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Of paper caps to create a surprisingly impressive “bomb” Several of the projects even include variations where combatants mount laser pointer sights to their shooters to increase their accuracy Finally once you’ve built your armory the author provides plans for a Top Secret Concealing Book to hide your stash as well as targets for shooting practice Never let your personal space go undefended aga. My son Adam found this in the science section at our local independent bookstore and I said This could be a dangerous book in your hands Adam has an obsession with wanting to blow things up and dismantle electronics We split the cost and my husband had a blast building this stuff using items in our junk drawer I found the book absolutely ingenious The author is a professional toy designer and also wrote Cubical Warfare another must read In the words of writer William Gurstelle One must assert dominion over the desktop Between the instructions provided in Austin s book and access to your office supply cabinet you need tolerate no threat to the security of your cubicleBy Adam This is my new favorite book These mini weapons really work My friends love them and have paid me money to make them the Simple Cross bow and Concealing Book I love the Penny Bomb I did extra chores to get mega supplies giant bag of rubber bands paper caps etc and now I have all I need to create these mini weapons in a matter of minutes See of my reviews at ChildressInkcomKim Childress Book Editor Girls Life Magazine

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Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction

PopularMechanicscom selection for one of The Best DIY and Home Improvement Books of 2009  We’ve come a long way from the Peashooter Era with the advent of modern household products and office supplies binder clips clothespins rubber bands ballpoint pens toothpicks paper clips plastic utensils and of course matches and barbeue lighters troublemakers of all stripes have the components needed to build. I ve been reading an excellent fantasy story elsewhere involving siege warfare It reminded me of this book that I ve used previously in children s sciencetechnology workshops You can make all manner of models of old fashioned siege weapons as well as catapults etc using stationery euipment or lolly sticks and elastic bands etc I remember that the trebuchet with a domestic battery as the counterweight was surprisingly effective and instructive There s a strong temptation to scale it upMarvellous diversion for a bored adult on a wet afternoon or even curious kids with supervisionThere are advanced ping pong ball guns towards the end of the book involving barbecue lighters and solvent containing hairspray as a propellant which I ve scaled up and made Those are definitely an adult projectsFun but be careful with some

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An impressive if somewhat miniaturized arsenal Toy designer John Austin provides detailed step by step instructions for each project including materials and ammo lists clear diagrams and construction tips for mayhem loving MacGyvers The 35 devices include catapults slingshots minibombs darts and combustion shooters Build a tiny trebuchet from paper clips and a D cell battery Wrap a penny in a string. I checked this out thinking cubicle warfare I suppose this would be a cool book for someone else just not me Why would I try to do this in the office Just make a slingshot from your fingers and a rubber band If I wanted to make a projectile weapon I don t need this book My mind can come up with just as plausible devices with office materials On the other hand if you have time to kill and just want to goof off I guess this is for you With all this effort I d rather build a potato gun or a larger trebuchet or catapult It would be cool to build a functioning crossbow but a mini one made of kitchenoffice stuff For what purpose If I just want to launch an item at a co worker I mean some of the stuff described here is downright dangerous


10 thoughts on “Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction

  1. says:

    Impulse buy with my son at Kepler's Books Turned out to be marked down to 1 though I found it in the science sectionI boug

  2. says:

    Very cool how to book for making little launchers and other weapons out of office supplies Well done with some projects that actually could do some serious damage

  3. says:

    I’ve been reading an excellent fantasy story elsewhere involving siege warfare It reminded me of this book that I’ve used previously in children’s sciencetechnology workshops You can make all manner of models of old fashioned siege weapons as well as catapults etc using stationery euipment or lolly sticks and elastic bands etc I rememb

  4. says:

    Amazing Small Projects Am going to definitely Try some of these

  5. says:

    I checked this out thinking cubicle warfare I suppose this would be a cool book for someone else just not me Why would I try to do this in the office? Just make a slingshot from your fingers and a rubber band If I wanted to make a projectile weapon I don't need this book My mind can come up with just as plausible devices with office

  6. says:

    Great as a gift for kids or people who want to build and create awesome stuff to pass the time Brings out your creativity and imagination

  7. says:

    Middle School BooktalkDoes anyone in the room have an ordinary pencil on their person or in their backpacks? How about Rubber Bands? Paper Clips good at least someone’s prepared How about pens? Now to the untrained eye these may seem like your innocent everyday implements of writing and attachment But To the MiniWeapons expert these are the building blocks of your arsenalIn MiniWeapons of Mass Destruction you will find instructions on how

  8. says:

    My son Adam found this in the science section at our local independent bookstore and I said This could be a dangerous book in your hands Adam has an obsession with wanting to blow things up and dismantle electronics We split the cost and my husband had a blast building this stuff using items in our junk drawer I found the book absolutely ingenious The author is a professional toy designer and also wrote Cubical Warfare another must read In

  9. says:

    Well writtenGood instructions that are easy to follow many of these projects are things that I remember making as a child out of crazy stuff around the house and around the grade schoolI did have fun reading the book and looking at the plans in it the person that had the most fun with it was my 10 year old who got me to make most of these

  10. says:

    One word AWESOME These are easy to build and effective weapons for your office warfare Or just some fun target shooting much preferr