Light Show Firearms

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ShootingSightLLC modifies firearms in a different way than most. He adds LEDs inside the firearms to give them a futuristic look. He says the guns are 100% real and functional. However he does not know how well the electronics will fair with live fire. Kind of defeats the purpose if you ask me.

Here is a photo of a Beretta ARX-100.

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However those are nothing compared to this tricked out IWI Tavor.

 

This reminds me of the modification people do to their Nerf Blasters.

Nerf led



Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

Any questions please email him at nicholas.c@staff.thefirearmblog.com


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  • M.M.D.C.

    They need sound.

    • Iggy

      DAKA! DAKA! DAKA! DAKA! DAKA…

  • Tim Pearce

    Hydraulics and the firearm version of being a low-rider, next? 🙂

    • Ray

      I thought that’s what tacticool is.

  • AD

    Great on Nerf guns, great on prop guns for movies and TV… not something I’d do on a real weapon.

    • forrest1985

      Great for TV and films but not needed anywhere else imo

  • David

    Seems like he’s more of an airsoft kinda guy.

  • Iggy

    That P90 looks awfully familiar…

    • insertjjs

      My thoughts exactly. It definitely looks like it is loaded with some sort of specialized ammo for monster hunting.

  • Rock or Something

    Reminds me a bit of Far Cry: Blood Dragon, where everything, including firearms and Dinosaurs, are giving the neon light treatment.

  • Jeremy Star

    I hate when they do this in movies. Yeah, lets have the gun glow brightly and THEN try to sneak around. ?? Why not just put a big glowing LED target on your chest and be done with it?

    • Bob

      I suggest you don’t play any of the Call of Duty games set in the future. Apparently all gear and equipment needs to have glowing parts.

    • Avery

      They don’t have to do that in the Gears Of War games. The human soldiers’ body armor has the light panels on the shoulders that makes for a nice bullseye for shooting the head.

  • Meatloaf

    But no one is going to hit that car because they didn’t see it

    • Dan

      They might have a seizure instead.

    • Southpaw89

      And if you don’t reach your destination in time you just drop in another quarter.

  • Southpaw89

    Lets see, green lights equals acid damage right? Should be good against armored opponents, red is fire and blue is electricity, yup we’ve officially entered Borderlands territory people.

  • Bon

    Part of me thinks this would be hilarious to do to an Mosin. It would be like an old Station Wagon with rims.

  • “Well, Superman– are you faster than fifty speeding bullets? BWAHAHAHAHA!”