Corner Shot: Who Says Bullets Don’t Bend?

Corner Shot: Who Says Bullets Don't Bend?


Officer safety just got safer. With the CornerShot system, officers may safely remain behind cover and concealment and still return fire…around corners! The system turns pistols, such as a Sig Sauer or Glock, into a very short, bendable rifle.

The pistol attaches to the front of the CornerShot (you can see the slide portion of the pistol at the top, front). The shooter is then able to swivel the system in either direction. A camera and screen is also fixed to the weapon which allows the officer to view his target while safely remaining behind cover. The camcorder features a crosshair sighting system just like a rifle scope.

Notice the pitol attached to the top front of the system.

CornerShot is also available as a grenade launcher (above), a ,223 caliber rifle (below)

And as a non-lethal weapon that fires pepper balls (tiny plastic-like balls that disperse pepper spray upon contact with the target).

I know, the holiday wish list just got longer. This little item would make a great stocking stuffer!

*CornerShot is a registered trademark belonging to the company of the same name. All images used on this site belong to CornerShot.

6 replies
  1. Gretchen Jones
    Gretchen Jones says:

    Remember those cardboard periscopes we had as kids? This kinda takes that to the next level. Now, if they could just figure out a way to make a lowfat doughnut…gj

  2. D. Swords
    D. Swords says:

    I don’t know, Lee. Seems okay, I guess.

    When I was in the academy in the late 70’s, part of our firearms training was a week’s worth of trigonometry, so we could learn how to bounce bullets off solid objects and hit a suspect with ricochet.

    You believe me, don’t you, Lee?

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