Home Fun and Games Ban Micro-Magnetic Guns! Fun and Games Ban Micro-Magnetic Guns! By Robert Farago - May 5, 2016 12 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email You could put an eye out with that thing! RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR New From X Products: X-1 Stand Alone Launcher (NOT a Firearm) The Gundie Awards Nears One Million Votes Merry Christmas! Tell Us About Your Holiday and What You Are Packing! 12 COMMENTS I feel “micro” aggressed by this weapon of war. Damn you TTAG!…..this was supposed to be a “safe place”. /extreme Sarc off Reply a non electrically based Gauss gun… clever. Reply It would be possible to make a version of that where a charged cap bank discharges into a coil of wire acting against a rare-earth magnetized flechette. I can imagine the charging circuit sounding like a photographer’s flash gun… Reply After seeing this video, Shannon Watts calls Bloomberg and convinces him to finance MAIM. For the children ™. because moms gotta mom. Reply Just about anything other than a huge nerf ball can put out an eye. Those things wouldn’t even stick in your skin. Boring! Reply I want to see a working gun like prototype, shooting something resembling bullets at there gun powder speed, distance, and accuracy. That’s just me though. 🙂 Reply There are several YouTube videos showing larger, but electrically operated prototypes of Gauss guns (aka coil guns). Check ’em out. Coil guns don’t appear to have the potentials that railguns do. Reply Is this the dread .9mm I’ve been hearing about? Reply Oh no, if someone figured out how to do it with a bigger magnet it might start a new escalation to something that would almost be an airgun!!! I’m so, so afraid of the possibilities. This and the Iranian nuke possibility just scare me to near death!! Why can’t someone stop progress!!! Reply My god do I want one Reply Interesting, if you make a hammer out of an opposite pole’d magnet than the firing pin, and then had the floating firing pin connect as this video shows….I think you could have something. Reply I’m waiting for the SBR semi-automatic version, with quad rails, a free floating barrel, adjustable stock, and tritium night sights. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.