Nitti the Enforcer (Rubberband Gun)
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 Nitti The Enforcer Rubberband Gun



Customizable Pattern

Color Assembly Guide Included

For Laser or Scroll Saw cutting.
Can be cut on CNC Router but some filing and or sanding will be required on inside corners.
Small router bits 1/16th will be needed.
Requires some glue and small hardware available at your local hardware store.
 
Nitti The Enforcer

Francesco Raffaele Nitto, born January 27, 1886 – March 19, 1943, also known as Frank "The Enforcer" Nitti, was an Italian American gangster. One of Al Capone's top henchmen, Nitti was in charge of all strong-arm and 'muscle' operations. Nitti was later the front-man for the Chicago Outfit, the organized crime syndicate headed by Capone.
Nitti was born in the small town of Angri, province of Salerno, Campania, Italy.
Frank Nitti took over control of Chicago after Capone was sentenced to eleven years imprisonment in 1932.
Nitti got down to business almost immediately; he summoned those close to Capone to a conference, outlining how things were going to operate in Capone's absence, with him as head. Most of the Outfit's top men were in attendance, including Jake Guzik, Murray Humphreys, and Gus Alex; these men were not Italian but their loyalty was never in question and they were crucial to the Outfit's success. Anthony Accardo and Paul Ricca also attended. At the summit Paul Ricca was promoted to Underboss; he would be Nitti's second in command when enforcing the Outfit's law on the streets of Chicago. Also promoted that day was Tony Accardo, who had been Capone's bodyguard; he was given the rank of Capo.
Frank Nitti died on an Illinois Central railroad branch line in North Riverside, Illinois on March 19, 1943, at the age of 57. Nitti is buried at Mount Carmel Cemetery in Hillside, Illinois. Speculation has persisted regarding the interment of a suicide in a Catholic cemetery. Nitti's grave can be found left of the main Roosevelt Road entrance, about fifty feet from the gate. It is marked "Nitto". To the right of the gate is the family plot containing the grave of Al Capone, marked by a six-foot white monument stone. And straight up from the gate can be found the graves of Dion O'Banion and Hymie Weiss, both North Side Gang leaders ordered killed by Capone.

PLEASE NOTE:

It is assumed in all makeMZ Rubber Band Guns
that the end user will decide how thick they want
the  parts of the gun to be.
If you have a lower powered laser you can cut all parts from 3mm or 1/8th 
inch woods and glue them as shown in the assembly guides.
Or you can use thicker materials if you have a more powerful laser
or CNC router. It is important to note that if cutting with a CNC router you will need to sand and file certain parts of the guns to get proper fitting square corners on parts.
Also, the length and size of bolts and nuts used are your choice, although we recommend
4-40 machine screws with T-nuts for a flush finish and if using metric you will need to use the equivalent.
You will need a selection of rubber bands, small springs and small eyelets and hooks to
complete most of these projects. These items should all be available at your local hardware store.
You can easily change the hole size in the DXF using your CAD software but do not change the position of holes.
 You may also want to customize the guns stocks and handles using thicker exotic woods and sanding and engraving paths
The main trigger mechanisms and moving parts should be cut from 3mm or 1/8th
thick material in most cases.