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DIY T-Shirt Cannon: Pretend It’S Half-Time in Your Backyard Ballpark

by Paul Strauss
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Ever wanted one of those crazy t-shirt cannons they use to blast shirts into the stands at the stadium? Well thanks to hacker extraordinaire KipKay, you can now have your own.

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Kip has put together this handy tutorial video on how to build your own t-shirt launcher from common parts you can get at any hardware or plumbing store. Once assembled, all you’ll need is a bicycle pump to put enough air in there to get the t-shirt flying through the air.

The video itself doesn’t show you everything you need, but if you head over to KipKay’s website you can get all the details. A PDF with full instructions can be found here.




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Comments (2):

  1. kabadesu says:

    I would launch my acting career :(

  2. plumberirvine1 says:

    It would be better if I just go to orange county and meet plumber irvine

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