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Should this group accept rubberband guns too?
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well there are lots of guns out there that are rubberband guns, and right now rubberband guns are more popular than brick guns, so we should take a vote to see if there should be rubberband guns allowed in this group. it will still be a working gun only group, but rbg's will be allowed. vote in the vote topic, you can just say what you think about it here.
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| February 28, 2009, 10:05 am
Quoting Austen Cordero
well there are lots of guns out there that are rubberband guns, and right now rubberband guns are more popular than brick guns, so we should take a vote to see if there should be rubberband guns allowed in this group. it will still be a working gun only group, but rbg's will be allowed. vote in the vote topic, you can just say what you think about it here.
we shoult allow ruberband guns cause i have a fiew of them but i wood post my stg44 thats a brick shooter but my sis wont let me use her camra

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| April 19, 2009, 3:36 pm
I don't think so.
Brick guns are harder to make, more satisfying, better to shoot etc.
In almost all respects they are better than RBGs. I practically ignore rubber band guns, since theres nothing special about them, they are pretty much all the same.
If we were to use RBGs, we should only accept the best of the best, innovative designs.
Keep the group pure!
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| April 21, 2009, 7:14 pm
i posted my stg 44 brick shooter and almost finnished my fn p90 semi auto brickshooter
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| April 22, 2009, 12:07 am
Quoting Austen Cordero
well there are lots of guns out there that are rubberband guns, and right now rubberband guns are more popular than brick guns, so we should take a vote to see if there should be rubberband guns allowed in this group. it will still be a working gun only group, but rbg's will be allowed. vote in the vote topic, you can just say what you think about it here.

whats a rbg
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| April 22, 2009, 12:08 am
Rubber Band Gun 'shakes head'.
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| April 22, 2009, 1:37 am
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I've posted my RBG Thompson - have a look at that -- it will hopefully change some of your minds!
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| April 22, 2009, 2:16 am
Quoting Milan CMadge
I've posted my RBG Thompson - have a look at that -- it will hopefully change some of your minds!

your Thompson is the best that i have seen. i like it better than jack streat's thompson.
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| September 9, 2010, 4:56 pm
Quoting Arion ...
I don't think so.
Brick guns are harder to make, more satisfying, better to shoot etc.
In almost all respects they are better than RBGs. I practically ignore rubber band guns, since theres nothing special about them, they are pretty much all the same.
If we were to use RBGs, we should only accept the best of the best, innovative designs.
Keep the group pure!


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| July 17, 2013, 9:36 pm
Quoting Arion ...
I don't think so.
Brick guns are harder to make, more satisfying, better to shoot etc.
In almost all respects they are better than RBGs. I practically ignore rubber band guns, since theres nothing special about them, they are pretty much all the same.
If we were to use RBGs, we should only accept the best of the best, innovative designs.
Keep the group pure!

Using rubberband mechanism to shoot brick is cool enough which unable us to shoot semi/auto or even 2-3 rounds burst (Check out my creations). I think rubberbands guns should be accepted!

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| July 17, 2013, 9:38 pm
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