Company in Texas making Syrian “Hell Cannons,” “Claymore Roombas”- and it’s all legal

Company in Texas making Syrian “Hell Cannons,” “Claymore Roombas”- and it’s all legal Company in Texas making Syrian “Hell Cannons,” “Claymore Roombas”- and it’s all legal

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A Texas-based group known as Ordnance Lab is constructing all the kinds of high-explosive DIY projects anyone could ever want- and it’s all legal.... Company in Texas making Syrian “Hell Cannons,” “Claymore Roombas”- and it’s all legal

A Texas-based group known as Ordnance Lab is constructing all the kinds of high-explosive DIY projects anyone could ever want- and it’s all legal.

Ordnance Lab, which has access to the necessary licensing required to manufacture destructive devices, has urged its impressive social media following to hand them the kind of projects people would like to do in their own garages- but can’t, particularly out of fear of prison time and having their dogs shot by the ATF.

OL markets themselves as a no-nonsense group dedicated to understanding all kinds of different forms of ordnance, from replicas of improvised Syrian Civil War weaponry to the “Claymore Roomba” concept, made popular by so-called “boogaloo memes.”

“Ordnance Lab is about bringing explosives and legit ordnance to life without all the political and social baggage that normally comes with weapons,” the group wrote on their Facebook page. “Our goal is to offer original, apolitical, VetBro and Operator Beard-free content on explosives and weapons.”

To give the full experience, OL also has a YouTube channel and frequently teams up with other manufacturers.

One particular item of interest, which was posted to Facebook, is the Syrian “Hell Cannon.”

Interestingly enough, the specific design of the cannon makes it quite lucrative to manufacture, at least when it comes to averting the attention of the ATF.

“We’re working with our friends at Weapon Genetics on getting the launcher for our Syrian ‘Hell Cannon’ ready,” OL wrote. “Funny enough, it looks like it will be a muzzle-loading design that ATF won’t even consider a ‘firearm,’ much less a Destructive Device.”

The munitions used in the device are made from crudely welded scrap that can be found just about anywhere.

Improvised munitions are a staple part of most modern civil wars, as proper munitions can be hard to come by.

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