DEAR SANTA: All I Want For Christmas Is This EPIC Minigun!

Does it GET any more kick-ass than this? Of course not. It's ok to admit it: You want one, and I want one, too.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on November 15, 2017

Does it GET any more kick-ass than this?

Of course not. It’s ok to admit it:

You want one, and I want one, too.

Looks like we’ll have to figure out how to get off that naughty list sometime before Christmas rolls around, doesn’t it?

It’s not a matter of wanting this gun — you NEED one of these in your life! Here’s something you can ask Santa for this year at Christmas time.

Via Full 30:

Video footage from Big Sandy MG shoot filmed by Rob Lippert and myself. Yes, 60 rounds a second is 3600 rounds a minute. Yes, the mini-guns don’t sound like lawn mowers but more like a Cox airplane… From short-barreled fire-breathers, to night tracers, there is a lot of mini-gun in this video.

Big Sandy MG shoot happens twice a year in Arizona. Besides Rob, I have never seen any other Youtube channels out there. They must all be crammed into Knob Creek. Don’t tell them about our little secret out West.

What does it look like in real-world application?

At night?

Un-frickin-believable.

It looks like it’s shooting a stream of fire.

Even the sound it makes is impressive.

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