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This is a small size Syringe needle shooter or Syringe darts. They can hit the target up to 15m.
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Step 1: Watch the Video
Do not target or shoot humans or animals. Be careful with the needles, they are extremely sharp. Do not lose any needles because if you have small kids they can find them and injure themselves.
Step 2: Tools and Materials That Are Needed
For this project you will need:
- Scotch Tape
- Wrapping Paper
- Stainless Steel Ruler
- Syringe with a Needle
Step 3: Cut the Wrapping Paper
Cut 5mm wide pieces of foil wrapping paper. I prefer to cut it with a knife but you can also use scissors.
Step 4: Making Wings
Cut them 10mm in length and place on the sticky side of scotch tape.
Step 5: Making Wings
Then fold the wings in T shape.
Step 6: Making Wings
Cut off the unnecessary scotch tape and stick the wings very accurately and precisely to the syringe needle.
Step 7: Almost Done, Just One More Thing
Step 8: Last Step
Place small amount of glue to impound the needle. Or you can suck hot glue into the needle.
NOW YOU' RE READY TO SHOOT!
Step 9: Add-on
If you wish, you can add a laser pointer for more fun and accuracy.