U.S. Navy Destroys Their Own Previous RailGun Record

An electromagnetic railgun offers a velocity previously unattainable in a conventional weapon, speeds that are incredibly powerful on their own. In fact, since the projectile doesn’t have any explosives itself, it relies upon that kinetic energy to do damage. And at 11 a.m. today, the Navy produced a 33-megajoule firing — more than three times the previous record set by the Navy in 2008.

So when will the railgun become a working weapon? Both Ellis and Carr expect fully functional railguns on the decks of U.S. Navy ships in the 2025 time frame.

Full story – HERE

Ugh 2025… and only on ships?  I want one NOWWWWWW!


One response to “U.S. Navy Destroys Their Own Previous RailGun Record”

  1. “This video is not available in your country.”
    Yeah. For US gov., Eurasia = terrorists. We can’t show them our gun vids… Ah well.