this is a dart that can go about a inch into cardboard. it can also go is an couple of milimeters into a solid rol of duct tape. i asume it can go through skin. therfor i'm not responsible for what you do with it!

Step 1: Gather Materials

these are the things you need. A knife is also optonal

Step 2: Roll the Body

this is prety much strate forward. roll a tube of paper around a pencil.

Step 3: Make and Place Tip

this is pretty much self-explanatory.

Step 4: How to Hold

this shows you haw to hold and fire it.
1 hold ruberband like so. i use folder ruberbands but any. ruberband will do.
2 load it like so.pinch back with fingers.
3 close up.
4 damage it can do.
5 how deep it goes in cardbord.

Step 5: Optional

if the tube is bending then this is for you.
why don't u just staple it instead of hammerring a nail, pulling it out, then putting in a paperclip
because my stapler wouldn't go throught tht posicle stick.
is your stapler a 50cent stapler?
couldn't you just have said "how to make shanks" and or "shivs" etc...?
kool, dangerous, therefore i will not, NOT make it and kill sum1
yeah right<br/>um...... i wont either &lt;(<sup>.</sup>)&gt;<br/>
you could just go outside and rub it against ur patio after 5 minutes irt gets really sharp.
why not just make the dart out of a regular popsicle stick
In your intro picture, the paper (which, from other pictures, I assume to be a church bulletin) shows "GRACE Brethren Church." Am I the only one that sees the irony in a dart that could probably be used (easily) as a weapon being made (and the info passed on) by a person who (based on the materials it's made from) might possibly be a member/active participant in a historic peace church? Just thought it was a bit ironic, that's all.
i ake a paper dart and put a needle through it. works very well. your dart seems hard.
hehe... I won't <em>kill</em> <strong>ANYONE</strong>...hehe...<br/>

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