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AutoMag .44 AMP Rubberband Gun . A working model of the AutoMag .44 AMP. (I think it is actually the very first on MOCpages) . This is a working model of the AutoMag .44 AMP. Credit for the mechanism goes to Jack Streat. It holds about 6-7 rubberbands and sometimes leaves welts on bare skin, depending on how sensitive the skin is and how new the rubberband is. I made it based on Jack Streat's Glock 17 mechanism, but I just changed around the outside of it. It's my most accurate pistol, That hit 7 out of 7 targets (On average, out of 10 tests) when tested, with 7 rubberbands loaded. I apologize for the not-so-good picture quality, so please bear with me. I did make a second Automag, but i decided to just show the black one, as it looks better. *UPDATE* I messed up:The little triangles on the front of the grip are not on the real gun, but i forgot to remove them from the handle when I made this gun, as i basically just changed the body of it from a Glock, not messing with the handle. I also looked back at the picture i used and saw that i also got the triggerguard a little messed up too. Handle detail. Trigger and trigger guard detail. Barrel detail. Back of the mechanism, loaded. Front of the barrel, loaded. Close up of the trigger guard. The trigger, pulled. Ejector cover. Looking down the sights. And one more pic of the gun. Please tell me what you think!


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