Fire Arrows

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Introduction: Fire Arrows

About: Loves to make any stealth weapon

BEFORE DOING THIS MAKE SURE YOU ARE ALLOWED TO IN YOUR AREA

NOT DOING SO COULD GET YOU JAIL TIME

So have fun


NOT FOR KIDS!!!

Step 1: Tools and Material

You will need

-a dremel
-a saw
-kitchen knife
-arrow shaft or something similar
-cloth or strong flammable fabric
-fuel for cloth
-duck tape
-heavy weight
-pencil
-string
-(optional) gloves
-(optional)tape measure
-safety glasses
-scissors
-mask
-(optional) chisel

Step 2: Saw to Your Length

First measure how far you want your arrow to be and cut it to the length of it

Helpful tip
-use the heavy weight to assist you when cutting

Step 3: Blade Slot

Mark with your pencil the diameter of the area that you just cut and use a dremel or saw to cut down

Helpful tip
-cut a little bit then use a chizel to make the mark deeper

Step 4: Arrow Tip

Get your kitchen knife and cut the tip
Then sand the bottom of the arrow tip

(Remember to use weight)

Step 5: Sharpen Tip

Use dremel to sharpen tip and edges

Helpful tip
-use dremel to make grips on the sides of the arrow tip

Step 6: Fleching Wings

Get your duck tape and make crude fleching wings in a cross pattern
Then cut them to desired shape

Step 7: Adding Arrow Tip

Fit the arrow tip in the slot you made and tie it with a lot of string

Helpful hint
-the reason for the excessive amount of sting is so the arrow tip doesn't fall off when burning

Step 8: Arrow String Rest

Simple
Just cut a notch at the winged end of the arrow

Step 9: Flame Fuel

Wrap close to the tip with duck tape


Put a decent amount of cloth and tie with enough string to support it but not too much

Step 10: Have Fun

Squirt some fuel on the cloth, light it, and fire at a safe object

Have fun but be safe

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