USB Powered Sniper Rifle BB Gun

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

If you’re looking to cause some havoc at the office, then this USB Powered BB Sniper Rifle is right up your alley. Don’t worry, it won’t hurt anyone. It will just annoy the hell out of them.

You might not be able to bring your actual Airsoft gun into the workplace, but you can bring this tiny, pellet firing sniper rifle to your desk. Powered by a standard USB outlet, the mini-gun will fire plastic BBs at your enemies, and has even been outfitted with a small camera nested atop the barrel of the gun that displays your target on the screen of your computer for precision shots, every time. Although it won’t hurt your co-workers, it will help keep you occupied during those long work days. For $100, you can grab your own from the Donya online store. See it in action below.

USB Powered BB Sniper Rifle 1

USB Powered BB Sniper Rifle 2

USB Powered BB Sniper Rifle 4

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