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In this project we're taking boring old clothespins, and up-cycling them into powerful matchstick & toothpick shooters, that will stick into apples, and lob firey darts over 20 ...
This project was inspired by instructables author "Samarai" and his awesome tutorial on making a Clothespin Gun.
A Matchstick Gun is essential to your collection of desktop weaponry. This little pocket pistol will shoot a matchstick with power, blast toothpicks into fruit, and lob ...
All we need for this project is; Some wood glue A utility knife A simple clothespin (Just make sure it's the wooden kind with the metal spring.) Some ...
To make the peg gun, you'll first need to remove the spring, and place the two wooden pieces, back to back, so the notches line up near the ...
Ok, it's time to make this permanent. The flat sides of both pieces should be coated with a bit of wood glue, and pressed together. I tried using ...
To attach the spring, I find it works best to put the forward spring hook over the outside notch, then bend the spring open so the other spring ...
This gun is made for shooting wooden matchsticks, and they should slide loosely into the barrel. If your barrel is too tight, you can dry drilling it out ...
If your barrel is too big and makes the tip of the shooter look awkward, feel free to modify the tip until it meets your liking. Well there's ...
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