Introduction: Ten Minute Bazooka

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Ten minute bazooka 
 
What you need: 3/4" pvc pipe, pvc cap to fit the pipe, rubber mallet, Co2 cartridge (the kind for soda siphons), screwdriver, drill, drill bits, Dremel

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Ten minute bazooka

What you need: 3/4" pvc pipe, pvc cap to fit the pipe, rubber mallet, Co2 cartridge (the kind for soda siphons), screwdriver, drill, drill bits, Dremel 

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You will need the pipe and pvc glue

Glue the cap to the end of the pipe.

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Tap the cap on to the pipe. Let it dry, then drill a hole smaller than the screw.

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Use the drill or screwdriver and screw the screw into the small hole.

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Slide the inner tube over the pipe and tape the inner tube with duct tape. You can tape one of your old belts to the pipe for a shoulder strap.

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WARNING DO NOT POINT AT ANY ONE  have fun 

Comments

microman171 (author)2010-11-05

How exactly do you use the Bazooka?

Slide the CO2 in the pipe and than tip the pipe so that the CO2 is in the front then
ram the pipe

if this does not make sense watch the video on step 6

ElusiveGreen (author)microman1712010-11-06

Just looking at the design, I'd say that it functions more like a mortar. You have the pipe sitting on the ground, with a vertical angle. Then you drop the CO2 cartridge in, it slides down, pieces on the screw and launches itself back out. Sounds like it would be incredibly difficult to aim and rather unsafe. I just don't see what the inner tube is for, insulation from the cold?

TyrenRaven it is not for insulation  it easier to hold because it slips

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