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Out Of This World: Introducing The $4.5 Million Meteorite Handgun: “Heat-Treated by God”

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

We’ve featured some pretty awesome weapons at our web site, but perhaps none as unique as the Cabot Guns Big Bang Pistol.

Unlike other handguns you may have seen, the .45 caliber Cabot 1911’s took over 4 billion years to come to fruition and find their origins in the moment the universe was created. According to Robb Report the pair are “the first mechanical devices made from a meteorite in the history of mankind.”

The gun maker used Gibeon meteorite, a premium metal because it is non-rusting says Cabot metallurgist Jay Morely.

The firearms come in a set of two (left and right handed) and within minutes of the announcement an interested buyer offered up $1 million for the pair without having ever laid eyes on them.

The eventual purchase price after a bidding war ensued?

$4.5 million.

Cabot metallurgist Jay Morely tells Robb Report. “But it was heat-treated by God—born in enormous heat, frozen solid in space, heated again as it blasted into Earth’s atmosphere, and then cooled again. It’s relatively soft and full of inclusions, bits of debris that hit the meteor at thousands of miles an hour millions of years ago.”

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2 comments to Out Of This World: Introducing The $4.5 Million Meteorite Handgun: “Heat-Treated by God”

  • tomche

    Personally, I love shooting,and have enjoyed it for many years. But this just seems such a waste…
    To think that this ancient, extremely rare item was sliced and diced to….make a weapon?? Have we really fallen that far?
    A gun, of all things? Don’t we have enough of them already??

  • KRELL427

    I would prefer 8.233 metric tonnes of silver that money would buy.

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