This entry was posted on August 2, by Admin. It may be August, but the summer fun is not over yet! Even if it is not summer when you are reading this, it's never too early to get ready to have fun and make memories! This can be a fun project to put together with the kids! The best part about crafting with PVC pipe is that there's no one right way to do it!
Project Guides - DIY PVC Water Gun
Easy-Peasy PVC Water Gun : 8 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables
Today, I have not one but two great water guns to show you. One is simple, the other is really really really simple. Both are made from a water bottle, and they both use the same concept, but are actually a lot different. This gun is pretty cool. It doesn't have too long of range, but nobody will want to come close if you are wielding it.
Easy-Peasy PVC Water Gun
This water gun is similar to other versions out there, including this one I shared a few years ago, but with a handful of new tricks to simplify the design and make it easier for people to duplicate. This type of water gun is basically a large syringe. There are two main parts: the outer piece which is the barrel, and the inner piece which is the plunger, or piston. On one end of the piston there is generally some type of seal, that acts as a round, watertight squeegie.
A water gun or water pistol , water blaster , or squirt gun is a type of toy gun designed to shoot water. Similar to water balloons , the primary purpose of the toy is to soak another person in a game such as water warfare. Historically, water guns were made of metal and used rubber squeeze bulbs to load and propel water through a nozzle. Wolff's June 30, patent,   the oldest known reference to a squirt gun is dated thirty-one years prior, with General William T. Sherman 's quote regarding the effort to quell secession : "Why, you might as well attempt to put out the flames of a burning house with a squirt-gun.