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Precision Rubber Band Model 1911 Straight Shooter

Guaranteed Good Old-Fashioned Fun With Our Cool Model 1911 Rubber Band Gun — Crafted from Handsome, Durable Hardwood, and Fires Flawlessly! Read More
Item #: E128
$39.95
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Since 1980, our commitment to customer service has not changed — Herrington proudly stands behind the quality and craftsmanship of our products, and we truly hope you enjoy each and every purchase. However, in the event you are not completely satisfied, we will be happy to offer you a prompt exchange or refund within 90 days, provided that returned items are in their original condition and packaging. We believe in working with our customers to ensure each purchase is a positive experience.

Whether you're enforcing elastic justice, taking out annoying flies, or perfecting your target shooting skills, our Precision Straight Shooters launch rubber bands faster, farther and in unmistakable style! Crafted with superior materials and attention to detail, the body is 100% durable Hard Rock Maple, with handsome Walnut grips — no plastic mechanisms to break, so it's destined to last for generations! Simply load the "ammo" from the bottom slot up to flawlessly fire over and over again. Designed by a self-proclaimed "dirt-poor" American college student who needed a Christmas gift for his younger brother — guaranteed fun, no electronics required!
Modeled after the iconic Model 1911, which served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1986, this Semi-Automatic Straight Shooter is designed to shoot 6 rubber bands in rapid fire succession! Fast and easy to load and shoot — fires up to 20 feet for fun target contests and more! Makes a great gift for all ages! Includes with 100 Blue (color coded to model) heavy-duty rubber bands. Weighs 6 oz.; measures 9" x 6.5" x 1.3".

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