Say hello to my little friend.
A group of students from an Idaho high school had a novel idea for their final project in welding class. They crafted a working grill in the shape of a Smith & Wesson Magnum 500 revolver.
After receiving a grade, the students donated the finished grill to a local gun store.
“We’ll use it for customer-appreciation barbecues, functions and have it out in front of the store,” said Wrenco Arms co-owner Doug Harlicker. “It’s kind of a neat little deal.”
Harlicker’s son was one of the high school students responsible for the ambitious undertaking. He designed the gun grill to release smoke through its extended barrel.
The awesome invention is pictured below. Even gun control advocates can’t argue with the result.