Teleoperated Weapons


On the Santa list.

11 responses to “Teleoperated Weapons

  1. Wait till these get deployed at shopping centers and sporting events with IED’s at the exits.

  2. A “wired” unit… easily defeated regardless of what the article says. A “wireless” unit somewhat harder to defeat but still doable.

    Grey Ghost

  3. Marlo Stanfield

    Damn Stg-44 looks brand new.

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  4. You got a guy in your group who can do it? Who can look at your pile of junk and tell you it’s not gonna happen?

  5. FrozenPatriot

    I wonder if there’d be a market in the patriot community for something like this.

    I’d like something much more covert. Unrecognizable/concealed until activated.

    Teleoperated. Night vision. HD video. Powered zoom. Some mass around it to keep it safe. A big drum mag to keep it fed. Wicked accurate and fast.

    Anyone else share CA’s Christmas wish?

    …I’ve been doin’ some thinkin’ lately… 😉

  6. Want to see out from cover? Use your camera phone.

  7. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  8. Here you go. They used a paintball gun, but….

  9. I’ve had this pic in a folder for a while. Hopefully someone can reverse engineer it.