2-minute LEGO Grenade

Introduction: 2-minute LEGO Grenade

I will be teaching you how to make a very simple lego impact grenade. It will only take a little longer to make than it will to clean up. I hope you enjoy my instructable!:D

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Step 1: Peices

You"ll need two half cyllinder peices, a sheild peice (thats what i call it anyway) and lots and lots of small random peices.

Step 2: Amunition

Put the sheild peice on one of the halves, and fill it to the brim with small peices. Any left over peices put in the other half.

Step 3: Putting It All Together

This can get alittle tricky, because you have to be fast. Lean them both towards eachother and push them together. slide the half without the sheild peice up and click it into the sheild peice.

Step 4: Finished!

Now you are finished with your own lego grenade. Throw it at your cat! Throw it at you dog! Throw it at your friends! And for the really daring, Throw it at the potato below!

Step 5: Additions (optional)

Here are some things you can do to your grenade to make it look cooler.

1: The WWII anti-tank grenade: Take a whole bunch of 2X2 circle bricks and stack them up. put them on the bottum of the grenade. You can also take some 1/4 circle peices and make a circle so the grenade part is alittle longer and it makes the handle alittle sturdier.
2: Frag Grenade: this one isnt very great but take off the "shield peice" and put on one of the circle peices with technic holes on the sides and get a technic 2 length peice with the thing on one end for a + and tie some string to a wheel and the other end to the technic peice.

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    5 Discussions


    4 years ago

    Uses:throw in front of someones feet while they run or walk


    8 years ago on Introduction

    @beanman911 including finding the peices:P bout to post a tutorial on an easy electromagnet check it out