There have been some attempts to create a sort of catch-and-release hunting in the past, and these guys think they've created the tool to make it fly.
Brothers Randy and Michael Gregg were out the day after deer season ended, and decided to stalk up on a bedded deer and shot…with a camera through their rifle scope (editor's note: this article does not say why the Gregg brothers had a rifle with them the day after deer season ended).
What they designed was basically a gun-shaped camera that they're calling the "Kill Shot." They hope their invention won't replace guns, but will be a non-lethal addition to arsenals. As the inventors say, it could be an excellent tool for teaching gun safety and hunting to any new hunter, or for someone who likes to carry a "gun" even in the off season.
Along with their brother Daniel, they "are currently raising funds for prototype and commercial development of the Kill Shot (or whatever it'll be called) on Kickstarter. A pledge of US$150 will get you one, should they ever see production," according to GizMag.com. –Brian McClintock
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Think this invention is weird? How about a double barrel pistol?