Click - Clack Toy Gun

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Introduction: Click - Clack Toy Gun

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Click - Clack toy gun, a DIY toy gun from popsicle and tongue depressor that sound click clack when playing.

Material: Tongue depressor ticks or big size popsicle, popsicle which smaller than the first, tooth picks, rubber bands.

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Step 1:

Use the bigger popsicle stick, bore a hole on each 2 sticks at the position like this picture. Take some other ticks and cut 3 of them them into these above shape.

Step 2:

Stick 3 later sticks in step1 to make the handle for your homemade toy gun using Kodak Eastman 910, Super Glue 502 ... a kind of transparent liquid glue.

Then, stick your just-made toy gun handle with 2 borehole-sticks in step1, these 2 borehole-sticks will be the body for the toy gun.

Step 3:

Take 3 small popsicle stick, tick them together, then stick to the gun body like these pictures to make the gun barrel.

Step 4:

Take 2 ticks of small size popsicle, glue them into the cross shape, bore a hole at the center that your toothpick can easy go through. This will be the trigger.

Step 5:

Put the trigger into the slit of the gun body, stab your toothpick through the gun body and the trigger. Glue the toothpick to the gun body, be careful not to let the trigger tick to the toothpcik. Then cut away the spare parts of the toothpick.

Step 6:

Finished!

Please check out this clip for a guide in video and how this gun work.

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8 Discussions

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obasan
obasan

4 years ago

Thanks for posting this. I used it in my craft class here in Taiwan - a big hit!

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legonintendo
legonintendo

4 years ago on Introduction

Not to hard, works well, and is a lot of fun for indoors and outdoors! A++!

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agis68
agis68

5 years ago on Introduction

its cool, it's cheap, my nephews will be excited

thanks

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Mo0k
Mo0k

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

Many thanks!