Han Solo’s iconic sidearm, the DL-44 Heavy Blaster Pistol is a solid sci-fi gun. The design is rugged and cool, plus it shoots lasers. What more do you need? These qualities make it an instant classic.
Win your next rubber band fight in style with this wooden rubber band gun from Elastic Precision. It’s modeled after the classic Walther PPK handgun, just like the one James Bond prefers.
What’s really cool is that this rubber band gun can be loaded up with five bands, and then fired semi-automatically when you pull the trigger:
Head on over to the Technabob Shop and grab the PPK Rubber Band Gun for just $24.99(USD).
We’ve featured a variety of rapid fire rubber band guns before, but they were either custom made or crazy expensive. XYZbot is here for us poor, lazy and non-mechanically-inclined folks. They launched a Kickstarter fundraiser for a fully automatic and electric rubber band machine gun that’s cheap and easy to assemble.
It seems there’s always a better iPhone case around the corner… While I don’t think I have that many iPhone cases, I do have about 8 and unlike some people boast that their iPhones are naked, and without protection, I like to have my iPhone nicely protected, so that I can sell it when I eventually upgrade.
Ah rubber band guns! There’s something cool about making something so complicated to launch a barrage of rubber bands. Check out this rubber band gun [JP] made by some Japanese genius, based upon the FN P90, a Belgian submachine gun.
Want to cause some trouble at work? Sure, you could launch a couple of rubber bands over the cubicle walls at your office-mates, or you could bring out the big guns. And by that, I mean mow them down with this awesome rubber band Gatling gun.
I’ll tell you LEGO gun replicas are awesome on their own, but when you combine that with the fact that these awesome gun replicas actually shoot I get all tingly inside.
These guns don’t shoot real bullets mind you, they shoot rubber bands.
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.