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Powerful Plastic Bottle Gun

Updated on June 11, 2013

How to make a Gun

To make a gun from a bottle and a balloon you will need 1 plastic bottle,a knife or scissors, a balloon and a missile a ballbearing (not recomended) or a piece of paper rolled into a ball (safer).

1) Cut about 2 inches off the top of the bottle take the cap off the bottle.

2) Put the balloon uninflated on to the bottle where the cap should go.

3) Insert your missile through the cut off bottle into the balloon.

4) Whilst holding onto the cut bottle pull back the balloon holding the missile take aim and fire.

(WARNING) This gun is very powerful do not aim at people or animals.

 

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      sumon 3 years ago

      This gun is good for protection

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      CamCam 6 years ago

      Haha I made these and me and my son had a war in the woods. Great fun, but I'm bruised all over due to close range chickpea damage!!!

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      donavan 6 years ago

      i made this and i shot myself by mistake

      but this gun rocks :)

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      awesome man 6 years ago

      i made it it is boss i shot it and my little brother ran in the way. by the way it was a paper ball that hit him

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      sumon 6 years ago

      it is goooooooooood for protaction.

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      kimo 9 years ago

      i made one of these some time ago, it rocks

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      austinw 10 years ago

      how do yall make that

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      the heaten 10 years ago

      i dont get it

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      James Paterson 11 years ago from Scotland

      lol

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      Jason Menayan 11 years ago from San Francisco

      Isn't it ironic that, in the video, the guy hits a can of soda called Goliat(h)? David should have used this weapon instead of that slingshot he had. ;-)

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