Spud Gun With Interchangeable Barrel Plans:
1-1'x3" diameter piece of pressure rated PVC pipe
1-2'x2" diameter piece of pressure rated PVC pipe
1-3" to 2" PVC reducer
1-2" female slip to threaded fitting
1-2" male slip to threaded fitting
1-3" screw off end cap
1-3" slip to threaded fitting
1- can of Aqua Net hair spray
1-can of PVC cement
NOTE: ONLY PURCHASE PRESSURE RATED PVC PIPE THAT DOES NOT HAVE "CELLULAR CORE" OR "NSF-DWV" WRITTEN ON IT, IT IS OK TO
USE PVC THAT HAS "NSF-PW" WRITTEN ON IT, IF IT HAS BOTH "NSF-PW" AND "NSF-DWV" ITS OK TO USE.
1. Cut the PVC to the correct lengths.
2.Then bevel the end of the 2'x2" PVC pipe so you get a air tight fit when you load the potato.
3.Cement the 2'x2" diameter pipe into the male 2" slip to threaded fitting.
4.Cement the 2" female slip to threaded fitting into the 3" to 2" reducer.
5.Now take the BBQ igniter and hot glue a paper clip to the side of it so it looks like a spark plug.
6.Then drill a hole in the side of the 1'x3" diameter PVC so the BBQ igniter gust fits through the hole and is farley
7.Then with the BBQ igniter inserted in the PVC put a CRAP LOAD OF HOT GLUE AROUND THE BBQ IGNITER.
8.Then cement the 3" slip to threaded fitting on one end of the 1'x3" PVC pipe
9.Then cement the 3" to 2" reducer to the otherside of the 1'x3" PVC pipe and your finished!
1. Cut a potato in half and use a stick to push it down to the end of the barrel mark the stick so you don't push the
potato to far down the barrel
2.Then spray 1-3 bust of Aqua Net hairspray into the combustion camber and then quickly screw on the cap.
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