Wooden FN P90 Rubber Band Gun

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Wooden FN P90 Rubber Band Gun

Not as useful against Replicators as the real thing, but still way better than Asgard weapons.

Although I believe this impressive, apparently working wooden rubber band gun and the page that presents it originate in Japan, I’m not having any luck with machine translation of the accompanying text. So unfortunately I have no other information. If you can identify the maker or other details, and can spare the time, I’d appreciate your comment, below. [Thanks, benj!]

12 thoughts on “Wooden FN P90 Rubber Band Gun

  1. Anonymous says:

    page says this was made by username ‘khorosho.’
    Semi/full-auto rubber band gun w/ 16-rubber band magazines.

    Youtube vid by creator of the thing in action:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnJRKLVFoqU

  2. Jon Hendrickson says:

    Google Translate didn’t seem to have any problems with it. What did you use?

    http://translate.google.com/translate?sourceid=mozclient&u=http%3A//jrbgsa.web.fc2.com/gunlocker2/lockerMCM.html

  3. Jon Hendrickson says:

    Google Translate didn’t seem to have any problems with it. What did you use?

    http://translate.google.com/translate?sourceid=mozclient&u=http%3A//jrbgsa.web.fc2.com/gunlocker2/lockerMCM.html

    1. Sean Michael Ragan says:

      Chrome’s in-browser gTranslate. From two different machines. And it still doesn’t work. Did you cut and paste the URL? TY!

  4. Anonymous says:

    i always liked the design of the P90, this makes me want to recreate this

  5. linus says:

    I cant find the instructions please help I am an 11 year inventor who has a new dream, to build this epic weapon

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