4' long of 1.5"
PVC pipe for the barrel
1' long of 3" PVC
pipe for the combustion camber
A pipe reducer from
3" to 1.5"
An end cap holder
An end cap
Coleman lamp sparker
Get all your parts
ready for assembly.
Cut all your pipes to
the correct length using a saw.
Take the end cap
holder and glue it onto the end combustion chamber
pipe (Fatter, sorter one) Make sure you Don't get
glue into the threads.
Take the 3" to
1.5" reducer and glue the 3" end to the
other side of the combustion chamber.
Next glue the barrel
to the other end of the reducer.
Drill a hole in the
center of the end cap. Make sure the bit is the size
of the sparker.
Take the sparker and
screw it into the hole you made in step 6.
Let it dry over night,
then your ready to fire
Now lets get on to
firing. You will need a ram-rod, a simple broom stick
will do, and a board. Take your spud and rest it atop of
the barrel. Next take the board and hit it square to cut
the edges off. Then take the rammer and push it down the
barrel. Careful not to push it into the combustion
chamber! It is best to make a mark on the rammer to see
how far to push it down. With the potato down, get your
hairspray and spray about 3-7 seconds in the combustion
chamber, then put the cap on right when your done spraying. Now,
be Careful were you aim! Twist the sparker and C'ya