A Vogt-pattern spudgun is a type of repeating launcher invented by the late Bill Vogt. They can be built on a large scale, to launch tennis balls and such, and such launchers are generally capable of expelling several projectiles per pressurized chamber in a very short amount of time.


It consists of a tubular magazine inline with the barrel, loaded with projectiles, a air inlet perpendicular to and between the magazine and the barrel.

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typical Vogt-pattern, shoots golfballs

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