Obliterator: The Minigun . an obliterating rubber band minigun - two speeds, 8 barrels, 104 rounds of obliteration. . Behold: the OBLITERATOR MINIGUN.
8 barrels + 13 RBs per barrel = 104 rounds of obliteration!
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Well, this is the second gun that i have re-done recently, as well as my SPAS 12, and like the SPAS 12, the second try was WAY better than the first.
after buying a load of black bricks off ebay, which i was going to use to make a FAMAS, i decided that actually i wanted to make another minigun.
So i did. it took about 3 school days, which is quite a while for me.
The end result, as you can see, was one AWESOME minigun. it is powered by 2 9v batteries, and driven by 2 9v motors. i incorporated an electric transformer a gear selector, to choose between fast and very fast, but very fast was way too fast, so i set up the transformer to double the power instead of the speed, so the gear now selects between fast and quite fast.
one thing that im quite proud of is the battery compartment - it slides out from the side allowing you to change the batteries in the two 9v battery casings.
rate of fire:
low speed: 9RBs/second
high speed: 25RBs/second!!!!!!
this has to be the highest rate of fire in any gun on mocpages, EVER!!!
this gun has a higher rate of fire than the micro uzi, whose ROF is 20rps (1250rpm)!!!
(i only just worked that out :-)
spinning, no bands
front view, still spinning
side view (not spinning)
loaded - 104 bands, 13 per barrel
side view, also loaded
the rear grip
pulling the trigger (guess what that does :-)
turning the motors on
speed selector: neutral gear (the front of the gun is to the left)
pics of the RB release mech
this is one of my favourite parts...
what do we have here? its the barrety compartment!
insert the batteries into the underside of each case. useful for changing batteries when they run out after overuse...
a front end view
it may not look it, but theres over 100 bands there!
and one last look at this OBLITERATING machine