After several months of deliberation, the Can Cannon from X-Products has been approved by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
The cannon is a simulated grenade launcher and multi-use tool. The primary use: launching full 12-ounce soda cans 105 yards with Mil Standard Blanks.
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The Can Cannon will now be available with a small design modification that makes it “not a firearm” in the eyes of the ATF.
“The Can Cannon has been officially acquitted by the BATF and is not considered a short barrel shotgun, short barrel rifle, or ‘any other weapon’ when installing it on an AR-15 lower receiver,” reads a statement from X-Products. “Our new design restores the Can Cannon back to the status of ‘not a firearm’ and ‘not a destructive device’ in the eyes of the law.”
“Stay tuned, we will be announcing a part swap program for our existing cannon customers shortly.”
Please visit XProducts.com to read the entire letter from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
For more on the Can Cannon, please check out this video of the blaster firing away at the range on Tactical-Life.com.
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