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I've seen oodammo referred to in relation to K'nex building (in particular in relation to projectile throwing machines), what is it?

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closed as off topic by Joe Wreschnig, aedia λ, Shmuel Brill, Dori Oct 27 '11 at 1:01

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Is K'nex really off topic? I thought the site was about any brick set and not specifically about the LEGO brand. a StackExchange principle is accommodate sub topics together, I'd consider any brick-like sets such as K'nex, Fisher technics and maybe even tinker toys or capsella. I wouldnt think a capsella stack would fly on its own... So I'd qualify this question as k'nex and trivia. oodammo could be a keyword if its used colloquially for brick guns or their ammo. –  jfyelle Oct 26 '11 at 21:39
I read on the meta.bricks site we will want to only support brick sets. K'nex will most likely not be supported by this stack. –  jfyelle Oct 26 '11 at 22:18
Beware that K'nex has crossed the line and is now also producing brick-like elements. –  Joubarc Oct 27 '11 at 8:23
@jfyelle link please. –  Joshua Drake May 10 '12 at 21:11

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An Oodamo pistol is a pistol that shoots Oodamo. Oodamo is k'nex ammo built using a red connector connected to a white rod, it was designed to fly farther and more level/aerodynamic. The term seems to have been invented by a certain Oodalumps who appear to be a user on instructable.

sources : http://www.instructables.com/answers/What-is-an-Oddammo-pistol/ http://www.instructables.com/member/oodalumps/

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