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Tuesday
Apr082014

AR15 Upper That Launches Coke Cans

The AR15 is one of the most versatile weapons ever made.  With a few simple part swaps you can change calibers, barrel lengths and add all sorts of tacti-cool stuff that will weigh down your rifle.  Now there is a means to turn your rifle up to "11" by launching cans of your favorite beverage (Natty Ice or Diet Coke presumably).

This by far cooler than those modified 203's that shoot chalk marking rounds.  This product is still in development but it will be released by X Products in the near future.  It is a dedicated upper that uses blanks to launch Coke cans (or other 12 ounce beverages) down range.  No word on price, but I'm guessing it will be an expensive novelty.  If they could figure out a way to mount this under the barrel it would really take my zombie slaying skills to the next level. 

h/t TFB

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