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Emergencies. They never advice. They catch you unprepared. And sometimes in some emergencies, we think "It would be good if someone had a gun like Bat...
CAUTION: Because of the short time of the contest, this is a non tested prototype made of ordinary stuff. Instructables and M.C. Langer are not respon...
The trigger is easy. Cut an iron angle and insert a screw with a plastic piece (for activating the gun with your finger). Then, insert the small sprin...
Take the PVC cap and make a hole in the middle, big enough for the PVC (or aluminum) pipe of the projectile. The pipe must go loose across the hole. T...
Disarm the garden hose pistol. We will need the handle. Adapt the yarn cone. Then, use the iron angles and a metal strip to strip the handle to the la...
Take the aluminum case and attach in the center of the bottom the 1/2" PVC cap. Drill another hole on the bottom, insert the steel cable and fasten it...
If you want, paint the gun. I use SUGRU because I wanted a more ergonomic (and colorful) handle. For charging the launcher, introduce the projectile ...
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