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How to make a Dragon Dropping? Answered

I found this and it looks pretty sweet, but not really wanting to pay the $25 plus whatever shipping, I thought is there any way to make your own?

Well? Is there?

I don't know but I'm asking every one out there.
Thanks.

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robotguy4Best Answer (author)2009-09-16

Hmmm... Looks like a chainmail hacky sack...

I saw this in related (Over there===>)
https://www.instructables.com/id/chain-maille-hacky-sack/

Replace the 252 5/16" rings with 252 1/4" rings, and use 2 2/5" rings instead of 2 1/2" rings; BINGO! You got it!

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Kryptonite (author)robotguy42009-09-16

Ha ha, thanks to you, and tags! I'll have to try this when I get some free time. Thanks.

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Re-design (author)robotguy42009-09-16

looks like a perfect answer to me.

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knexagunner (author)2009-12-22

Feed ur dragon onse in a whil it mite crap on de floor.

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An Villain (author)2009-12-14

find a dragon, feed it mirilax, be patient.

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Kryptonite (author)An Villain2009-12-16

Aww man, I found the dragon but I'm all out of mirilax.

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Re-design (author)2009-09-16

Sure you need 6 oz. of aluminum rings the right size. A jewlers saw. Some free time and lots of patience. You have to cut the ring so that you can open it enough to link it to the next ring. Then bend it closed. I don't know if you can buy them anodized in different colors or not so you might have to learn how to anodize them. I'm sure there is an instructable for that on this site. The only ring you don't cut is the first ring. Keep linking them in the right order and correcting your mistakes and stop when you have your Dragon Dropping.

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