Are these the world’s most beautiful rubber band guns?
The people at the Society for Creative Anachronism are always inventive. But occasionally, their work is breathtakingly beautiful, too. Even when it’s a rubber band gun.
The dedicated anachronists at Bandguns have made some rubber band guns you shouldn’t give to a kid. Many dedicated gunners don’t use tiny rubber bands, either. You can buy elastic tubing that could cause some serious damage. We’ve included a couple of our favorite historically-inspired guns.
Berlin Flintlock, 1670
Italian Snaphaunce, 1560