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This guy is amazing! Even if you don't like firearms you need to watch this. This is the epitome of woodworking and mechanics blended together to make a functional object.

This reminds me of something that Oliver would put together. The experimentation, and trial and error that was involved had to be staggering.

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Out of the mouth of my grandson : "Nana you gotta make that for me!" When I told him it was beyond my skill, he says "you gotta make it! Just make it Nana!"

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Barb,

You could just whip one or two of those out in an afternoon. Plug in the scroll saw!!!!

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I like this one better, no wooden projectiles, broken things or lawsuits...
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you trying to start something Bill???

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you trying to start something Bill???
That's what I was thinking ,yet another challenge for Oliver lol

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That's what I was thinking ,yet another challenge for Oliver lol
Nope, not a challenge, just a compliment. This guy spent a lot of time doing trial and error to get these parts to work with each other. All the parts mesh and do what they need to do. Just reminds me of some of Oliver's projects, lots of thought, patience, trial and error, and tweaking to get them functional.

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I saw the mini-gun vid the other day. There's even one that they did a dual one. I've seen some cool rubber band guns, but these are just OFF..THE..CHAIN cool!
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On Sat morns when I was a kid my near by cousins and a couple school friends would head over to my uncle Joe's house to watch cartoons, the three stooges and wrestling. Back then during the summer houses would be full of flies, with the curtains drawn the flies would head for and land on the TV screen. Everybody would have their elastic bands ready, braced over the index finger and pulled back by the other hand, (long gun) or wrapped around the raised thumb and held by the baby finger, (pistol). Whoever had the most flies would get to choose what game we'd play outside after lunch.

Whatever horror show we created on the TV screen would be cleaned up by the loser before my aunt got home.

P.S. I forgot about the nail guns some of the guys made that shot roofers. 16"X2X4, a long rubber band and a spring loaded clothes pin brad nailed to the back of the 2X. A nail hole to set the roofer, (ammo) very accurate and dangerous.

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Out of the mouth of my grandson : "Nana you gotta make that for me!" When I told him it was beyond my skill, he says "you gotta make it! Just make it Nana!"
Barb, you could definitely do the Gatling gun I made this Christmas. No projectiles, lots of fun!
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