them, and are in that custom suspenders holster is just the icing on the cake.

Oh if only I could pick two of these up at the law enforcement price of $507….


Skip to 3:00 to see it in action.

Wow, I wish something like this was around when I got my first pellet gun. I guess being “full auto” makes it more of a grown-up version though, probably not the best for a little kid.  Too many things could end up with dents or holes when you get into spray and pray mode on nuisance animals.

$550 for basically a modified painball gun is too steep though if you ask me. Having full auto (even though its a pellet gun) without jumping through NFA hoops is pretty cool though.

Looks like a real pain in the ass to load up that belt.

You can check it out Air Ordnance’s website – HERE


Utilizing the SSAR-15’s revolutionary “Slide Stock” technology and ergonomic design – individuals are now able to Bump Fire while securely holding the firearm.

Looks a lot easier to control and aim than conventional bumpfire methods.

Could they have made it any more basic looking? I can’t help but think that this is some sort of ATF honeypot, considering they seem to have approved it without any fuss.

If you want one, they are $320 at Slide Fire solutions – HERE

God forbid we would be in possession of shoestrings instead.


Pretty simple to build.  The full-auto is a nice touch.

That would inflict some nice damage on nuisance birds like crows and pigeons. Not to mention it would also be real quiet for city use.