Master of Miniature Guns
February 18, 2012 8:53 PM   Subscribe

"What we are talking about here are models that reproduce real guns in details. These are acting mechanisms and real copies of guns decreased 4-4.5 times. They could fire if real bullets were used."
posted by Slap*Happy (12 comments total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
That's awesome. And the guy looks so goddamn happy, so satisfied.
posted by notsnot at 9:03 PM on February 18, 2012

When his small son refused to play with other kids because all of them had bicycles of their own and he didn’t, Alexander invented a model no one else could boast of.

Well??? Don't leave us hanging, English-Russia!
posted by kmz at 9:05 PM on February 18, 2012

Obvious viral marketing.
posted by cjorgensen at 9:12 PM on February 18, 2012

Some of those adds on the right sidebar don't seem to match the pictures....
posted by Redhush at 9:13 PM on February 18, 2012

I am trying to equate Trek fetishism with foot fetishism with gun (even if in miniature) fetishism.

However, images of death and war keep getting in the way.

Plus, I don't even have time for book fetishism. Sorry, posting late at night is not a good idea.
posted by kozad at 9:15 PM on February 18, 2012

Teeny tiny guns aren't the problem. The problem is making all those teeny tiny bullets to go in them. And remember, teeny tiny guns don't kill people. Teeny tiny people kill other teeny tiny people. And probably look adorable while doing it.
posted by scalefree at 9:37 PM on February 18, 2012 [3 favorites]

Wow those are some gigantic matches.
posted by xedrik at 9:51 PM on February 18, 2012 [3 favorites]

Obvious viral marketing.

Yeah, and my malware scanner threw some warnings at me.
posted by lumpenprole at 1:37 AM on February 19, 2012

More like Engrish Russia - While the original Russian captions are fine, the translation is full of odd errors:
“The Webley Air Guns, UK”. (English Webley revolver)
“The 1951 Hubley Colt 45 GUN” (Colt model 1851)
“The Smith & Wesson Model, 10×67 mm” (Smith&Wesson 10,67 mm; that's .45 inch translated to metric scale)
“The Russian silicon gun, 1812″. (Russian flintlock pistol)

posted by hat_eater at 4:55 AM on February 19, 2012

"Being this is a tiny replica of a .44 magnum, the most powerful tiny handgun in the world, you've got to ask yourself a question, do I feel lucky?"
posted by Smedleyman at 12:22 PM on February 19, 2012 [2 favorites]

I like the Russian hand cannon.
posted by Smedleyman at 12:23 PM on February 19, 2012

Those are the biggest matches I've ever seen!
posted by Four Flavors at 1:11 PM on February 20, 2012

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