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- Scott in 1902 e Broyles in 1974
- "Metal Storm Weapons". Popular Mechanics Hearst Corporation [S.l.] 7 December 2004. Consultado em 22 January 2012.
Through his company, Metal Storm Ltd., the Australian inventor hopes to apply this technology to a variety of military and commercial products worldwide.
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- Gourley, Scott (2001). "Metal Storm Weapons". Popular Mechanics. Hearst Communications.
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- "Metal Storm Limited - Resolutions Passed at Annual General Meeting". Business Wire. 21 May 2004. Consultado em 13 February 2007. Predefinição:Dl
- Staff (26 July 2012). "Metal Storm up for sale". The Australian [S.l.: s.n.] AAP. Consultado em 27 July 2012.
- Metal Storm Completes First Shoulder Firing of MAUL Shotgun, IBT, 30 April 2009, accessed 10 May 2009