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Land some electrically charged blows to any potential attacker with these brass knuckles tazers. These knuckle enhancing stun guns pack an impressive volts of electricity in every single punch, enough to paralyze your attacker

A Presentation Model 1862 Police and Pocket Navy Conversion Revolver .  Circa 1873-1880; serial number 23773E Owner: scout Captain Cyrus McNeeley Scott Inscribed: C.M. Scott Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D. Nimschke, "THIS GUN HAS A TIFFANY & COMPANY GRIP" .

A Presentation Model 1862 Police and Pocket Navy Conversion Revolver . Circa serial number Owner: scout Captain Cyrus McNeeley Scott Inscribed: C. Scott Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D.

♂ A new class of vehicle to the field of fire appliance design that is capable of reconnaissance as well as suppression will be introduced by Amatoya. As indicated by research, there is a need to develop an advanced and highly specialized light tanker which must function primarily as a reconnaissance vehicle while providing unparalleled vehicle and crew safety/survivability.

♂ A new class of vehicle to the field of fire appliance design that is capable of reconnaissance as well as suppression will be introduced by Amatoya. As indicated by research, there is a need to develop an advanced and highly specialized light tanker whi

Marvel_Captain_America_The_Winter_Soldier_Concept_Art_FalconGunExtended_v001_JN

Conceptual illustrator, Josh Nizzi ("Iron Man has update his website with some fantastic designs for Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Hit the jump to see concept art of Falcon/Sam Wilson and the Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes.

More people suggested me to make laser gun so here it is. Concept of laser rifle. Objective was to make shine solid metal piece from the sci-fi future. It works with light beam not with projectiles.

Templo de Ramses. Abu Simbel

Twin Temples - built by Ramsses II in 1264 BC in the southern province of Nubia, Egypt. Over the centuries they were completely covered by sand. They were rediscovered in 1813 by a boy named Abu Simbel, who led a British archeologist to them.