Beers, a Fridge, and a.... Catapult?

Beers, a Fridge, and a.... Catapult?

This is a discussion on Beers, a Fridge, and a.... Catapult? within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/gadgets/b...nds-239578.php This thing is hilarious!!!! Read the comments, too!!! But on a more serious note... Thank God the designs are for a California-legal 10-round magazine. ...

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    Beers, a Fridge, and a.... Catapult?

    http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/gadgets/b...nds-239578.php

    This thing is hilarious!!!! Read the comments, too!!!

    But on a more serious note... Thank God the designs are for a California-legal 10-round magazine. I wonder if they sell HiCaps for us guys in Arizona.... wait... I think they call those Kegerators.

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    Next, he needs to integrate some heat and/or motion sensors so that he doesn't have to aim it at all. Push a single button, it finds a target and launches.
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    Dang it, my room mate is an engineering major, and we have a mini-fridge for beer in our "family room." Why doesn't he do something productive like that?

    That guy needs some better taste in beer for his cool fridge though.
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    Maybe a select fire option, three round burst?
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    Make mine a full auto.

    Could you clasify that as a Brain Grenade Launcher.
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    Maybe a select fire option, three round burst?
    i guess that would be for the win in a drinking game .
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