AK-MP3 Jukebox - MP3s Instead Of Bullets

Posted: Feb 8 2004, 7:29pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:15pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

AK-MP3 Jukebox - MP3s instead of Bullets
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British Company AudioBooksForFree.Com (ABFF) introduces the AK-MP3 Jukebox.

The AK-MP3 Jukebox is a MP3 player built into the body of the ammunition magazine of Kalashnikov automatic rifle.
The Player could be used on its own or it could be attached to the Kalashnikov machinegun instead of the ordinary magazine.
The AK-MP3 Jukebox comes with 20GB storage capable to hold up to 9000 songs or 3000 hours of mp3 audio books. The AK-MP3 is conceived by ex-rock-star Andrey Koltakov (BONIFACIY), he states: "This is our bit for World Peace, Hopefully, from now on many Militants and Terrorists will use their AK47s to listen to music and audio books…They need to chill out and take it easy". More details and Photos.

The Machine Gun Jukebox sells for $350.

MP3s instead of bullets is generally a good. To support this story is real, which one could think its not see reports on the AK-MP3 at Ananova.com, The Scotsman

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