With summer just around the corner you should try out a build like this constant pressure water gun that [JLspacemarine] put together. Similar to the commercially available Super Soaker toys, this isn’t just a squirt gun but includes a water reservoir as well as a pressurized air chamber. Pumping up the air chamber allows for a constant stream when the trigger is depressed. [JLspacemarine] used a combination of hardware store items such as PVC, ABS, springs, hose clamps, and valves to bring this all together.
9 thoughts on “DIY Super Soaker”
Nice. Creative use of off-the-shelf products.
i couldnt do all that. mine would be tethered to an air compressor and a water hose. and it would hurt.
this would work well if you were in http://www.streetwars.net/
He is planning that next if you read the site.
By the way way..The reason the super soaker is not that powerful is that it will take your eye out..like literally dude…
yeah i know lol
I had one of these when I was a kid 50 years ago. It was a good idea then too. Not so much a great novel hack now though, but great ideas need rediscovery every now and then.
Yea, its nice, but it ain’t no flamethrower…
That site is pretty great. Check this build out:
It’s a genuinely scary water gun which, apparently, releases 500oz water per second and shoots 70 feet. The build is very nicely documented too.
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