10 totally insane videos of handmade rubber band guns


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#2

* Probably best not to be waved around in public.

** Really a bad idea if waved around by a minority in public near a police officer.

*** Really nice craftsmanship.


#3

Holy hell they have the look of really fine children’s toys… but totally detailed automatic weapons! It’s like chocolate swastikas or something.


#4

fully sik mate


#5

Nice work. I’ve seen various laser cut kits out there, but nothing like that.

Reminds me of this guy who used to make 1:1 scale wood models of 1911s.


#6

Wow, that’s some real woodworking skill. I like the ingenuity of having to create new mechanisms that don’t quite function like they would in a real gun.

It also strongly reminds me of the work of this guy, although his contraptions are much more lethal:


#7

These are really quite neat, being as accurate as they are within the medium.

Broomhandle Mauser, 1911, Luger, M11 more are all recognizable.


#8

I don’t always carry, but when I do…
southern pine [riff on the medieval mandolines and lutes also liked on the channel]
a minority police officer cracks me by up staying drawing distance away
(and I should complete this by saying ‘with a rubber yotoden’ or something.)


#9

Oh snap yeah! The work isn’t all parabellum1262’s, but the mechanisms in Stealth The Unknown (burst mechanisms) included in the channel are going to make some redstone and/or modeling wizards.

No giant flying syringe firing platforms in there, but there’s a thing that fires a 7 cc syringe. Some kind of end-of-summer instrumentality of mosquitokind there, maybe?


#10

Serial killer and murder-mystery themed bento box meals more like. Maybe just a series of Angela Lansbury And Benedict Cumberbatch Suspect All That keitai-mono.


#11

pro tip: paint black if you want to get shot by the police.


#12

I always thought it would be hilarious to take an actual gun, spray-paint it neon green, and put one of those orange plastic “safety” plugs in the barrel.


#13

Yourself or the gun? Surely both are not necessary.


#14

:smiley: :smiley: :smiley: Its funny because it is horribly true…


#15

So why were they making such a big deal out of 3D printed guns, when anyone with a tree can whittle one?


#16

Georg is one of my favourite YouTube people. He’s such a cheery German.


#17

We need more gunsmithing videos. With metal preferable to wood.


#18

Link please!


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