Posted 17 April 2011 - 02:31 PM
5 1/2 PVC Elbows
Modded Lanard Shotgun (or any other blaster really)
Rope, String, or Twine
The Frame is used to Hold the shotgun in place so it doesn't get pulled off the object it is placed on when the rope is pulled.
Take your shotgun
My Rigged Shotgun will be placed on my bed, so alterations may have to be made in the design if it is to be put on other objects. The Front is used to hold the Shotgun down, while the small section in the back is used to hold the frame on the bed. Here are some extra pictures:
This is how it will be placed.
It will be placed on the bed like this.
This is the way it will look once it is dropped in place.
2. The Lever
The Lever consists of a piece of PVC tied to the door with two elbows at the end to keep it in place. This is how it is placed:
Here it is without the trigger pulled:
Here it is pulled:
Finally, here it is put in place:
Tied to the door:
From where it is to where it is tied to the door:
If you didn't understand anything from the writeup, here is a video that may help:
Posted 17 April 2011 - 06:21 PM
I got to try this in my room to keep out my pesky sister.
Posted 17 April 2011 - 10:55 PM
Posted 17 April 2011 - 11:20 PM
The rope is actually losser than you think. First, the lever is slightly pulled for the shotgun to be fired without too much force. Second, if you can see in the video, I have a small bedside table. When tension is put on the rope, it gets caught on this, instead opening very far, making it harder to fire when the door is opened only slightly. All you really have to is tie it too the door when the door is nearly closed. I sorta show this backwards in the video when I take the rope off the door. Hope this helps!
This might have an obvious answer, but after setting this up how do you get out of the room?
Thanks for the comments guys!
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