Did a look around. 1632 looks close enough for Jazz.
Hi, I have four of these pistols and have been experimenting a lot with different materials and construction methods for the ammo. I believe the original bands used 1/8" OD round polyurethane rod (commonly sold as belt material for small machines) with 1/8" ID, 3/64" wall surgical tubing. They are joined with about 1/4" length of each end of the urethane rod inserted into each end of the surgical tubing, and bonded with an industrial flexible cyanoacrylate glue (not all super glues are the same). There are a lot more details to the construction, but those are the basic facts. Let me know if you need more info. If you want, I can make you a few and send them to you. I might ask for postage reimbursement, but they're free otherwise. Just let me know.Came across a Rabaser pistol that uses tubing joined by a piece of material. The tubes/ ammo/ bands are no longer made. Is anyone familiar with this product? Does anyone know the dimensions of them so I might possibly recreate some ? I bought some EPDM bands off ebay sized for this pistol, but wanted to construct ammo more like the original. Thanks for any help/ advice you might provide.
Yours looks pretty great. I have a couple with the box, but yours looks very complete and the bands are in great shape (though they will almost certainly break if you try to use them). The US Ski Team branding is really cool too. The manufacturer offered custom monogramming and they were also co-branded for some retailers. I have one that's branded Abercrombie & Fitch Co., and another that was sold through the Sharper Image catalog (though no Sharper Image branding, sadly). I'd be happy to make some bands for you, just send me a DM. Probably not super fast turnaround time on these as I have a regular job, but I might be able to get them sent out this weekend or next week. They take a long time to make and test (and often need small tweaks with the glue after initial testing).Hi I am also interested, I got one new in the box from ebay, but I haven't tried it yet.
I meant a direct message. I'll send you one.Hi, great thanks, what is a DM?