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AT4 Bazooka Conversion (Firework Artillery Shell)

by 2ROBOTGUY, published

AT4 Bazooka Conversion (Firework Artillery Shell) by 2ROBOTGUY Jul 14, 2011

Description

One surplus AT4 (Bazooka) used + PVC PIPE + 3D Printer = Dangerous Fun


Experimental way to convert a used Bazooka Tube into a unique Firework artillery shell launcher.

3D printer can make you some semi useful stuff like whistles or bottle openers, but lets look deeper. Personal 3D printers give you the ability to make custom high precision parts quickly. Allowing you to combine two parts into one Assembly for maximum fun!

Primary Test video (A Must Watch!)

youtube.com/watch?v=TUdNGFR3cIw

Previous Life:

youtube.com/watch?v=h6Gq0GCP3BU



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just to take safety a step further... PVC is NOT the plastic you want to launch fireworks out of, If something goes wrong it can splinter into microscopic pieces that a DR. wont be able to remove from your body HDPE is the tubing of choice for a safer .http://youtu.be/XEqRP_MmWWw
Awesome Thing I LOVE IT! just be safe!

Sweet. Only thing left to do is to adapt the trigger to light the fuze (switch+battery+nichrome?) and you're ready for action.

Sweet. Only thing left to do is to adapt the trigger to light the fuze (switch+battery+nichrome?) and you're ready for action.

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Instructions

Acquire:

1 X 2" PVC PIPE (12"~20")
1 X 2" PVC CAP
1 X Bazooka Top V1 (Printed)
1 X Bazooka Bottom V1 (Printed
1 X Used Bazooka (~3.3" ID)
1 X JB WELD
1 X PVC Cement
1 X 200 grit sand paper
1 X Knife

Instructions:
1) Print both Top and bottom Bazooka Parts.
2) Check if both parts side snugly on 2" Pipe (Sand parts till they do)
3) Glue 2" cap onto 2" Pipe (Allow to dry)
4)Slide Bazooka Bottom all the way to the bottom of the 2" Pipe (Jb weld in place)
5)Slide Bazooka top 2" From top (Jb weld in place
6)Paint tube if desired. Add Orange ring around the from to identify this is not A real Bazooka



Warning: These machine was build by trained professionals with years of experience. This machine is still experimental and it is strongly advised not to build this. Fireworks are not toys and should be used based on instructions provided with them. I will not be held liable if you build this.

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Ideaman123 on Jul 6, 2013 said:

just to take safety a step further... PVC is NOT the plastic you want to launch fireworks out of, If something goes wrong it can splinter into microscopic pieces that a DR. wont be able to remove from your body HDPE is the tubing of choice for a safer .http://youtu.be/XEqRP_MmWWw
Awesome Thing I LOVE IT! just be safe!

Anonymous on Jul 17, 2011 said:

Sweet. Only thing left to do is to adapt the trigger to light the fuze (switch+battery+nichrome?) and you're ready for action.

Anonymous on Jul 17, 2011 said:

Sweet. Only thing left to do is to adapt the trigger to light the fuze (switch+battery+nichrome?) and you're ready for action.

Anonymous on Jul 17, 2011 said:

Sweet. Only thing left to do is to adapt the trigger to light the fuze (switch+battery+nichrome?) and you're ready for action.

Anonymous on Jul 17, 2011 said:

Sweet. Only thing left to do is to adapt the trigger to light the fuze (switch+battery+nichrome?) and you're ready for action.

Anonymous on Jul 17, 2011 said:

Sweet. Only thing left to do is to adapt the trigger to light the fuze (switch+battery+nichrome?) and you're ready for action.

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011 said:

How did you get the AT4 tube, did you need a license? Or was it decomissioned and all the triggering mechanisms were taken out?

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011 said:

Im pretty sure thats an AT4 tube

2ROBOTGUY on Jul 15, 2011 said:

Thanks for the info. I will change the info to AT4 But leave Bazooka in some of the description.

winterg on Jul 15, 2011 said:

Marco!!

tbuser on Jul 15, 2011 said:

I LOVE the "Fire Like This" Instructions and icon on that bazooka... btw where the hell does one get a used bazooka? :)

2ROBOTGUY on Jul 15, 2011 said:

I bought this Bazooka at a Computer/Gun show about 10 years ago. It cost at the time 20 Dollars . A must have Item for a man Cave. Man do I miss Computer/Gun Shows!

BenRockhold on Jul 15, 2011 said:

The level of awesome is off the charts. To anyone building this: please do not get arrested.

Linkreincarnate on Jul 15, 2011 said:

Or shot....

mifga on Jul 15, 2011 said:

whaa!

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