A group of Idaho high school students have created a 15-foot-long grill modeled after a Smith & Wesson Magnum 500 revolver.
The students created the gun-shaped grill as part of a project in their welding class and donated the final product to a local gun store. When the grill is fired up, its smoke is released through the barrel-shaped exhaust port, giving the appearance that the revolver has just been shot.
"We'll use it for customer-appreciation barbecues, functions, and have it front of the store," Wrenco Arms co-owner Doug Harlicker tells the Bonner County Daily Bee. "It's kind of a neat little deal." Harlicker's son Stefan was one of the students who worked on creating the grill.
The revolver-shaped grill may not have much appeal to gun control advocates. But even if you're opposed to the imagery, you could still theoretically use the grill to cook up plenty of healthy eating options. At the end of the day, it's still a better image than being carted out of the Heart Attack Grill.