Tupperware turret airsoft gun

Posted on Friday, April 1st, 2011 in hacks by Ian

Chris built a Tupperware turret airsoft gun:

This “Tupperware Turret” is a highly modified airsoft pistol put onto a pan and tilt platform with a turret cover. It rotates, tilts up and down and has precise fire control. Control is done wirelessly with a generic TV remote control.

Thanks Chris! Via the contact form.

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3 Responses to “Tupperware turret airsoft gun”

  1. MichaelZ says:

    That will go well with my USB Rocket Launcher.

  2. Tommy says:


    How is the WAF (woman acceptance factor) for this item?

  3. Kevin Orley says:

    This may be the best airsoft mod ever. Only problem is the other teams will say it’s not fair. I want to try posting some of them up in the trees surrounding my base and light people up.

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