The Night-Night Guns are a prototype tranquilizer weapons family, including sniper rifle and handgun designs. They were engineered by S.H.I.E.L.D. scientists Jemma Simmons and Leo Fitz, and were ultimately replaced by an upgraded version called the I.C.E.R.
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Night-Night Gun Rifle Version
Agent Grant Ward used Leo Fitz' original Night-Night Gun prototype, modeled after a sniper rifle, to tranquilize Michael Peterson, a man who was in danger of dying from the use of Extremis. This would have caused a violent explosion in the middle of Union Station, killing many civilians. In a surprising turn the dendrotoxin used by the gun fully stabilized Peterson's condition.
Night-Night Gun Pistol Version
Following the successful use of Leo Fitz's prototype Night-Night Gun, Fitz developed a set of pistols based on the same technology to be a light-weight and versatile, non-lethal weapon for Coulson's Team to carry and use in field missions.
Basically a miracle born of engineering and bio-chemistry, these custom tranquilizer weapons—or as Agent Fitz likes to call them “Night-Night Guns"—are the perfect tools for stopping someone without killing them.
The rifle fires non-lethal bullets with heavy stopping power that break up under the subcutaneous tissue (or skin). From there, the bullets deliver a tiny amount of dendrotoxin, incapacitating the target long enough for them to be secured and without any harmful side effects in the process.
Sniper Rifle Model
The Night-Night Sniper Rifle is based on standard sniper rifles, able to take out targets over a moderate strategic distance using a small caliber cartridge. A top mounted sight helps acquire and track targets over a distance.
The Night-Night Pistol utilizes eight .45 caliber cartridges in a semi-automatic firing mode with a therapeutic dose of the dendrotoxin.
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