Rubber Band Machine Gun

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Rubber band guns are great for the office, but if you’re looking to get the upper hand during the next toy gun war, you need to get yourself one of these rubber band machine guns.

This thing blows any other rubber band gun out of the water.  Thanks to a battery powered motor this bad boy can fire off a whopping 64 rubber bands with just a single pull of the trigger. If you can withstand the tediousness of double loading the bands, the RBmG can fire 128 bands in a trigger pull, all at a rapid fire rate of 800 rounds a minute. The gun itself can be assembled in less than 30 minutes using nothing a set of pliers and a screwdriver. The quality is top notch as well, seeing the Denver based XYZbot chose to construct the machine gun from precious laser cut wood parts. The RBmG has taken to Kickstarter to fund their project.

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