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 I often find myself in the heat of an air soft game with out any ammo. Half of the time, I loose that way.
Thats why I invented paper speed loaders. you bit off the edge and a bunch of BBs comes pouring out. Paper Speed loaders are great cause there very light and compact. Sorry for the bad graphics, my camera broke down .  

Step 1: What You Need

 For this project, you will need :
-paper slip X how many speed loaders your making
-pen x1
-scotch
-BBs x5-6
-scissors (not in picture)

Step 2: Making Your Paper Speed Loaders

First, bend your piece of paper around the pencil. Then put a piece of scotch to hold the piece of paper in place. Pinch one side of the paper tube and slide some BBs inside. Pinch the other side and scotch up the shortest side. On the side not scotched, lightly cut the paper. Your done !

Step 3: How to Use Your Paper Speed Loader

 Now put the side where there's no scotch in your mouth and jerk  on the tub. Take the tube out of your mouth and lightly shake the BBs out .
Interesting concept, reminds me of the paper packets used in the Revolutionary and Civil (to name two) Wars. Were they your inspiration?<br />
yeah, i was thinking the same thing. might actually be pretty useful for loading pistol mags and things like that, and it also reduces the sound of BBs rattling.
lol i see your lego scotch tape, thats pretty cool
I wonder if you could do the same thing but using a plastic straw.&nbsp; The challenge would be making it secure (so BBs don't fall out) but still allow you to easily open one end.&nbsp; <br />
some strwas hold the tight enoug that u just need a good push to move them. a small rod and u r in buisness
&nbsp;You could use a stapler.

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