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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by jamz, Mar 10, 2006.

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  1. jamz

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    Wow, the poor subjects can't even have hi-cap ruberband guns.:(
     
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    We sold a bunch of them.

    My daughter loved hers. We used to set up playing cards using office document clips as the base and she'd happily machinegun them down. She got good enough that she could single shot them.
     
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    I wonder if the holder is an option....

    however, the plastic inserts are a bit much though. At the local gun shows here there is a vendor that has one of those rubber band gatling guns for sale. Out of my price range though.....chris3
     
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    These have been around for ages, I bought one at a state fair when I was a kid, it was made of wood and shaped like a tommy gun. My friend had one shaped like a SxS shotgun, we would run around the neighborhood shooting each other:D . I would take one of those wood ones over that palstic hunk of junk any day. It doesn't even look like a real gun, although, that's probably illegal in Austrailia.:banghead:
     
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