MisterPBJ- Bags of Bands
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RubberBands

SCP-???? in standard, unnamed packaging. Characterizing features redacted.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-???? is to be contained in on site storage. Personnel are allowed access to items of SCP-???? with permission of a Level 2 Researcher or above.
Public containment includes regular checking of Arts & Crafts for producers labeled. Shipments are to be detained, interrogated on where they were produced, then transported to on site storage. 5kg of SCP-???? bands (or 20 bags,) are to be kept at all times. Excess can be incinerated.

Description: SCP-???? is a product from a possibly new Group of Interest/brand, going by the counter name of Touff Stuff. Each individual band is packaged into bags of 200 units. Packaging is mundane. Coloration1and other observational features are ordinary.
The primary anomalous feature of interest, exists in the seemingly limitless elastic potential energy.2 This is resulting from the great durability to each band. Specimens receive no damage from what happens due to its stretching, though damage received not attributed to elongating will happen as would normally. No yield strength yet determined: always returns to original shape.

SCP-???? came to foundation attention when a small group of 4 college students, campus █████, were found creating abnormally powerful makeshift catapults. Foundation was alerted when school security confiscated the finished items. A hidden operative tested each item they were made up of, and upon stretching an SCP-???? band .8 meters, made contact to foundation personnel. Before arrival, the operative questioned the students, who simply stated purchasing the rubber bands from a General Dollar convenience store.

Addendum: As of 3/2█/200█, testing has been approved. Experiment creativity is encouraged. Tests are designed with the purpose of discovering its makeup, and possible foundation uses.
Any Researcher is welcome to add more tests.

MTF- Officer Michael Mann- After test SCP-????-#14, I'm requesting further tests as to weaponry potential.

Use of SCP as weaponry is pending approval.


Test Log SCP-????

Test SCP-????-#2
Name: SCP-???? Research Head, Researcher Peter James
Date: 3/28/2018
Item(s) used: 1 SCP-????
Procedure: SCP-???? Stretched 2 meters.
Result: Upon release, returned to normal shape and size.
This test serves as a baseline for future experiments.

Test SCP-????-#7
Date:3/30/2018
Item(s) used: 1 SCP-????, and 1 Standard USV with pole attached.
Procedure: Stretch 8 meters. Recorded with heat detection software.
Result: SCP-???? temperature increased by 4° Celsius, then returned to original conditions upon release. Was cut with scissors to release.
Note: This test was very important. I moved it to the top of this list due to the information it provided. The thermodynamics of the rubber's polymer structure is the same as normal rubber bands. Keep doing more tests people.- Head Researcher Peter James.


Test SCP-????-#4
Name: Researcher John Smith
Items(s) used: 1 SCP-????, and 2 class D personnel. [D- 3949 and D- 3950]
Procedure: D-3949 stretch rubber band for full arm's length, then proceed to 'shoot' D- 3950. Target area was told to be D-3950's left hand.
Result: Large hole in D- 3950's left wrist. Cuts along upper fore-arm, with small sections of skin sliced off. D- 3949 received severe backlash, with severing of index finder upon release. SCP-???? returned in normal condition.
Note: Researcher John Smith is no longer allowed to create experiments without written permission from clearance 3 or higher personnel.
Congrats, you get the first ban to this. At the least this WAS a useful test. We can now mark these as possibly dangerous. - Researcher Peter James