USA :Invent a gun to shoot masks at people and (sometimes) it works

met last Sunday in the Plaza de Colón (Madrid), they deny the use of the mask. Your bet is one gun that launches this effective measure to stop the contagion by coronavirus in the face of those who do not wear it, either due to lack of awareness or denial. The funny thing is, it works. At least part of the time. “Data-reactid =” 12 “>“An American problem demands American solutions”, Explain Allen Pan, youtuber and yiktoker, at the beginning of a video posted on his channel just a few days ago in which he claims to have found the solution to the problem of the people who, like those who met last Sunday in the Plaza de Colón (Madrid), they deny the use of the mask. Your bet is one gun that launches this effective measure to stop the contagion by coronavirus in the face of those who do not wear it, either due to lack of awareness or denial. The funny thing is, it works. At least part of the time.

His surprise, and that of those who have seen the video with the demos, is that it works. Of course, not always, as can be seen towards the end of the recording, when he went out to test it with ordinary citizens who were amused by the idea and decided to try their luck. The shot, as you can see, was somewhat erratic and you cannot be 100% sure where the mask will end up, whether on the face, on an ear or on the ground directly.

Allen Pan considers that refusal to wear masks is a very American problem and that is why he has devised a very American response: use a weapon. (Photo: Capture of Allen Pan’s YouTube channel)

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Gizmodo, Pan used parts from a car’s brake, the trigger from a paint spray, electrical components, and a “solenoid valve to control the flow of a pressurized CO2 canister.” As a touch, he added a laser sight that projects a green dot onto the target to which it points. “data-reactid =” 28 “> To build it, they explain on Gizmodo, Pan used parts from a car’s brake, the trigger from a paint spray, electrical components and a“ solenoid valve to control the flow of a pressurized CO2 container. ”As a touch, he added a laser sight that projects a green dot onto the target to which it points.

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