Duck Hunt : A Real Gun Based On Nintendo’s Zapper Gun Created by A Texas-Based Company – The prototype mashing exact Syndicate on Facebook responded to criticism of firearms “Glock Nintendo’s” Nintendo Zapper shell-inspiring. This additional game was originally released in 1984 in Japan, the NES console. The debate began last Wednesday when decision-makers have been creating a custom retro toy gun Duck Gunby inspired shells and upload to Facebook.
Although the post was shared more than 147,000 times and has accumulated more than 8,300 comments on Facebook. Someone who grew up in 1980, let alone 90 or Nintendo Zapper Gun used in Duck Hunt and other games, what would you think of a real gun? The company in Texas has decided to explain, because it’s true.
Precision Firearms, LLC wrote on Facebook that has no plans to mass produce weapons, and the design of “one-off”:
“Because the drama” Nintendo Glock, we feel that the media and the fans need to know that the arms will not be great and never will be. This is a custom built one-time friend. Even the thousands of emails and messages that we have received in the past two days failed to find anyone with the way in time, be patient, we will be with you as soon as possible. Thank you to everyone for your support! Oh, and please .. store your gun locked and away from children, it is justified. ”
However, this is not a toy gun again. Many come Precision firearms, LLC execution, while others feared that the mass production of plastic arms could blurring the boundaries between the real and games.
For those who have never played “Duck Hunt” Nintendo once popular game where players shoot the ducks pointing laser TV games, a rifle company based in Texas often looks horrified. Look at what the “Duck Hunt” Nintendo Zapper looks like this:
The report of the modified Glock led up to the storm on the Web, mostly probably people who are afraid of the risk that such products by the police and children.
Hopefully you did not go through it!