Man Builds Gun That Shoots Masks Onto People’s Faces
Over the course of the COVID pandemic, a growing consensus has emerged among researchers that masks are at least somewhat helpful — and perhaps quite effective — at suppressing the spread of the coronavirus.
“This is not a world of fact anymore,” he said in the video. “This is a world of opinion and emotion. And if there’s one thing that coronavirus protesters actually care about, it’s the Second Amendment. Guns.”
Pan fixed four magnets to the straps on the back of the mask so that they’d tangle together on impact, and added sticky strips to the inside of the mask’s surface for even more adhesive power.
First he tested it on a variety of mannequin heads. Then he tried it out on himself. And then he even headed to Huntington Beach, CA — a hotbed of anti-mask sentiment — to give the public a chance to try it out.