10 Deadliest weapons you can make for yourself
Although making functional weapons can land you in trouble with the local authorities but it is none less the fun building your weapon of mass destruction sans any violence of course. Geek nerds out there are not going to let go of opportunity to build any potent weapon that leaves on lookers bamboozled and amazed. Building weapons on your own carries its risks, but hey if you are reading this then you already know that it should be done in controlled environment with utmost care. So let’s have a look at some of the deadliest weapons you can make easily in your den and brag about it on the streets without causing any offend able violence.
# Double Glock automatic gun
Made from two Glock 18 pistols with scope on top to closely pin point the targets, this automatic weapon is one straight out of the Max Payne and Lara Croft action sequels where enemies go flying in all directions once this thing sets into action.
# Wrist-mounted crossbow: Wrist Augmentation
Have a look at this wrist-mounted laser crossbow made by Patrick Priebe which is completely homemade and powered by two AA-batteries hidden inside the palm band. The crossbow has carbon fiber wristbow bolts having brass and steel tips which provides good stability while shooting.
# Homemade Tesla Gun by Rob Flickenger
Made in a household space the homemade the Tesla Gun by Rob Flickenger is crafted out of 20 volt cordless drill battery and transformer from old TV. This very transformer boosts the 20 volt current into 20,000 volt for a mind numbing visual performance.
# Ultimate AR-15 Mall Tactical Zombie Destroyer assault rifle
Have your fears that the zombie apocalypse will have the better of you then you definitely need to make Ultimate AR-15 Mall Tactical Zombie Destroyer assault rifle for yourself too. Studded with 30-round magazines, four flashlights, three lasers and three separate sighting crosshairs to pick up blood drained walking dead from 100 to 300 yards away the zombie gun has it all.
# DIY Flamethrower Pistol
Although you might not be able to survive a zombie apocalypse with this sole weapon it can still be good for personal protection and setting things on fire in case you get lost in the woods. Called as the Flamethrower Pistol this homemade flame pistol is a short to medium range tool. The pistol is fueled with butane but more dangerous for due indoors because of highly inflammable nature, so you better keep it to the outdoors.
# DIY Pulse Laser Gun
Looking more like a gun straight out of some sci-fi movie this laser weapon is upbeat and functional. Build be a laser obsessed geek this Pulse Laser Gun took 70 hours to build with use of materials like Plexi, brass and aluminum. The gun has pulse laser head delivering a kW-pulse of coherent infra-red light and with a piercing capability through standard materials like Styrofoam or plastic you cannot take this weapon lightly.
# DIY coilgun
Build by Daniel Eindhoven for $133 this semi-automatic single state gun has 14 shot capacity with firing capacity of 42 gram projectile at speed of 110 km/h in charge time of 8 seconds. The DIY coilgun has digital voltage display and laser pointer for accurate shooting.
# Deadly DIY Assassin’s Creed Arm Blade
If you are a diehard Assassin’s creed fan then you very well know the potent arm blade weapon used in this epic gaming title. Youtube user [Angelegend] has created his own DIY Assassin’s Creed arm Blade creaded from very simple things and complete with all the nifty little modifications. The good thing about this DIY weapon is that once you lock open the blade it stay in its place for some chopping mania.
# 1.25kJ Coilgun
Build using parts like cell phone charger for low voltage circuit needs this 1.25kJ Coilgun by Jason can pack a real punch. The unique trigger method disconnects the charge circuit and triggers the SCR that dumps the capacitor energy into coil for some reloaded action.
This improvised firearm inspired by the 1950’s and 60’s gangs of New York City is made from tubing used in coffee percolators or automobile radio antennas, strapped to a block of wood to serve as a handle. A rubber band provides the power for the firing pin, which is pulled back and released to fire.