Q: Why don´t you buy one at local market and put it on the wall?
A: In Brazil it is illegal to sell, possess or use any toy or imitation firearm which substantially duplicates or can reasonable be perceived to be an actual firearm.
Make sure you see all pictures and pass mouse over the yellow box for details.
Step 1: Materials List
E.V.A.sheet (1/10" thickness)
About 32" of P.V.C. water pipe (1/2")
Air-conditioning pipe insulation (1/2" inner diameter)
DVD case (thin one)
5 furnace 60A fuses
Fluorescent lamp clip
Black spray paint
Red spray paint
Scraps (for detailing)
Duct tape (of course)
Frame box (see instructables or buy one at Fastframe) with glass
"In case of..." adhesive vinyl letters
Step 2: Disassembling
Step 3: Making Barrel and Rod
Step 4: Spraying
Step 5: Main Body
Mark and fold case as shown. Cut off parts as indicated.
Fix case to gun with screws.
Step 6: Ammunition
Remove copper terminals from furnace fuse (twist to break internal metal tape)
Spray paint cardtridge in red (lots of thin coats needed)
Put back one terminal and fill "cartridge" with red modelling clay.
Spray top one coat to color match.
Hotglue five (or more) cartridge in a smal piece of light green E.V.A. sheet (try to keep them aligned).
Step 7: Fixing Barrel and Rod
Clamp it to pump rod and fix it using a DIY-steel-wire-lock.
I used a rack-nut (see picture) as iron sight.
Paint them in black (two thin coats).
Step 8: Finishing
Mark shotgun shape and cut a E.V.A. sheet (as shown).
Glue (hotglue or contact adhesive) to another sheet of E.V.A. to creat a emboss background.
Glue (hotglue AND contact adhesive) the E.V.A. sheets to back (hard cardboard) of the frame box
Hotglue cartridges on E.V.A. sheet.
Drill holes in the hard cardboard back and fix shotgun prop with nylon straps (one in the barrel clip and other in the trigger guard).
Fix back hard cardboard with some nails and... finish!
PS: I bought decal "IN CASE OF..." at local Mall (print shop express) and sorry about bad english...