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Paging Tony Stark

Victorian lasers

Palm-sized blaster

The Blade Driver

Pulse power

Flaming hands

Gauss Rifle

Wrist crossbow

Laser Revolver

Do you crave a laser gun? German DIY meister Patrick Priebe can help you out. A diehard fan of the "Iron Man" films, Priebe is also crazy about lasers.

A former lab technician, Priebe combined his passions in his homemade Iron Man Laser Gauntlet, which fires two blue 1.2W lasers as well as two 4mW lasers for aiming. While he's excited about the third installment of the film series, he says he has no plans to create a full Iron Man suit.

Caption by / Photo by Patrick Priebe
Priebe's Steampunk Laser Blaster is an ornate weapon for a more civilized age. It has two lasers, a 1.3W blue laser for firing and a 3mW red laser for aiming.
Caption by / Photo by Patrick Priebe
This nifty Micro Laser Gun fits in the palm of your hand. It has a blue 1.2W laser and can run for 30 minutes on a battery charge.
Caption by / Photo by Patrick Priebe
Here's a crossbow that Chewbacca would love. The Blade Driver has a 30mW green aiming laser and it fires rotating circular blades. Check out this puppy taking down a watermelon here.
Caption by / Photo by Patrick Priebe
Priebe's Pulse Laser Gun emits a powerful blast of infrared light that can instantly pop balloons. A demo video also shows it punching holes through plastic.
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The Flame Glove shoots fire from the palm of your hand -- if you have the guts to try it. This video shows the butane-powered flamethrower sending out a column of flame from Priebe's hand. Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, it's not for sale.
Caption by / Photo by Patrick Priebe
The 4-stage Gauss Rifle fires steel slugs, which Priebe says are sped along by the gun's magnetic field.

"Each coil makes it go faster, if you do it right!" he adds.

Caption by / Photo by Patrick Priebe
Light and compact, the Wrist Bow is only 5.7 inches long and features a mini crossbow and aiming laser.

Activated by a thumb trigger, it fires bolts with brass-steel tips that can easily puncture fruit, cans, and balloons. It has a range of 30 feet.

Caption by / Photo by Patrick Priebe
Inspired by the first-person shooter Rage, this steampunk-style Laser Revolver has a wooden grip and metal body. It has a 1.6W blue laser diode that can burn wood at a distance.
Caption by / Photo by Patrick Priebe
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