Co2 Rocket Gecko War Kite

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Introduction: Co2 Rocket Gecko War Kite

A real co2 rocket built to destroy and take down other kites. Built for endurance, tuff and harsh wind,war, and armor and much more.

Step 1: Materials

1 Kite 1 A Boy Scout pine wood derby car 5 one inch nails 1 small firecrackers 1 m-150 firecrackers 1 crackling ground bloom flower firecrackers 1 3in fast food straw 1 20in bamboo stick 1 mini arrow 1 camp fire stick ( small one ) 1 long strip of cardboard 1 hammer 1 saw 1 hot glue gun 1 pack of 50 Popsicles 1 one roll of duck tape 1 8oz airsoft co2 tank

Step 2: Put the Kite Together

Put the kit together cut off the tail.

Step 3: Cut Wood for Landing Gear

Cut the pinewood derby block to 1/2 in high and on the other side 1/4 in. These parts are optional steps 3-5.

Step 4: Put Wheels on the Wood

About 6 in away from the long side

Step 5: Center the Wheels

Center you car in the center of your kit and duct tape it on and nail to on the back. Then take tape off

Step 6: Weapons

On tape on your war weapons

Step 7: Armor

Hot glue Popsicle sticks and duck tape all over the kite to make it stronger and super cool.

Step 8: Co2 Rocket / Bombs

Duck tape the co2 to the back Cut a 2 1/2in straw then put a small fire work in it and glue it in. Put a nail in the other side and connect it to the nozzle of the co2 tank and tape.

Step 9: The Ramp

So it can launch off duck tape the airsoft bipod to the piece of cardboard .

Step 10: Done

You can spray paint to make it look cooler.

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    6 Comments

    do you think it can fly with all the stuff on it?

    If yours is not flying right just ad more co2

    Don't you think that the kite will be too heavy? I see the coolness of it, but it is not practical.

    Have you actualy flown it yet?