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  There are few things that you need to take into consideration when you are going to build a potato gun. So I've taken the time to spell out most of the ins & outs of each general type of gun, and then I go on to list the [benefits] that each contain. So lets move on to learn a bit about the different types of guns there are.

  For each type of gun there are dozens of designs, and for the most part each is equal in their own right. Some are better suited for particular tasks, some are just good all the way around. But as a general rule certain designs are associated with each specific type of gun.

   Learn more about the Different Types >.


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