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Lawyers Guns and Money

Lawyers Guns and Money

Google Investor Offers Cash Prize For ‘The iPhone of Guns’

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With legislators debating the pros and cons of high-tech handguns, Silicon Valley tech types are salivating over the potential to disrupt the multi-billion-dollar American gun market.

“We need the iPhone of guns,” Ron Conway, an early investor in Google and Facebook, told the Post. “The entrepreneur who does this right could be the Mark Zuckerberg of guns. Then the venture capitalists like me will dive in, give them capital, and we will build a multibillion-dollar gun company that makes safe, smart guns.” Read More

Lawyers Guns and Money

This High Tech Injection Heals Gunshot Wounds in 15 Seconds

The XStat, pre-injection. (Facebook)

An Oregon based startup might have revolutionized the way we heal gunshot wounds.

Startup RevMedx, which develops products for military medics and members of the emergency services, has created a device that can heal a gunshot wound in 15 seconds, Popular Science reports. The device is called XStat, and its creators are hoping the FDA will approve it for use by medical professionals. Read More

Lawyers Guns and Money

New Organ Destroying “R.I.P.” Bullet Has Completely Sold Out

The new R.I.P. bullets. (Facebook)

Nobody wanted to buy segways, but a deadly new copper bullet “designed to take out all your vital organs” has completely sold out. Cool, ‘Murica.

Georgia’s G2 Research has developed a bullet called the “Radically Invasive Projectile,” or—ugh—R.I.P. for short, The Blaze reports. The R.I.P., which is being marketed as the “last round you’ll ever need,” “travels at 1265 feet per second and enters a target with devastating force,” an advertisement says. “The R.I.P. then seperates [sic] into 9 distinct wound channels inside the target.” Read More