330 000$ not sure if i should buy. They just got a $1.2 million contract a few days ago and the price spiked, this site i put up the link to was put up on the 9th of may so i guess anyone that is seeing this is getting important info.
This is my opinion so don;t invest on any information i have provided. Metals storm is a very risky company to invest in so do alot of research before you take any action.
They got a useless ceo who wasted a lot of money and so they are reraising money at present. Contracts are still in the early stages and and the big ones are yet to take place.
Intellectually, I love the remote controlled little helicopter with a camera and a metalstorm gun. Originally used by Hollywood, it is hoped that it can be used to attack soldiers automatically. Check out the video on metalstorms site.
The most likely success story in my opinion is the ship defence system.
Metalstorm is not perfect, the velocity that the ammunition leaves the gun is not as high as conventional weapons. Its big advantage is the lightness of the equipment.
Terminator was science fiction of which I am a huge fan. The thing about science fiction is that unlike fantasy, it is set in a possible future reality.
The war machines of the future as shown in the movie are just a matter of time.
If you think this is bad, what about nanomachines that multiply when landing on human flesh, killing the human (who may be a 3 year old girl) and flying to somewhere else? People are working on it.
And a jump of 10% today.
An article was also posted on smh.
Interesting stuff, especially with this North Korea situation. Mayby the Chinese want to take the MST guns into N KOrea and blow em up!
Sydney Morning Herald - Former Metal Storm MD, Mike O'Dwyer, says he received a $US100m offer for the company's weapons technology. O'Dwyer says the man who made the offer, apparently an American, claimed to be consulting with representatives of the People's Liberation Army of China who were interested in the Brisbane-based company's weapon system. O'Dwyer says he reported the offer to Australia's Defence Security Authority and later received as many as six offers from Chinese companies interested in Metal Storm's electronic projectile weapons system. O'Dwyer would not name the man who made the initial offer for security reasons
spoke to a soldier for hire a few years back,, from S Africa.. mainly does flying on choppers,, on way to PNG to do secret work for mining companies.. usual stuff.. if the locals are a little loud.. send in these guys and they will never say another word!!
told me about one job in south africa where they tested rapid fire close range machine guns,, that more or less placed a bullet every 6 square inches.. like a modern day gattling gun.. so you basically do one run over a target and presto,, instant armagedon
reminded me of metalstorm type attrocity.. should this gun be used then forget the peace, anyone with one of those babies will rule.. cant wait to see a 14 yo sudan kid on the back of one of those suckers..
anyways he described how the manufactures would put the equipment on the SA army helicopters.. and this guy who was a pilot did the mission.. they were asked to fly over a village in angola and try it out at night.. any village would do and to come back with the film.. yep they needed to see what it looked like so the corporates could to do high fives in the board rooms..
so he ran the mission..
when you meet people like that you understand that the longer the corporate arm is from the killing field the easier it is to justify mass murder to the shareholders.. South Africa was the favoured place to test weapons.. i guess theres another place now in the middle east..
after describing what it looked like to see women and children being mowed down in the middle of the night.. shattering homes and huts..by the weapon he was paid to test you kinda hope that they never come up with a better way to mass murder...
enjoy the carnage if you invest in death..
dont complain if the hand that feeds you also turns its sights on you.
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