Small Scale Team Fortress 2 Grenade Launcher Model

Introduction: Small Scale Team Fortress 2 Grenade Launcher Model

A small model of the TF2 Demoman's grenade launcher made from scrap material.

Step 1: Materials

This is a pretty simple model that didn't take long to make and looks great on a desk or coffee table.

You'll need:

2" 3/4" PVC pipe (1x)
1-1/4" 1/2" PVC pipe (6x)
Plastic cap to an aerosol can (preferably one with a beveled edge on one end)
Grip-Rite Fas'ners Tin Cap Disks
Wood (I used 1/2" ish pine I had lying around)

Paint
Wood Stain
Glue or epoxy
Double sided tape (optional)
Sandpaper
Scissors
Knife
Saw (Jig saw or scroll saw is recommended)

Larger block of wood and 2 nails to build the stand

Step 2: Cutting and Shaping

After cutting the PVC into appropriate lengths, cut out the middle of the cap and glue the top to the bottom (make sure to use a lighter to melt the fringes)

Then cut 2 rectangles out of a disk and bend them at a 90 degree angle and glue them between 2 disks (see the diagram below).

Next, cut out the stock and grip out of wood. You can print out a template if you want, but I just drew an outline from looking at the picture. I recommend a jigsaw or scroll saw if you have one. Don't forget to give it a good sanding.

Step 3: Painting and Staining

I used black plastidip for all of the plastic parts and a walnut stain for the wood.

Note the holes in the bottom for mounting on the stand.

Step 4: Trigger and Crosshair

The trigger and crosshair are both made from strips cut from the tin.

The crosshair can be made much larger to look like the original if you like. It can be mounted with double sided tape and then painted.

The triggerguard and trigger are just 2 strips inserted into grooves in the wood put in by a knife. (Make sure to put glue in the grooves first)

Step 5: Assembly

Glue all of the chambers to the back, then the aerosol cap to the revolver portion.

Glue the barrel to the cap and give the whole thing another coat of paint.

I used automotive double sided tape to attach the stock and handrest because I had it lying around, but epoxy would work well as well ( and be less visible)

Step 6: Display Stand/Finishing

The stand is really basic. It's just a painted (or stained if you prefer) block of wood with nails through it that line up with the holes on the gun.I put duck tape on the bottom as a lazy way of preventing the nails from scratching anything rather than countersinking.

And there you have it- a nice, cheap display piece for the gamer in us all.

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    21 Discussions

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    ToriTech
    ToriTech

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Be careful with that, or they'll have to glue you back together... IN HELL!

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    LaffyDuck187
    LaffyDuck187

    7 years ago on Introduction

    if you put a can of compressed air into the handle you could make this a paintball gun

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    The Jamalam
    The Jamalam

    12 years ago on Introduction

    sweet! 5 stars
    What makes me a good demoman?
    WELL IF I WASN'T A GOOD DEMOMAN, I WOULDN'T BE STANDING HERE TALKING TO YOU ABOUT IT NOW, WOULD I!!!
    lol

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    An Villain
    An Villain

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    YOU HAVE DISHONORED THIS ENTIRE UNIT! DOWN AND GIVE ME TWENTY!

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    bounty1012
    bounty1012

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    lol "Oh they'll have to glue ya back together.... IN HELL! HAHAHA!"

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    peach_fart
    peach_fart

    11 years ago on Introduction

    itd be awesome if you could scale this up to the size of the grenade launcher...

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    evilgenius 398
    evilgenius 398

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    it would be even better if you turned it into a potatoe gun.

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    naruto the ninja13
    naruto the ninja13

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    lol go to comicon or a lan party dressed as the demoman and you tell people your grenade launcher can actulaly shoot and if they dont belive you boom potatao crotch shot

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    An Villain
    An Villain

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I was thinking about going as the Medic this Halloween, I look like him (tall, thin, medium-short dark hair) all I need is to make the backpack, get a lab coat, and maybe make a bonesaw.

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    Kaiven
    Kaiven

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    What if I told you that I know how? ;)

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    mr instructable
    mr instructable

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Use a tazer and circuit connecter. You'll need to add a restriction plate so you can spray the hairspray in each chamber. Stuff small red potatoes in each hairspray chamber and if you assemble it right it will be a sweet spudgun.

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    data23
    data23

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    hmmmmm. . . peach seem to be a bit of a tf2 person.

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    An Villain
    An Villain

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I was drawing plans for this and it was going to fire 37mm flares until I realized I was going to have to drop $400+ for 2 magazine loads (12 rounds) unfortunately, I don't have that kind of money I guess it's back to air pressure, toilet paper tubes, and match heads.

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    junkfactory886
    junkfactory886

    10 years ago on Step 6

    No, It is just a display model .To the author, great job! You could simplify some parts and actually make the barrels rotate, if you tried hard enough. But still, fantastic work!

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    jakee117
    jakee117

    11 years ago on Introduction

    maybe you could mod it to be an airsoft grenade launcher, its been done, but this looks cool