Is that a cell phone in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?

Just found an incredibly cool video link of a cellphone gun in action. (Link to Gizmodo via Glenn Reynolds.)

Looks like it holds four rounds, .25 caliber automatic.

I can just see it now.....

Guy goes to doctor with two .25 caliber gunshot wounds in his head. (Yeah, you could still theoretically be walking and talking after being shot with a .25....)

"How did this happen?" asks the doc.

"Well, I forgot I was carrying my cellphone gun, and then when I heard a phone ring I tried to answer it and I got shot in the head!"

"But what about the second shot?" the doctor asks incredulously.

"I hung up, and it rang again!"

posted by Eric on 02.06.04 at 12:03 PM







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