The world's 5 most pistols

While most weapons are built with high performance and a fairly simple design, the 5 guns below

While the majority of weapons are made with high performance and simple design, the 5 guns below are "as strange" as in science fiction movies.

Hand-held rocket launcher

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Developed by American MBAssociates in the 1960s, Gyrojet guns fired small rockets called Microjet . However, the poor accuracy and the initial speed of relatively low bullets made this gun sound so amazingly unrealistic.

Soviet laser gun

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As part of the military space station program, in 1984, Soviet scientists developed compact portable laser guns capable of neutralizing enemy enemy satellites and blinding. human eyes. In fact, this silver gun is not strong enough to penetrate the shell of a satellite or a spacecraft.

Space gun

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The TP-82 has a design similar to a futuristic weapon, developed to serve the Soviet space program. It has three barrels with an attached blade to help astronauts protect themselves from monsters in the universe. The upper two bins of TP-82 fired lead bullets of 12.5x70mm while the lower bore used 5.45x39mm ammunition.

Guns for people with disabilities

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Hand guns made by engineer Matthew Carmel and his Constitution Arms. This single-shot compact gun is specially designed for people with disabilities and frail older people . who are unable to use a conventional gun.

Double-barreled gun

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The Arsenal Firearms AF2011-A1 revolver is essentially two M1911 guns. The design of AF2011-A1 allows users to choose to fire one or both barrels simultaneously, releasing up to 16 bullets in a matter of seconds.