So you’ve seen what spud guns are capable of, now find out how to make your own with this tutorial. Parts needed include, a cannon barrel, reducer coupling, end cap, female adapter, two clamps, hardware (nuts, connectors, etc.), stun gun, and wiring. Video after the jump.

You can use the Night Lighter both day and night, but when it’s dark, the clear PVC provides an excellent view of the interior ballistics. Also, the stun gun gives better performance than weaker sparks from piezoelectric or flint/steel igniters. It’s fun both to fire and simply to watch in action

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So you’ve seen what spud guns are capable of, now find out how to make your own with this tutorial. Parts needed include, a cannon barrel, reducer coupling, end cap, female adapter, two clamps, hardware (nuts, connectors, etc.), stun gun, and wiring. Video after the jump.

You can use the Night Lighter both day and night, but when it’s dark, the clear PVC provides an excellent view of the interior ballistics. Also, the stun gun gives better performance than weaker sparks from piezoelectric or flint/steel igniters. It’s fun both to fire and simply to watch in action

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