Survival Tips: Do-It-Yourself Projectile Launching Implements

This video is posted for informational and entertainment purposes only. Manufacturing explosive gas projectile launching implements without proper training and blessing from your master is a dangerous felony.

Enjoy:

More thinking outside the box entertainment can be found here:

As an aside, I have a can opener that opens cans by cutting the side of the can lid, rather than the top. If one were clever, they could use normal cans from their pantry to secure any number of items they don’t want seized or stolen. The lid can be easily glued back into place – and the can placed back in the stack of foodstuffs. (You can put an awful lot of .22LR rounds into a stewed tomato can. Just saying.)

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5 Responses to Survival Tips: Do-It-Yourself Projectile Launching Implements

  1. notamobster says:

    Very entertaining, indeed.

  2. notamobster says:

    Just in case you were wondering, yes, this AR stock mod is awesome:

  3. Rockheim says:

    I happen to love the P90.. And I’ll have to dig up the video but there are numerous ones out there that show you how to take your plain ol’ ruger 10/22.. an airsoft P90 clone and make yourself a perfectly legal P90.. No silly ATF nonsense required..

  4. notamobster says:

    Rock:

    Where’s my video, man? C’mon…

    As I alluded to (above), here is the reason a side cutter can opener is useful:

    I just open my cans for cooking, rinse them out (because I burn my trash, so all metal & glass go to the dumpster)and the few I have used – I have just set back together with a dab of hot glue and stuck right back into my stores. Any aerosol can with the reinforced edge will work (i.e. shaving cream can).

    I like what this guy did with the smaller can to fool folks, but I won’t do it because I’m just not that concerned.

  5. Rockheim says:

    @nota

    Here you go.. This is the instructional..
    http://youtu.be/4vl7FXv-Fkg

    and another…
    http://youtu.be/I7gBWdSmQOU

    And here it is in action..

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