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Hello this instructable will teach you how make a somewhat solid lightsaber blade.
1.a toy lightsaber (Which you don't want that dumb collapsable blade on any more) 2. two monster bubble rod sword things (they are at wal-mart for 2 d...
Pull or take off the old blade, WITHOUT destroying the handle ad get ready for the next step.
cut off that srcew threaded plastic part and the top on one of the rods so you ony have a clear tube
wrap one of the tube ends in tape and insert tube into the handle. if it looks like the picture you are doing good( it will take trial and error to ge...
the second tube wrap tape around the screw thread until it fits snugly . when the tubes are together wrap clear tape around the seams and join them ...
but if your going to fight with it screws should go into the base and enjoy
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