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Top 10 Unique Weapon Ever Invented

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Here is a strange weapons that were created by people who have the skill and imagination are quite unique and even some sort of weird.

Most are used in the military, some from this weapon works very effectively as Claw of Archimedes, who made ​​the Roman army was so scared, so they think when you're fighting against God. Some will not really be implemented because of various factors or may be too weird.
10. Animal Bombs

In World War II, the United States tried to bat with a small incendiary bomb because of the many bats that tersedi and their ability to carry more than its own weight and the fact that they are able to find hiding places such as buildings in the daytime.

Britain tried to use a mouse to death with plastic explosives in it. They think that when the Germans would shovel them into the boiler with the coal they would explode.

In the Soviet Union, anti-tank dogs were trained to think that the food is always kept under the tanks and armored vehicles.

Then his body and removed the explosives attached to the battlefield where they will run directly under the tank and exploded, making a fatal damage on the bottom of the tank

Whose idea is this?
Mastermind behind the bomb bats are dental surgeon Lytle S. Adams, the idea was approved by President Roosevelt in 1942.Tikus exploded was one of the development of the British Special Operations Executive organization, the organization began in World War II.

But before the mouse can be used, the first shipment was intercepted by Germany and Britain to cancel the plan. The use of dogs for military purposes in the Soviet Union began in 1924 and specialized training school was established in Moscow Oblast.
9.The Sword Breaker (sword Destroyer)

Medieval weapons, swords breaker with serrated cutters on one side. During the battle the knight sword would catch his opponent in one of the serrations and with a quick touch will destroy the opponent's sword.

Who Is this idea?
It is not known, but began to be used in the Medieval Era, and is one of many tools for ksatri weapons.
8. Man Catcher

Man catcher is the kind of pole weapon with two prongs, each with a semicircular nails around the eyes.

This weapon was designed as a means to attract people from the horse and play a major role in the Middle Ages to capture the enemy's kingdom or other nobles for ransom.

Man catcher is also used to trap and hold dangerous prisoners.

Who's idea was this?
No one knows who invented this man catcher, but this weapon into use in Europe during the medieval period and used until the 18th century.

In ancient Japan Edo period, there is also the same weapon called sasumata the enemy pinned to the ground or wall. A variation of susamata still used today by the police anti-riot Japan.
7. Puckle Gun

Often regarded as the first machine gun, or weapon Puckle Defense Gun is barrel flintlock rifle with a tripod-mounted single-cylinder multi-shot spin.

Designed for use on boats to prevent the dock and could fire 63 shots in seven minutes.

But what makes this strange and unique weapon is his ability to shoot two kinds of bullets, bullet round that will be used against the enemies of Christians and square bullets should be used against the Muslim Turks.

Square bullet was considered more painful and in accordance with the patent that will convince Turkey of the benefits of Christian civilization.

Who's idea was this?
Puckle Gun invented by British inventor, lawyer and author, James Puckle in 1718. This patent is one of the first patent that lists about how this weapon works. Although some investors pulled Puckle Gun never widely produced much, because its components are complicated.
6. Flying Aircraft Carriers (Aircraft Carrier)

Included in many popular novels, TV shows and movies, an aircraft carrier at the time plainly to be part of the collective imagination of wartime society.

While some thought the type of vessel zeppelin with the plane over, after the Hindenberg disaster of all plans to build ships of this type are also rejected.

But then a lot of effort to haul jets closer to these types of weapons, including bombers and recently, the Boeing 747 dimodif for this business.

Who's idea was this?
Zeppelin Carrier developed by the U.S. Navy in World War II using a system where the aircraft is equipped with an anchor in the air that will be attached to a rope at the bottom of the ship.

Bombers were first used by the Japanese on kamikaze missions in World War II. Then the bomber and jet carrier was developed by NASA.
5. Lantern Shield (Lantern Shield)

A product of the Renaissance, Lantern Shield is not only a defensive tool but a weapon in itself. Lantern Shield is a small shelter that is added with a serrated knife, which is parallel with the long knife in the user's arm, nails and a lantern attached to the center of a shield with a hook.

Lantern covered with a skin flap and then transferred to confuse the attacker. But the tool is not so similar to military weapons, the tool is widely used by the fencers or as protection from criminals while walking the streets of the city at night.

Who's idea was this?
It is not known who discovered this lantern shield, but began to be used in the 16th century by the Italian. It has been regarded by some as the swiss army shield because it is a balance of defensive and attacking with a touch of the characteristics of psychological warfare for optimal results.
4. Project Habakkuk

During World War II, the metal is a precious commodity. Allied forces lost many ships due to German U-boat attack boats. So the British government plans to build an aircraft carrier from pykrete (a mixture of ice and wood pulp).

After much research, they decided that this ship will be measuring 2,000 feet by 40 feet thick hull to be built with a large cooling system and will be capable of carrying 150 planes.

Pykrete itself is made from wood pulp 14% wood and 86% water that is more easily repaired than traditional metal vessel.

Who's idea was this?
Pykrete created by Geoffrey Pyke when he was at work at Headquarters Joint Operations. But before the ship is produced, the war has ended and no more that feel the need to make the ship.
3. Claw of Archimedes

Claw of Archimedes was drafted in the third century AD to protect the citadel of Carthage Syracuse from the Roman naval attack. This tool is a giant crane with a giant hook attached to rope.

When a Roman ship near the city wall, the hook will reach the ship and lifted the ship out of the water. Then the ship was dropped so upside down and sank.

Machine very effectively concealed, hidden so that the Romans began to think that they fought against the gods.

Who's idea was this?
One of the biggest ideas in his time, Archimedes burdened with the task of defending the ruler of Syracuse by Heiro.Claw of Archimedes be useful during the Second Punic War when the Romans attacked Syracuse with more than 220 Quinqueremes.
2. Whirlwind Cannon (Cannon Whirlwind)

Whirlwind Cannon was built in Germany during World War II to produce man-made wind whirlwind. Engine works by creating an explosion in the engine and releasing them through the nozzles on their target.

A smaller scale model was built and is able to destroy the boards that 200 meters away. A full-size Whirlwind Cannon built but can not generate whirlwinds in height and the project was canceled.

Who's idea was this?
Whirlwind Cannon was the brainchild of Dr. Zippermeyer, an Austrian inventor who built a number of anti-aircraft weapons. During the war, his work was closely watched by the German Aviation Office as a way to protect Germany from Allied Air Force.

1. Gay Bombs

Halitosis or gay bomb bomb theoretically nonlethal. When used, will issue a strong female pheromones. The idea is that the aphrodisiac would make enemy soldiers are very attracted to each other so that they will be distracted and more vulnerable.

Who's idea was this?
Gay bomb was never really built but the idea was developed by the United States Air Force in 1994. The proposal was later discovered by the Sunshine Project through a request Freedom of Information Act.

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