Elastic Precisions Rubber Band Gun - More Options Available

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Whether you're enforcing elastic justice at the office or eradicating pesky flies at home, Elastic Precision rubber band guns are the right tool for the job. Designed and patented in the USA, our guns are crafted from solid hardwoods and built to last generations. Whether you're firing 1 shot or 24, you're sure to have a blast!

Lock and load with this realistic replica of the World’s Most Respected Handgun. Made from solid high quality hard woods, this beauty semi-automatically fires 6 bands and reloads faster than any other rubber band gun on the market. Comes with 100 bands.

Modeled after the classic 1911 handgun. Hand crafted from high quality, North American Hardwoods. Semi-automatically fires 6 rubber bands at up to 20 feet. Comes with 100 rubber bands and instructions. Easy to load and shoot.  Dimensions 8.8" l x 5.3" w x 1.3" h Weight 0.7 lb

Our 1960’s PPK model crafted from solid maple is easy to load and fires 5 bands up to 20 feet. The PPK is the perfect size for teens and adults, making this the lethal combo to unveil your inner James Bond.

Modeled after the classic Walther PPK handgun made famous by James Bond Patented and improved version of the vintage / classic toy rubber band gun Frame is handcrafted from hard rock maple, Grips are black walnut Semi-automatically fires 5 rubber bands up to 20 feet Comes with 50 rubber bands and instructions Easy to load and shoot A perfect gift for kids, husbands.  Dimensions 5.5" l x 0.8" w x 3.6" h Weight 0.35 lb

Each Elastic Precision rubber band gun starts off as a solid block of hardwood and is crafted into an heirloom quality toy designed to last for generations. Our patented designs and actions ensure the easy loading and quick firing which means more fun for your kids.

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