Make Life 1000x More Fun With the Can Cannon

While some people may be cautious of a shaken can of beer or pop, others like to live on the edge. At the next tailgate, grill out, or whatever outdoor activity, take it up a notch. If you think drinking beer out of a cooler is too basic, or you simply live to entertain and cans are your tools of choice, there’s a powerful, fun device with your name on it. No, we’re not talking about subbing cans for bowling pins. For the fearless and fun-loving, make any event more exciting with the Can Cannon from X Products.

 

Nonstop fun and entertainment

The name says it all. This product is perfect for launching cans and other thin-walled objects that size. Shoot tennis balls all over the court or at your enemies (just kidding, don’t hit people). Launch t-shirts at your next brand event. Or when you need to channel your inner Batman, you can also use the X Products Grappling Hook! X Products is designing other accessories to complement the Can Cannon as well, including a net launcher, dog training toys for duck hunting and retrieval, and even a harpoon. It’s currently configured to launch full, unopened 12 oz. cans.

The Can Cannon attaches to your AR-15 or M16 rifle and is 100% legal (check your local laws, of course). The product is approved by the BATFE, also known as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. It’s patent-pending and features a proprietary gas ported barrel and pressure tube, which reduces the exposure to high-pressure gasses so your projectiles don’t fall apart. When the Can Cannon is used with standard mil-spec blanks and fired at the optimal 45-degree angle, your projectiles can reach up to 105 yards. Smooth low-drag objects, which would have the least resistance against air pressure, would give you the most distance. Safety glasses, hearing protection, and gloves should be worn while operating the device. To ensure proper use of the Can Cannon, follow the operator’s manual for instructions and how to maintain the product. Buy Here

 

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