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FAKE TNT Chest Rig , OK  FIRST OF ALL  ! This is All in Good Fun , Not Trying to Offend or Disrespect Anyone I Needed to come up with something quick , since i couldnt find a fake AK 47 or find the necessary materials for a Rocket Launcher for My Costume which is a Taliban / Freedom Fighter whatever i dont think Being Politically Correct applies Here , so I scrounged through my stuff and got some Tubes from my sister and had all the wires and stuff switches , L.E.D.S. , paint , Glues ETC ... and went to work .......

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depending on how Menacing to want to be , you can add the whole box  , but i Opted for SIX  ,  for  ease and comfort ,  does that make sence ? :\  so first i cut the tubes in 7" lengths  and one other tube  from a roll of Suede , with my Trusty Band saw , makes life easy

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Paint the Tubes a Bright Red ( APPLE RED from Michaels Crafts for $ 1.49 ) , on the Cardboard it looks just like the matte red from fireworks paper and on an explosive 3.3 sticker

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glued all the tubes in place super glue , and then some RTV silicone for flexibility

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added a strip of Trusty Duct Tape on the top and bottom of the tubes .

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added a Piezo Beeper , What you dont know what it is ?? Remember those annoying alarms back in the 80's you hear a beeping coming from a BMW , a Mercedes , or Porsche , beep.........beep........beep.........beep ...... Yea Those ! you can still find them at electronic shops some are buzzers but still used in alarms but as the siren , they are 12 volts some are intermittent some are constant sound i used in conjunction with a tiny l.e.d wired from a switch and powered by a 12v remote battery whitch i had from a bunch of mood lights a customer bought i in the package was a battery , switch , and a battery holder this is to see the lights at the kiosk when you purchase at Kragens/ O'reilly or pep boys auto parts stores .

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wired in the beeper and the switch and led w/ a 522k resistor

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top covers i drilled 1/8 holes and added wire  and a wire tie to secure them

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some military colored 550 paracord

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Finished in about two hours , No Sweat well yea lots of sweat was 90 in my Garage with a fan Blowing UGH !!!!!
This reminds me of the good 'ole days when I would play Command & Conquer: Generals. GLA for the win!
Tonight i'm going out walking with nieces and nephew ,(without Rig ) see what reactions i get !! lol should be interesting <br>
I had a wicked costume of that sort a few years ago. I used spray painted wooden dowels from home depot as TNT, and looped thick wire to connect them (using a staple gun into the wooden dowls). The centre piece I used was a mosque shaped cheap alarm clock that lit up and played the call to prayer that I picked up in Oman, and wore that over a white cheap dishdash and a fisihing vest.... <br> <br>around 2 am that night some patriotic dude pepper sprayed me....now i go out as less political characters...
Awesome. Makes me wish I had a reason to dress up. *****
Thanks , yea i got dressed and un-dressed (my sisters house) didn't dare to go in public , HAHA even the airport ! don't think that would have went well !!! I knew 99.9 people that were there at the party , and even the one guy i didn't know was taking the most pictures , his said his brother was that last year and didn't even come close to looking real <br>
That should be on&quot;WHAT NOT TO WEAR AT THE AIRPORT, AND SUCH PLACES LIKE THAT&quot; <br>hahahhahahhahha cool i'ble
Thats like saying &quot; Hello!!!! Arrest me!!! &quot;<br><br>But other than that, cool build.
Labeld as Extremist instead
Thanks Instructables for the Feature and 3 month Pro Membership !! this was a Hit a a Costume Party Last Night ! I Didn't Dare were it out on the street i even covered it when i went into Target (in my car of course) i Havent got any pics from my Family Yet but i will Post them here as a finished product ! this was a Blast to make !! haha Pun Intended !! towards the end i couldnt stop laughing !!<br><br>
Don't go to Boston!<br>
Cool project! I love it! I know how you feel with the heat. A month or two ago it was around 120 degrees in my garage.

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