Launch rubber bands rapid-fire style with this gun patterned after the well-known, hand-crank Gatling gun used in the Civil War in the 1860s. The Gatling gun, designed by the American inventor, Dr. Richard J. Gatling, was the forerunner for the modern machine gun. 50 industrial grade red rubber bands (sold separately, buying source listed in the plan) line the barrel of our gun design and when fired, can reach a distance of 25 feet! Gun swivels on a tripod base for easy aiming capabilites. Approximately 49 inches high x 52 inches long. Patterns drawn FULL SIZE.
These hot rod style cars, complete with extended front ends, look just like the real race cars you would find at the drag strips. Long rubber bands can be used because of the extended fronts. This allows for more speed and distance. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations.
This Speedster, with its extended front end, looks just like the real race cars you would find at the drag strip. The extended front end allows an extra long rubber band to be used for more speed and distance.
This improved design propels the boats further than any other design we have seen. Simply wind up the paddle and away they go. Use in the bathtub, in a pond, or when you go to the beach. Boats measure 12 inches long.
Launch rubber bands rapid-fire style with this gun patterned after the well-known, hand-crank Gatling gun used in the Civil War in the 1860s.
This crossbow is designed to look like the medieval weapon used centuries ago, but ours shoots rubber bands!
This has to be the coolest looking rubber band gun ever!
Designed after the machine gun invented by John T. Thompson, this one shoots 10 rubber bands.
Modeled after a Winchester® Repeating Rifle, this gun shoots 10 rubber bands.
This revolver is modeled after an Old West Six-Shooter. It shoots 10 rubber bands in succession, one after another.
This quick-loading rubber band pistol has a range of up to 30 feet! An easy scroll saw project made from plywood with walnut grips.
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