400 Bullets movie download In the 50s and 60s, the world had rocket fever. Humanity was taking its first steps in space and had places of interest on the Moon. Children could build rockets at the kitchen table and throw them in the school playground. On the darker side, the arms race was underway with the United States and the USSR trying to close the fictitious missile gap.
Throughout the world, the engineers were trying to do new things with rockets. Among these were Robert Mainhardt and Arthur T. Biehl, who thought that rockets could be useful as small weapons. Together they formed MBA (Short for Mainhardt and Biehl Associates), with one eye towards future weapons, specifically the rocket bullets.
The first project in which they worked was the Finjet. Tiny (from 1 to 3 mm diameter) Rockets similar to needles with steel tips. The rockets were made of plastic molded by injection. There were plans to make them of soluble or flammable materials, so that the rockets would eventually be burned or dissolved in the body fluids of a victim. A magic bullet that hurt and disappeared, without leaving trace behind. If this sounds like something 007 would use, you’re not far away. MBA weapons appeared prominently in James Bond’s film “You only live twice”, it was not the Finjet that made the screen, however, was its rear design, the endless gyrojet.