Rubber bands cause a painful stinging feeling when you are hit with one but it is harmless because the pain goes away in seconds. In this instructable I will show you the types of rubber bands and how to shoot them. I have a lot of experience with rubber bands me and about 20 other cousins have huge rubber band fights at my grandmas house. The parents don't care. I'm a sharp shooter mostly shooting from atop the stair way attacking my enemies.
Step 1: Types of Rubber Bands
I know 4 types of rubber bands. There are many sizes but these are the basic ones you think of when you hear rubber band. The first one (farthest on the right) is the basic rubber band that most of us use in our houses it is ok for rubber band fighting. The next one (to the left of the first) is usually found in super markets binding food together it is flexible and slightly heavier than most making it good for rubber band fights. Then one to the left of that is a thin rubber band also found in kitchens; I do not recommend this for rubber band wars it is light so it loses speed when shot. The last one (furthest to the left) is my favorite, usually found binding paper together. It is long making it more flexible and better to shoot at long range.