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Wacky Product of the Week #7 : World's Smallest Gun

Ever want to just shoot the person sitting next to you but want to do it discreetly so that they are really surprised?

I have the perfect solution. It's the Xythos revolver, a teeny tiny Six shooter revolver, or as I think of it, The World's Smallest Gun.

Th merchant for this tiny gun says "In addition to serious use, Xythos can also be used for entertainment. Colourful flares and a festive gun salute help set the mood for numerous celebrations such as birthday parties, weddings and anniversaries and bring a smile to the face of adults and children alike."

This "signal set" contains the six-shooter, all nice and nickel-plated, a spare cylinder, thirty-six cartridges, one flare adapter, and nine color flares.

You can find this at Singulier.

So if you had a tiny gun, what would you do with it? Would you just use it on small things?

Comments
Nov 25, 2007
by Body Beauty

Serious use?

So does that mean you can shoot someone with this tiny gun and hurt someone?

Feb 1, 2008
by Anonymous (not verified)

this gun can kill if used correctly and

i would be surprised if someone didn't try to take it on a plane-with their keys!
google- worlds smallest and lethal guns.

Dec 11, 2008
by Anonymous

'practical use'? that means

'practical use'? that means it can be used to hurt?

Jan 14, 2009
by Anonymous

Smallest Flare Gun

I actually have this. I purchased this exact gun in a little Swiss Army Knife shop in Basel Switzerland. I also bought enough flares and caps to last me some time. I still have it and this is the first time I have seen it discussed. Yes it works shooting flares up to 100 feet in the air. Yes, the flare could hurt you. As for any other projectile, well I don't think so. You have to screw a barrel onto the gun, insert the cap into the revolver chamber and then drop a flare into the barrel. Then click the trigger and Bang!!! Up goes the flare. I wouldn't sell mine unless I knew the shop was still in business in Switzerland and Iknew I could replace it.