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Be prepared to fend off airship pirates or even the dreaded air kraken! Mod some cheap water guns to give them a steampunk look with little more than ...
We found some cool water guns for $10 at Walmart but we weren't happy with the Super Soaker colour scheme. To give the guns a bit more style ...
Prepare the guns for painting by removing any stickers and sanding. According to the can, it is not necessary to sand plastic before painting it with Krylon Fusion ...
Give the guns a nice coat of primer or plastic paint. The Krylon paint we used recommended waiting a week for the paint to become chip proof, so ...
Once the base coat has properly set, it's time to get creative with the acrylic paints. Be warned, you might need to apply the metallic paint in several ...
Tape up the important bits again and give your gun a protective coating.
It's all in the details. To finish off one of the guns I put together a little cuff to cover where the water storage connects with the rest ...
Blast away to your heart's content!
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