A New Concept Infantry Rifle?
In the same way sheet metal worker Evelyn Owen devised and prototyped the famous Owen Gun in Wollongong in World War 2, Martin Grier in his Colarado suburban garage has produced a revolutionary new rifle which the US Army may adopt.
Ordnance supply officers will wring their hands if the 'Ribbon Gun" comes into full-scale production because this "dad-blasted" blaster fires "squillions" of rounds a minute.
Battlefield supply issues aside, it's a fascinating concept. Human beings never cease to amaze me with their ongoing development of more efficient ways to harm each other. But if it's on our side, that's a small plus. See the report from The Gazette here.
And the video below: