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If you throw a snowball, you might be able to hit something 30 feet away. But if you use a pole mounted snowball launcher, you could hit targets up to 60 feet away. In this project I am going to show you how to make a simple pole snowball launcher that can send snowballs flying great distances.

Step 1: Materials

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Materials for a single snowball launcher:
Long Wooden Pole (such as a broom handle)
1/4" Bolt, 1 1/2" long
Two 1/4" Washers
1/4" Nut
Cup or Bowl (anything that can hold a snowball)
Drill and Bit Set

 
ep1c r1ot1 year ago
In the summer can you throw other stuff marbles rocks etc.
CaseyCase1 year ago

An improved version would be to ditch the cup and attach a sling to the end of the staff. (Google search "staff sling")

Definitely. That give you over double the effective range of motion. I may have to do that next winter.

Definitely the best instructable of the day and perhaps the winter for us getting so much of the white stuff in the Mid-Atlantic East coast..

bricobart1 year ago

Real badass project ;) But please never drill holes in a coconut that way again. It's the best way to get the drill going straight through your hand - I ripped off a few nerves & tendons that way, two years ago...

You are right. I changed the picture.

I'd agree with Bricobart. It'd be far safer to put the open end of the coconut on a flat surface (preferably a grippy one like a block of rubber or something) and drill it that way...eek