In this video, I will be showing you how to build the thermal cannon which I have designed. If you enjoyed this video and would like to see more please feel free to LIKE the video and subscribe to my channel! You can also follow me on my Instructables page!
In the below video, I will be explaining how you can make your own airsoft sentry gun. I hope that you enjoy this video. If so, I would appreciate it if you gave it a LIKE!
In this video, I will show you how to turn a basic leaf blower into a ping pong ball launcher. Video: .
In this video, I'll be showing how to make a mini spud gun that shoots BBs over 50 feet. You could also use anything else that'll fit in the barrel as ammunition.
This miniature crossbow is great fun for target practice, and made solely from household items. It's really simple to make and easy to shoot. And you can even combine this with the flaming arrows I showed you how to make before. Materials Needed
How to make a very easy (but strong) popsicle stick crossbow, with a shooting test at the end of the video. It shoots skewers, ink cartridges and some arrows I made.
In this video, you'll see how I built a 50-pound crossbow with a trigger, crossbow limb, and a rifle design. This took me 6 months to make, but it's finally done! This homemade wooden crossbow is made from 3 layered pieces of ½-inch pine cut from a jigsaw. All the filing and planing to shape the wood was done by hand, which is why it took so long. You, of course, can speed things up if you have the right power tools.
How to make a strong mini pistol crossbow from household materials that fires wooden dowels, pencils and chopsticks. It is pretty powerful and can stick into wood! I'm using an acrylic prod but it would be better if you use aluminum.
How to make arrows from a skewer crossbow explode! First see how to make a crossbow: http://youtu.be/4IZVm6iCA40
How to make a airsoft machine gun powered by compressed air from a bicycle pump.
This simple crossbow made of skewers and rubber band can go through a shoe box!
I wanted to make an air gun that had inter-changeable barrels for it so you could use it to fire different projectiles. But in this video, we make a wad to use to shot out a snowball. This is a great step-by-step video on how to build this great multipurpose gun.
Airports Will Never Be Safe: How Anyone Could Build Bombs, Guns, & Other Weapons Using Items in the Terminal
While the TSA was enacted for the safety of the people after the attacks on September 11th, since then it's been viewed as an annoying inconvenience—not because they make us remove our shoes, belts, and liquids, but due to their blatantly discriminatory and unfair actions against the elderly, women, and minorities. There are alternatives (crowd-sourced and private security), but they're not viable options, which means we're going to be stuck with the TSA for a long time.
this is a fun 5 minute project and will work with flash paper as well Step 1: Gather Your Materials
A lot of people were asking me to make a tutorial on the world's smallest potato gun, so I did. Check out my video below for step-by-step instructions on how to make it in the easiest way possible.
This quick guide will show you how to make a makeshift weapon out of cotton swabs, a plastic bottle with cap, a straw, and some hot glue. You'll also need a hot glue gun, scissors, and a drill to make the hole in the bottle cap.
Today I'm going to show you how to create a simple pop bottle launcher that can shoot you bottles up to 100 feet in the air. This device is great for to make and fun for the kids to watch. Its also safe and easy to make, using a very minimal amount of tools.
Hi, guys. I had a lot of requests on how to make a real miniature crossbow, so I did a tutorial—and it took me quite some time to do it. I would appreciate it if you guys could like the vid, give some kudos, and comment. To see how to make the mini arrows, click here.
Here's a step-by-step tutorial guide for how to make a miniature bow and arrow out of household objects. Plus, flaming arrows! Step 1: What You Need
I took trap and skeet my senior year in college, and shooting clay disks in midair was one of the most satisfying things I've ever felt. Naturally, I wanted to buy a shotgun immediately, but they're pretty expensive and I didn't feel like getting a permit. So, what's the next best thing?
Step 1: Find a Pen That Is No Longer Needed (and Obviously Big Enough to Fit a Bamboo Skewer.) Step 2: Gut the Pen
Greetings, my good public. In this article, I will show you how to recreate one of the most effective weapons of the Iron Age. I'm talking, of course, about the iron javelin.
Pneumatic weapons are pretty versatile. You can fire anything from ping pong balls to carrots, or even make your own candy cannon. Because they use air pressure rather than combustion, your options for projectiles are much more open.
Looking for a way to make your knife stand out? You can make your own paracord grip handle, but if you're looking for something a little flashier, how about a glow-in-the-dark handgrip?
One of the coolest things about coil guns is that they're powered by electricity. Usually, if you want to DIY one, the coil itself is the most expensive part. Don't want to buy one? You can either make one yourself, or steal one from another device you aren't using like How To Lou did with his electric stapler turned coil gun. To build it, Lou used the coil from an electric stapler, some PVC, and a few other small things you probably have lying around like electrical tape and a nail. Once he ...
PVC is some pretty versatile stuff, especially when it comes to homemade weapons. You can make a homemade paintball gun, a carrot-firing rifle, or even the Burrito Blaster spud gun. YouTuber Top City Gear (aka Drew) made a PVC blowgun a few months ago, but he wanted something that packed a little more punch, so he built a pneumatic Nerf gun that looks like it really hurts—watch him try it out on his friend in the video below (skip to about a minute in to see it in action).
So you've got your paper throwing stars and homemade smoke bombs, but what's missing to really complete your ninja arsenal? LED Nunchuks, that's what! Jeremy Cook of JCOPRO made this pair with just a few pieces of PVC, some LED wheel lights, and sturdy wire to connect them.
We've seen potato guns, miniature guns, and even paper guns, but how about a carrot gun? This one isn't playing around: it can fire a carrot fast enough to pierce a cardboard box and a gallon jug of water, which I'd say is pretty impressive for a vegetable. In the video below, How To Lou shows us how he made this awesome carrot-firing rifle with about $15 worth of parts and an air compressor, and about 15 minutes of spare time.
I had used the extra parts from my DIY Canon shutter release how-to to make this. It is very easy to do and only took me about 10 minutes—and costs nothing! This doesn't hurt; sometimes I can't even feel it! The closer you are to a vein, the more it will shock you.
The world's first look at James Bond's new blu-ray burning laser weapon! Make your own with Kipkay and his XBOX 360 hack. Disassemble a 360 HD DVD drive to extract the blue diode. Then install it in an airsoft CO2 powered gun modeled after James Bond's gun of choice. The weapon will burn through electrical tape, light matches and burn bright blue the whole time! Schematics and parts are also available.
With a couple strips of 8 foot long duct tape you can braid the tape into a do-it-yourself whip! Make sure that the strips are all the same length before you start braiding nad make sure not to hurt yourself. It may be duct tape, but it can still hurt!
Let's be honest- it's a dangerous world out there, and sometimes you've got to take extreme measures to protect yourself and your family. Other times, you just want to have some fun and make a ninja star out of paper.
If you want to build a projectile weapon system but never want to run out of ammo, try this how-to and build a giant cannon that shoots air balls! With easily available parts, costing under $15, you'll be ready to shoot in no time. Add fog and you have yourself a giant smoke ring shooter. With practice you can shoot hats off people with a harmless ball of air.
Ping pong balls can do a surprising amount of damage when they hit someone, as any Polish Ping Pong player knows, and launcher them effectively is great fun. This video will show you how to make the Ping Ponger, a ping pong ball launcher made almost exclusively of PVC pipe.
Some of the most distinctive tools of the ninja in popular culture are the smoke bombs they throw at the ground the instantly go off without lighting them, yielding a dense cloud of smoke through which they escape. This video will show you how to make ninja smoke bombs at home you can use to make yourself vanish. Very useful for family gatherings and corporate meetings. Active ingredients include stump killer and matchheads, both always fun.
Simon Phoenix used one in Demolition Man, terrorists got their hands on them in Eraser, and you've probably shot one in Halo, but are electromagnetic projectile weapons more than just science-fiction?
Airsoft guns are the guns of choice for many wargamers, and if your favorite one has broken it's a sad day. But wait! As long as the shooting mechanism still works you can make your broken gun into a powerful blow gun! This video will teach you how.