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Double barrel rubberband shotgun . Double barrel shotgun, about 3 feet long . This is a double barrel shotgun. It has two cogs to hold two sets of 7 inch rubber bands and has an acuarte range of about 55 feet. it has duel triggers that can fire together or independently. it can shoot twice before reloading, and then a simple pump action mechanism build into the barrel will re-cock both triggers for the next shots. it can hold a maximum of 12 rubbber bands that are fired at a high power, strong enough to shred inch thich sheets of foam. I built it before i mastered the semiauto mechanism, so you still need to use the pump action. It took me about 3 hours to build and is highly reliable, and hasn't failed me yet. Hope you enjoy. The other two pictures show the pump action mechanism, and the cog system that hold the rubber bands, 6 each. Please rate! * The idea of using a double barrel and the original trigger configuation comes from an esteemed un-named collegue.


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