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Here is how you can make your own water balloon launcher. We use high strength surgical tubing unlike many of the launchers you can buy online that don't ...
Materials required: (1) small roll of duct tape (2) 8 inch lengths of 1/2" vinyl tubing (2) 6 foot lengths of latex rubber surgical tubing The vinyl tubing ...
Attach together 5 pieces of duct about 18 inches long. Fold over the top and bottom edges about 1/2" to create a hem. Take 2 pieces of tape ...
Place the two 8" pieces of tubing across the 5 pieces of tape about 8 inches apart. (The threaded rod in the picture is only used to keep ...
Make a handle by attaching 2 pieces of tape about 22" long lengthwise. Then fold or roll them lengthwise into a 1/2" wide strip.
Cut two 1/2" slits 3 inches apart in the middle of the pouch. Do not cut through the hemmed tape embedded in the pouch, rather cut right next ...
Wrap the ends of the handle around the pouch, overlapping the loop of handle that was created in the previous step. Secure the overlapped portions of the handle ...
Insert the surgical tubing through the vinyl tubing channels and tie each one together with a square knot.
This is a 3-man launcher but we've attached it to the Water Balloon Launch Pad which only requires one person to load and launch. Have fun!
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