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    Remember the fun we had with rubber band guns? Well, Jan mentioned them during chat and I couldn't resist making them. Two will be gifts to my young grandsons, and their moms will be sooooooo mad at me. heh heh heh

    The others will be for sale at the craft show this weekend, providing I get them sanded and finished. If not, they will be here til the next show. LOL

    Politically correct? nope, but who cares, they are fun to shoot and no one I know lost an eyeball playing with one.

    Nancy in AZ
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    Nancy, Steve Good has a pattern for a rubber band machine gun. May as well arm the whole squad. Oily
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      It figures she'd blame me!

      Jan

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      • #4
        Originally posted by oily View Post
        Nancy, Steve Good has a pattern for a rubber band machine gun. May as well arm the whole squad. Oily
        Yep, I saw that 9 shooter that Steve has, but I decided one shot at a time was enough. LOL
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jan View Post
          It figures she'd blame me!

          Jan
          Welllllllllll, you did mention rubber band guns, remember? So, yes, I am definitely blaming you. So there. LOL
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            Originally posted by rippersmom View Post
            yep, i saw that 9 shooter that steve has, but i decided one shot at a time was enough. Lol
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            • #7
              I've considered making that 9 shooter too. However, 15 of the single shot guns created enough of a mess that my kids were picking up rubber bands 9 months later when they moved.

              Jan

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              • #8
                When I was a kid (50 + years ago) we would make a rubber gun and put a clothes pin on the back and one on each side of the grip so we could shoot three shots, but it had to be in order so the came off in the right sequence.

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                • #9
                  I'm sticking with the single shot pistol for now. I managed to get them all shaped and sanded today and made a prototype to test it. Had to modify the clothespin a bit to make it work well. Now it's a deadly weapon...shoots straight and doesn't misfire. LOL Hubby cringes when I pick up the pistol, can't understand why. heh heh heh
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