This website uses cookies.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.

I agree
Learn More
Great Geek Gifts in the Technabob Shop!Get Technabob Daily: Join our Mailing List! | Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter
subscribe to our rss feedsubscribe via e-mailfollow technabob on twittertechnabob facebook fan pageGoogle+follow us in feedly
Follow Us:
Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob

Japanese Rubber Gunman Shows Us How to Make Rubber Band Machine Guns

by Lambert Varias

I can’t believe this isn’t the first time that a rubber band machine gun has been featured on this blog. Dammit. I wasn’t even aware that rubber band machine guns existed until I read this article at JapanProbe. One day I’ll be better than you boss *sniff*. Meanwhile let’s take a look at this homemade, not-so-new-news-at-technabob rubber band machine gun.


The gun can fire up to 200 rubber bands in rapid succession, and yes, reloading is a bitch. It was made by a certain Mr. Nakamura, who has actually written a book about making rubber band guns. Here he is showing off his gun to an extremely overjoyed old man:


Mr. Nakamura is of course, a member of the Japan Rubber Band Gun Shooting Association. I’m not kidding:


If there’s any association worth joining, it’s that one. Of course the association’s name can also mean that members shoot at rubber band guns, but we’ve got video of Mr. Nakamura and his l33t rubber band gunnery:


Want to make your own RBMG? Here’s Mr. Nakamura’s online guide. It’s in Japanese of course.

[via Nowhere Else]

Comments are closed for posts older than 90 days.

More from Awesomer Media...

theawesomer logo
Ripchair 3.0 Bristol Bullet Roadster Unreal Real-time Cinematography Modern String Art 95octane logo
Final Aston Martin DB9 Cars Roll off Assembly Line Lamborghini CEO Says V12 Will Soldier on Just a Lamborghini Towing a Goat Cart Acura NSX GT3 Hits the Track for Practice mightymega logo
Quentin Tarantino’s Suicide Squad Little Shop of Sarlacc The X-Files Theme in a Major Key Sounds Oddly Cheerful How X-Men Apocalypse Should Have Ended