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May 14, 2009

Pedal Powered Air Gun

at 5:40 am. Filed under Funny Hacks

 

This Pedal Powered Air Gun must be tons of fun, no more pedaling the stationary bike in front of the TV. Get on this bike, burn some calories and shoot some targets! Check out the nice re-use of a spent shotgun shell as the projectile for this gun. Bill we need to see a video of this thing in action. 🙂

"The device is made from an exercise bicycle a neighbor up the street was throwing away, the compressor head from a small garage air compressor, and enough PVC to make something almost like a spud gun. The rear is connected to a 1 inch electric lawn sprinkler valve. The projectiles are made from 12 ga shot shell hulls, with the primer knocked out, and the hole threaded for a 1-1/4” ¼-20 screw. Drive the screw in from the front and add a nut on the outside, grind the bolt to a point, and you’re there."


 

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9 Responses to “Pedal Powered Air Gun”

  1.   DIY Pedal-Powered Airgun Motivates You With Projectiles [DIY] by Techno News Feed Says:

    […] The device was made with an old exercise bike, the compressor head from a small garage air compressor and PVC pipe. Apparently, two minutes of easy pedaling can get you around 65 psi—enough pressure to punch a 1-inch hole through a sheet of 1/2 inch chipboard with a hollowed out shotgun shell. Obviously, the barrels an ammunition are interchangeable on this (the creator suggests rats and squirrels as possible projectiles), but the bottom line is that your physical effort will be rewarded with pointless violence. Follow the basic instructions he outlined and you will be thin and maladjusted in no time. [Billlls Idel Mind via Hacked Gadgets] […]

  2. Coupon Keeper Says:

    My wife would kill me if I built that. Although it would be cool to put paint filled water balloons into the canon…. My nephew would have a ball (or balloon) Hehe!

  3. weird :: научпоп@блог Says:

    Электровелик и велопушка…

    :: TidalForce M-750 x2.0 Electric Bike ::

    :: Pedal Powered Air Gun ::

    Оный велосипед разрабатывался для военных и полицейских и сделан на прочной раме Montagure Paratrooper (ск….

  4. DIY Pedal-Powered Airgun Motivates You With Projectiles [DIY] | Shadhinota Says:

    […] The device was made with an old exercise bike, the compressor head from a small garage air compressor and PVC pipe. Apparently, two minutes of easy pedaling can get you around 65 psi—enough pressure to punch a 1-inch hole through a sheet of 1/2 inch chipboard with a hollowed out shotgun shell. Obviously, the barrels an ammunition are interchangeable on this (the creator suggests rats and squirrels as possible projectiles), but the bottom line is that your physical effort will be rewarded with pointless violence. Follow the basic instructions he outlined and you will be thin and maladjusted in no time. [Billlls Idel Mind via Hacked Gadgets] […]

  5. Billll Says:

    You know I asked for one of those little video cameras that makes you tube suitable clips for fathers day, but didn’t get it. The only video I have is one I made for Popular Mechanics 2 years ago, which they wanted in a hurry, and it was the middle of winter and knee-deep in snow. Maybe eventually.

  6. Alan Parekh Says:

    I would be interested in seeing it. 🙂

  7. Marius Says:

    whats the name of the compressor head

  8. Marius Says:

    because i can`t find a small one in germany xD

  9. Billll Says:

    The compressor head is from a Montgomery Wards compressor. I am guessing that an air conditioning compressor from the automotive junkyard would work also.

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