ElasticPrecision Rubber Band Sub-Machine Gun

Mar 25, 2016

Category: Gear

Rubber band wars are about to get real. Who needs hands when you have the ElasticPrecision rubber band machine gun? Modeled after an MP5 sub-machine gun, each firearm is made from 100 percent solid hard Maple, no plastic included.

Now, all your office coworkers within 30 feet will feel the wrath of up to 24 rubber bands of boredom. It fires as fast as you can pull the trigger, giving you the advantage over Bob in the next cubicle. And to top it all off, it looks good, feels good, and best of all – made in the USA. Each gun also features a fully adjustable sliding stock for shoulder support. The MP5 is known throughout our police and military forces as the most commonly used sub-machine gun. Well, now’s your chance to get your hands on one without worrying about a permit and get back to occupying office downtime on a Wednesday afternoon. They’re available now for $115. [Purchase]

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