How to Make a Gun With Every Day Items

Introduction: How to Make a Gun With Every Day Items

This instructable will teach you how to make a gun that shoots with every day items.

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Step 1: What You Will Need

Tic tac container

Popsickle stick

2 rubber bands

Small binder clip

Pen housing

Duct tape

Pencil

2 markers

1 maker cap

Big paper clip

Step 2: The Handel

Take the tic tac container and flip it upside down and hot glue marker cap like picture.

Tape popsickle stick on top.

Step 3: The Barrel

Take the two makers and use pliers to take out the tip and the top and take out the ink. Then cut off the rest of the plastic tip to make the tube completely straight and tape them to gether to form one long tube.

Step 4: Mechanism

Take the pen housing and make two small holes across from each other 1 inch from the bottom. Take the binder clip and squeeze to gether one handle and take it off the binder clip. Take the rubber bands and slip them between the two sticks off the binder clip handle and put the handle in the two holes in the pen. Slide the pen into the marker tube with the binder clip sticking out, and tape the rubber bands to the marker. Tape the marker to the popsickle stick. Take the paper clip and rap tape around it and bend like picture then glue to handle and barrel. Shoot tic tacs by sliding a tic tac in to the gun and pull back the pen and point at target then release the pen pen.

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    agarrison2408
    agarrison2408

    Question 1 year ago on Introduction

    I am confused on the last step of what to do. The pictures are blurry and the writing isn't super descriptive.