RBG: Shotgun Style

Yes, it is the only shotgun rubber band gun that I know of. It is based off of the Remington M870 and can be easily modified to be both be in an entry shotgun configuration, with tactical buttstock, or in a "Breeching weapon" configuration, with no buttstock. In the first picture, it is in the entry configuration. In the second picture, it is in the breeching configuration, but with the buttstock shown to show how it could be carried in a briefcase or something similar. There is no difference whatsoever between the two, other than the obvious difference in the buttstock, but less obvious, the breeching configuration has more mobility in the cocking hammer, so it works better. I am sorry for the lack of pictures of the internals, I will hopefully be posting them in the future.

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CuddlesMcT8 years ago
no point putting this much time into a rbg
Whaleman (author)  CuddlesMcT8 years ago
Really? I believe that that is a matter of opinion. I happen to like RBGs.
I dont really seem to like rbgs due to the fact that knex bullet firing guns have a longer range and hurt more cause the ammo its heavier
Whaleman (author)  CuddlesMcT8 years ago
Good for you.
crestind10 years ago
That's awesome! But what's the barrel? It doesn't look like any Knex piece I've seen.
Whaleman (author)  crestind10 years ago
the barrel is a bunch of the really small wheels on a yellow rod.
Can they be replaced?
Whaleman (author)  DrWeird1178 years ago
Replaced as in substituted? I don't know. They are only for aesthetic purposes.
Oh, good.
Kaiven10 years ago
you're so inguinuitive(sp?)
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