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One day I noticed that the humble Propane or LPG gas bottle is pretty much an exact large-scale version of a Lego Mini-fig head. So I decided to cheer...
Starting with a basic LPG/Propane gas bottle, give it a wipe with turpentine to remove any grease and dirt, and then spray it with yellow paint.
Wait for the yellow to dry thoroughly and then paint your face onto the bottle. I used enamel hobby paints and painted the face freehand, but you cou...
Wait for the paint to dry and then reinstall the bottle back onto the BBQ. Then sit back and enjoy how much cheerier it makes any barbecue area. I ho...
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Kids love it!!! thanks for the idea!!!
u can legally buy it from many weapon dealers. max is 10 rounds per day day 4 non military persons.
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