Posts Tagged ‘Rifle’
Due to the fact that absolutely nothing states “I’m a badass who takes eye care seriously” like a pair of sunglasses with temples that look like little assault rifles, this is a pair of sunglasses with temples that look like little assault rifles. They’re a partnership in between Jeremy Scott and Linda Farrow and expense EUR380 (~ $ 491). \* spitting out penises \* $ 491 for a pair of NOVELTY sunglasses ?! That’s absurd! “Who cares, let’s return to why you were spitting out penises.” Haha, did I say penises? Damn autocorrect. “This isn’t a text message, GW.” ABORT, ABORT.
Hit the jump for a shot (!) of the glasses in grey/blue..
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SIDESHOW COLLECTIBLES: Stan Winston Studios and Sideshow Collectibles have once again joined forces to transform one of Hollywood’s most memorable monsters into a life-size collectible. John Rosengrant, a 20-year-plus veteran at SWS, developed the life-size Alien Warrior bust with Stan Winston’s guidance. John and his team started with the original film molds of the Alien Warriors from the film Aliens. This is the first time that the xenomorph from Aliens has been crafted as a life-size collectible, and the team worked diligently to recreate the Aliens version of the warrior. The finished bust is roughly 3 feet long, and nearly 2 feet tall, and complete with partial shoulders. The menacing alien visage is eerily life-like and detailed, a perfect reproduction of the life form that Stan Winston Studios evolved from Giger’s original industrial-organic design. Each bust is hand cast, with a mixture of polystone and fiberglass parts, all hand finished with the Alien’s signature wet and glossy appearance. There is a wealth of paint detail beneath the seemingly black surface, beautiful to behold, but don’t get too close to this deadly bust. Product Type:Life-Size Bust Product Size:21″ H (533.4mm) x 16″ W (406.4mm) x 36″ L (914.4mm)* Product Weight:21.00 lbs (9.53 kg)* Box Size:40.00″ H (1016mm) x 26.00″ W (660.4mm) x 23.00″ L (584.2mm)* —————————————————————————— HOLLYWOOD COLLECTIBLE GROUP: “I wanna introduce you to a personal …
Note: Space-Bat bravely passed away three years ago today. GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN.
This the Harmless Hunter ‘Killshot’ Camera, a camera built into a fake rifle’s scope and designed to take pictures of the animal you were going to kill instead of actually killing it. It…is not the camera to bring to an inauguration.
Harmless Hunter “KillShot” will allow people of all ages to get outdoors, explore, and discover a recreational pastime that has exisited throughout our history. Hunting and documenting the hunt has become extremely popular. The “KillShot” becomes a digital photo trophy instead of the body part of an animal being kept as a trophy. This can be used year round when game is out of season to satisfy the lust for hunting while getting you ready for the harvest season. The crosshairs will show on the photo where the shot would have been, the background will show if the shot was safe or unsafe. It will help teach gun safety by operating like a lethal hunting rifle, except, it takes pictures and fires no projectiles.
I sneak up behind people and fake stab them all the time, so I can definitely relate to the concept. The gun is currently just a Kickstarter project at the moment, with finished rifle-cams coming out to ~$ 150 if they actually see production. If they don’t make it to production, you’re gonna be left taking pictures of your would-be kill on a regular digital camera with a paper towel roll taped to the end with toothpick cross-hairs. Just make sure instead of yelling cheese you yell– “Let me guess, MEAT.” No. I was gonna say ‘BANG BANG BANG!’ and set off some fireworks.
Hit the jump for an example photo, several more renderings of the rifle, and a link to the Kickstarter page.
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This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a chainsaw bayonet on a rifle, but it is the first time we’ve seen a commercially available one specifically for zombie slaying. Introducing the DoubleStar Zombie-X AK-47. It means business. Me? I mean pleasure.
The DoubleStar Zombie-X AK-47 is a weapon specially customized to battle zombie hordes by attaching a battery-charged chainsaw to the end of the barrel, as well as a EOTech Zombie Stopper XPS2-Z Holographic Sight which puts a biohazard symbol on your target instead of the classic red dot. DoubleStar hasn’t announced when or if this will go on sale, but its less fancy DSC Zombie Slayer predecessor sells for $ 1,249.99, so the Zombie-X is likely to be a bit pricier.
So I’ve been thinking about it, and I’ve decided I don’t really want to live through a zombie apocalypse. It would be a long, hard, fight — and for what? Hoping that after it’s all over you can repopulate the planet with the one chick that survived? What if she’s ugly? What if no chicks survive and it’s just you and a buddy? Would you be willing to take one for the team and repopulate the planet with him? “How is that even possible?” Well they’re not gonna kill all the storks!
Hit the jump for a brief demo of the I’m tired of fighting, I’m just gonna throw myself into a volcano.
Harrison Krix understands if you don’t remember his name. After all, your mind can’t be expected to retain information when you’ve just seen the spectacular Portal gun and Daft Punk helmet the man has already authored. Latest on his hitlist is a homage to the awesomeness that is Mass Effect. Employing mostly leftover bits from previous projects and $28-worth of new materials, Harrison set about the task of recreating Commander Shepard’s trusty assault rifle. The source will delight your eyeballs with a litany of pictures and build details, though our major question remains unanswered — does it use armor-piercing, incendiary, or shredder rounds?
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Welcome back puzzlers. After sifting through grids, emails and the occasional carrier pigeon delivered solution the winner of this weeks $50.00 Thinkgeek gift certificate is Ralph Czerepinski who correctly identified the following:
- Rene from Troop 86 worked at the Rifle Range and worked at camp for 6 years.
- Brendan from Troop 162 worked in Handicrafts and worked at camp for 4 years
- “Lollipop” (What else would you call a skinny kid with a big head”) from Troop 45 worked at Field Sportsand worked at camp for 2 years
- “Squirrel” (Don’t know why but the squirrels avoided him) from Troop 276 worked at Scout Skills and worked at camp for 1 year
From these clues:
- Rene, who has worked at camp for 6 years, ran the Rifle Range.
- The Scout from Troop 45 worked at camp for 2 years.
- “Lollipop” did not work at camp as long as the scout from 162 or the scout from Troop 86.
- The scout with the least amount of time at camp worked at Scout Skills and was not from Troop 86.
- “Squirrel” has less time at camp then the scout at Field Sports.
- Brendan was from Troop 162.
- The Scout from 276 worked at Scout Skills.
- One Scout was from Troop 45.
- The Scout in Handicrafts has worked at camp for 4 years.
Nice work Ralph. Enjoy your gift certificate ! The rest of you should tune in next week when Dave Banks returns, hot off of his Comic Con outing, to bring you a new reason to get nothing done at work !
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