Saturday, November 27, 2021

    World’s Smallest Working Revolver


    The Swiss Mini Gun holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest working revolver. It is 5.5 cm long, 3.5 cm tall, and 1 cm wide, and weighs only 19.8g. Because the Swiss Mini Gun is so easy to conceal, countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom have declared it illegal to import. While its small size is uncommon, this little pistol has all of the same functions as a standard-sized double-action revolver. It could only be made using processes utilised in the Swiss watchmaking and jewellery sectors.

    The Swiss Mini Gun C1ST stainless steel model comes with a sleek leather carrier, 24 live and 24 blank cartridges, and a cleaning set. The holster comes with a keyring that may be hooked to a belt loop as an accessory. The price mentioned on the Swiss Mini Gun website for exportation exempt from Swiss VAT is 6,300 Swiss francs ($6,820).

    The world’s smallest working revolver is also available in an 18K gold version, which comes in a luxurious green-tinted maple wood box with an 18K gold key holder, a green rocket-launcher tube, 48 cartridges, 24 live and 24 blank, and 36 luminous rockets, 12 of each red, green, and white, and a cleaning set. These are exclusively created to order, based on the buyer’s specifications.

    Although the Swiss Mini Gun functions like a standard-sized pistol, there has been much discussion about its firepower. Because the United States and the United Kingdom have prohibited its importation, there have been allegations that the tiny revolver could be used to kill or gravely injure people. According to the manufacturer, this is improbable.

    “We would like to take this opportunity to inform journalists interested in writing articles about our product that the power of most airguns or BB guns, which are freely available in many countries, can exceed more than ten times the power of our ammunition,” according to the Swiss Mini Gun website. “The Swiss Mini Gun Cal. 2.34m/m ammo has a power of just under 1 joule.”

    Ballistic expert Steven Howard once told Business Insider that the world’s smallest revolver could theoretically be used to kill someone, but only “if your shot is absolutely perfect” and you hit the “thinnest part of the skull at point range and under perfect conditions.”

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