A guy from Saskatchewan, Canada has built a working single-shot 12 gauge shotgun out of a pipe, a stapler, a sharpened drill bit for the firing pin, miscellaneous metal bits, and a piece of an old Croc to pad the butt. This awesome dude also says on his YouTube page that he likes dirtbikes, tractors, electronics, MMA, and preparedness. But sorry ladies, he has a wife and two kids. You’ll just have to watch the video and dream of the lavish digs in Saskatchewan, Canada you could have been luxuriating in right now.
Warning: the video below contains harrowing scenes of watermelon violence. Every year, over ten thousand watermelons fall victim to mutilation by fireworks, comically-large sledgehammers, or homemade staple gun shotguns. For only 15 cents a day — the price of a cup of coffee nowhere near your house — you can sponsor a melon, gourd, or cucurbit. We’ll even send you some photocopied letters possibly written by your melon, gourd, or cucurbit. Will these letters explain what a cucurbit is? There’s only one way to find out: by picking up the phone and sponsoring a Cucurbitaceae today.
[I believe you have my stapler, Neatorama.]