That refreshing taste of a minigun in the open desert (VIDEOS)

11/8/18 7:30 AM | by

That refreshing taste of a minigun in the open desert (VIDEOS)

For those of you with a soft spot for surplus vending machines, this could be hard to watch. Edwin Sarkissian shows up for work with a 6-barreled M134 Minigun capable of spewing 7.62x51mm NATO at just an amazing rate of fire for as long as you have a budget for bullets. Using a retired Coke machine as a target, it just chews it up.

Sarkissian borrowed the minigun from Battlefield Vegas, which is Guns.com’s home away from home when cruising The Strip, after all, what’s not to like about a place that has a fleet of military vehicles and 500 machine guns on tap.

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