Hunting is a sport enjoyed by many, but unfortunately isn’t very safe due to the fact that real guns are being used. Well some folks have thought of a solution to the problem and introduced the tentatively named KillShot camera. Designed in the shape of a hunting rifle, it lets users “hunt” their prey without having to dish out any firepower. Instead of shooting bullets, the KillShot shoots photographs of targets, with the crosshairs intact.
With the KillShot, hunters can go after animals without worrying about accidentally misfiring their weapons, and animals won’t have to suffer in the name of the sport as well. In fact, this KillShot camera could even make “hunting” endangered animals acceptable! However if it isn’t used to replace big game hunting, the KillShot can even be used as a training weapon that anybody can use without having to fear for safety. And in the worst case scenario – it’s just a very awkwardly shaped camera.
The KillShot is currently a project that requires some Kickstarter funding to become a reality, so if you’re interested in picking up one of these just head over to its Kickstarter page. Prices start at $150 if you want to get your hands on one of these.
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