Shoot from around a wall/corner with 90-degree mirror do-hickey

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  1. Burt Gummer

    Burt Gummer
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    Has anyone actually tried something like this? Cost = about $30.00.

    I remember the government paid something like a billion dollars to develop similar (more advanced tech) for ARs, which is sad and hilarious at the same time.

    Can you really hold an AR, over even a .22 around a wall and see the dot/target with one of these things?

    Might make for a fun 'shooting from behind plywood or barrels' toy at the range if so. It says you can shoot directly/normally or from either side.

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  2. Nutty4Guns

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    I bet it works just fine. It looks a little fragile though. Maybe its just me?
     
  3. halmbarte

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    You need a Krummlauf:

    [video=youtube;Z56SNHHL60U]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z56SNHHL60U[/video]

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  4. Burt Gummer

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    For $30 I'll order one and play with it.
     
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    Or, for the bargain price of only $7,000 you could buy a corner-shot!

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  6. pencap

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    There is one of these at the Imperial War Museum in London. Been there done that. It was really cool.

     
  7. Burt Gummer

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    It is on its way from Hong Kong. A slave made it, and I'll try it.
     
  8. jbett98

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    "I remember the government paid something like a billion dollars to develop similar (more advanced tech) for ARs, which is sad and hilarious at the same time."

    Similar to NASA spending over a million bucks for an ink pen that would work in space with no gravity.

    The Russians spent less then a Ruble developing their writing implement. They used a pencil.
     
  9. Key-Hay

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    I once bought a toaster that did Hot dogs and buns all at once. Think this thing will be about as useful. Seemed cool as I clicked the "Place order now" button.
     
  10. TonsOfOregonBrass

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    OMG that sounds like the most amazing invention ever. Where did you get it? Do you have any pictures?
     
  11. trainsktg

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    ...and then the Russians abandoned their pencils and bought our pens.

    Fact or Fiction?: NASA Spent Millions to Develop a Pen that Would Write in Space, whereas the Soviet Cosmonauts Used a Pencil: Scientific American

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