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Paper Shooter Cardboard Rifle Fires Spit Wads

by Shane McGlaun
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I think we can all agree that growing up, getting in a spit wad fight with someone was fun right up to the point where you got hit with a spit wad. After that, it’s really gross and you really just don’t want to play anymore. A new project has turned up on crowdfunding site Indiegogo that takes spit wad wars to the next level.

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The project is called Paper Shooters and is for some cool cardboard assault rifles that are able to shoot paper ammunition up to 75 feet. These things remind me a bit of Airsoft guns, only they shoot what appears to be paper pellets. You can even create your own ammo according to the designers. The Paper Shooter comes as a kit made out a special cardboard that has been treated for durability. The kits also have a plastic skeleton and internal mechanism for durability.

A pledge of $45(USD) will get you your very own Digital Ops camo kit. For $65, you can get the blood-spattered Zombie Slayer or the blinged-out Golden Touch model, which has a shiny golden shell. For $185, you can pick up all three shooters, along with 150 pieces of ammo, and a zombie head target. Additional magazines are available for $10 each, and additional ammo sells for $8 for 50 paper wads.

Keep in mind that these are definitely not kid’s toys, and its creators say it is intended for users ages 14 and up only.



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