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Copy of M9

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Nick Arnold

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Nick Arnold
Hollister, USA

General Information

M9 Rubber band gun. Design is by RBguns.com and is offered as a free pdf download to be cut on a scroll saw. The nested parts were all redrawn in Corel then saved in Inkscape to svg. All the parts will fit on one sheet of plywood 1\8’’ (0.125) 12in. × 24in. 0.125 Dowel rod. #16 rubber bands.

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Material Description Price
Baltic Birch Plywood

Baltic Birch Plywood

12" × 24" × 1/8" Baltic Birch Plywood

$7.99

Gorilla Wood Glue

Gorilla Wood Glue

Gorilla Wood Glue - 4 oz

Sanding Sponge

Sanding Sponge

Fine/Medium Sanding Sponge

Solid Carbide 2 Flute Straight End Mill

Solid Carbide 2 Flute Straight End Mill

Quantity: 1, Shank Diameter: 1/8 in, Cutting Diameter: 1/8 in

$4.32

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Tomas Bagdonas
Hey Nick, Nice job! My son is asking for similar gun. Have you SVG files to share? I want to make toolpath with VCarve...
Tomas Bagdonas
Nick Arnold
Open the project. Make a copy in Easel and cut it from there
Nick Arnold
Elliot Garven
Hiya I love this gun! but I am kinda confused, how do you put it all together? and do you have some kind of instruction manual?
Elliot Garven
Nick Arnold
Elliot, all of the layers of one side and the middle sections are glued together. One opposite side and a grip layer are glued together and then those two layers are held on by a couple of small brass screws. I use Cp10 glue but regular glue is best to fit the parts precise. Hope that makes sense.
Nick Arnold
Nick Arnold
Install the moving parts in the pockets made by glueing up the layers together. Then they are held in place when you screw on the other side piece that has the other grip glued to it.
Nick Arnold
Claire Williams
Pleas can you post a photo of the internals so one can see how it fits together, not sure how the trigger mechanism works. `Thanks
Claire Williams
Nick Arnold
https://youtu.be/-z--omK1hHo
Nick Arnold