Great photo by Empty Shell LLC of their Micro Gun sitting in a pile of links. I would happily take on the sacrifice to aid in the creating of this endeavor. How do we know if those are just a pile of new links or fired links? They should do this picture again on video from start to finish. LOL


  • Rob

    where is all the brass to go with the links?

    • wetcorps

      The brass vultures already picked it up for reloading.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Seven months of hand loading for seven seconds of fun.

        • iksnilol

          Something, something, wifey, something, something, glad I got the divorce.


          • TheNotoriousIUD


  • TheNotoriousIUD

    That is pornographic.

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    • Major Tom

      Hands above the table and where I can see them at all times bro.

  • Justin

    I’m wondering if it comes with the tactical extension cord. Nothing says mobile firepower like being tied to an outlet 🙂

    • TheNotoriousIUD

      Its for home dee-fense, ya idjit.

    • Edeco

      Needs a backpack with an aircraft battery 😀

      • Major Tom

        Surely we could make a gun like this that’s self-powered right? I mean if the Russians can do it, why not us?

        • PK

          Self-powered as in operating off the gas impulse from fired rounds? Yes, and it’s been done. The drawback is the reliability takes a hit, but otherwise it works fine. Usually these systems are used where it’s better to have nearly zero issues, so they’re electrically driven.

      • Longhaired Redneck

        How about harnessing the power of wind? Unfortunately it then becomes a crew served weapon with six or more assistant gunners manning the TAMIM (tactical air movement interception modules). Might not work too good on a windless day though.

        • Edeco

          Yeah, but anything run on wind would literally have to impart drag right? Got to be low-drag in order to employ CQB room killing tactics.

        • Darkness 99

          Funny thing, I recall that there was a “wind driven” rotary gun. One of the 20mm aircraft gun pods had a sort of turbine to spin its barrels up with the air coming through the special intake in front. The pod was designed to be fired at some specific speed range of the aircraft.

      • Klaus Von Schmitto

        Or 20 assistant gunners carrying the extension cord that reaches back to the FOB.

    • GaryOlson

      Tesla Model X — mobility with class and plenty of power for your accessory.

    • Badwolf

      Needs tactical crank

  • Anomanom

    These need to be standard issue.

  • Bill

    Seriously, if tool companies can make 24-36 volt cordless tools, why not this?

    • Amplified Heat

      1934 NFA; that’s why

    • PK

      Torque, watt-hours, a number of reasons. If you don’t mind it being somewhat slower and/or a relatively small firing window, it’s been quite doable for a while now. The alternative solution is a central gas system and a different way of making a gatling gun, which has also been done.

      • Sid

        Maybe a crank handle on the side. I think Josey Wales dispatched a few red legs operating one with a manual backup power source.

  • John John Slade

    Well, hope that the Microgun has capability to shred some armored vehicle like Minigun. Can’t wait.

  • Gary Kirk

    Yeah.. Unless that things geared up for caseless ammo.. Just another junk pic, with you on the give me a video. Complete lack of brass just takes all steam from this one

  • Gus Butts

    For some reason that looks like it belongs at the end of a Ghostbuster’s proton pack.

  • Bierstadt54

    I still don’t know what this will ever be used for, but boy do I want one.

  • LazyReader