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Introducing: the .22 caliber Zippo gun
Transsylvania Phoenix ^
| Transsylvania Phoenix
Posted on 06/16/2012 6:29:41 PM PDT by .454Puma
This should convince anyone to quit smoking...
(Excerpt) Read more at transsylvaniaphoenix.blogspot.com ...
TOPICS: Hobbies; Weird Stuff
KEYWORDS: banglist; gun; zippo
posted on 06/16/2012 6:29:46 PM PDT
This gun is about as tiny as it gets. Gizmodo explains that the 4mm bullets are about the size of Tic Tac and wouldnt carry much of a punch. We wouldnt want to be on the receiving end of one of these, but at the same time you cant be certain that this thing is going to deliver a kill shot.
Its a novelty item more than anything else, though it does have some serious self-defense potential. Could you imagine carrying one of these around in a state where concealed carry is banned? Cops wouldnt even give it a second glance.
video also at link.
(how hard was that?)
To: Jet Jaguar
Careful! You’ll put an eye out, kid!
posted on 06/16/2012 6:42:20 PM PDT
To: Jet Jaguar
They sure will now that they know they exist.
posted on 06/16/2012 6:44:52 PM PDT
("God? I didn't know he was signed onto the system.")
Since when are .22s “4mm.”?
posted on 06/16/2012 7:29:52 PM PDT
(In a tornado, even turkeys can fly.)
Well, the Zippo idea may be good, just don’t light a cigarette with it, then you will get in REAL trouble in NY along with your 20 oz slurpee....
posted on 06/16/2012 7:36:26 PM PDT
(6/98 Let's start from scratch by voting ALL incumbents out.)
"the caliber is not 6mm but "4mm kurtz" (short) Which makes these bullets about the size of a .18 caliber air rifle pellet.
posted on 06/16/2012 7:43:52 PM PDT
by null and void
(Day 1243 of our ObamaVacation from reality - Obama is not a Big Brother [he's a Big Sissy...])
where do ya put the lighter fluid?
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