Google Glass meets its maker via a Vector submachine gun

Google Glass meets its maker via a Vector submachine gun
The tech assassin has returned with killer slow-motion video action and Google Glass 2.0 eyewear as the target of destruction.

To accomplish the task, Rick Ryan uses not just one, but two Kriss Vector submachine guns that fire a whopping 1200 rounds-per-minute. These things fire a 45-caliber round, just like you might find in a classic 1911 handgun.  In short, whatever these rounds hit, it is going to hurt.

Given the nature of the firearm versus the size of the target, you can expect that things will get quite messy. Of all the rounds fired, only two actually hit Glass, the rest go on to lay waste to whatever else they hit. Still, hitting anything exactly on target on full-auto is quite an accomplishment.

In the second set-up, Ryan bears down on Glass with two Vectors, essentially shooting from the hip. Again, only one round hits, but it is the fatal blow as the rest of the assembly and stand are disintegrated by the slugs coming down range. We will give credit for even hitting the stand, let alone Glass, with a firing position like that.

As expected, Glass falls in a hail of gun fire. You can catch all the action in super slow-motion in the video below.

source: RatedRR (YouTube)



2. Commentator

Posts: 3723; Member since: Aug 16, 2011

I suppose it's a good thing nobody was using them at the time...

3. Finalflash

Posts: 4063; Member since: Jul 23, 2013

Meets its maker?? It was sent back to Google's X lab?

5. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

HATER wasting 1,200$ another idiot

6. Sauce unregistered

Don't be mad because you can't afford to throw away $1,200.

7. brrunopt

Posts: 742; Member since: Aug 15, 2013

that was beautiful

11. greenlife

Posts: 21; Member since: Mar 26, 2014

that was good

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