Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction: Build Implements of Spitball Warfare

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  • Title: Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction: Build Implements of Spitball Warfare
  • Author: John Austin
  • ISBN: 9781556529535
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback
  • PopularMechanics 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 barbeque lighters troublemakers of all stripPopularMechanics 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 barbeque lighters troublemakers of all stripes have the components needed to build 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 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 again
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    Impulse buy with my son at Kepler s Books Turned out to be marked down to 1, though I found it in the science section.I bought this book over the objection of the female members of my household, though my daughter flipped her position after she built a crossbow and a Viking style catapult.My son was beside himself with joy of course, and we stayed up late Friday turning a mechanical pencil into a BB shooter and making a little paper clip gun out of an old wooden clothes pin I found in the baseme [...]

    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.

    Middle School Booktalk Does 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 arsenal.In MiniWeapons of Mass Destruction you will find instructions on how to construct everything from your basic clicky pen, la [...]

    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 ass [...]

    Well written,Good 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 school.I 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 projects with her.Mind you some of these things are a little dangerous then perhaps little people should be playing with but it is still fun.Just remember [...]

    One word AWESOME These are easy to build and effective weapons for your office warfare Or just some fun target shooting much preferred.One bit of warning, make sure to have safety glasses for all involved The ammo on some of these contain things like sharpened pencils, toothpicks, BBs, beans, erasers, pins well you get the idea A mother s worst nightmare And yet I still let my boys build some of them with strict instruction to only shoot the targets and no people We will see how long that lasts. [...]

    As a former youth minister, I m not sure I want teenagers with access to office supplies anywhere near this book it s a veritable Anarchist s Guide to Impaling Your Youth Pastor With Small Pointy Things.That said, it s a lot of fun to read has some very creative ideas There are plenty of you ll shoot your eye out warnings throughout the book, most likely so the publisher can avoid any kind of legal entanglements.

    Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction Build Implements of Spitball Warfare by John Austin is a really cool book on making fun weapons from around the house items Such as popsicle sticks, rubber bands, and a spoon, this book has easy step by steps with some pictures Your boys including girls will have a blast with this book There are so many neat and awesome things to make in here 2015 Summer Reading Review

    j to review I loved this book because it had tons of mini weapons of mass destruction that you can make I made a couple but my faveorite is the bb pencil which is small light and dependable Also I plan on making the maul gun but i haven t yet I think this book is great because you truely can find everything you need in your office I also love 2 and 3.

    Originally posted at postdefiance literary gift, written by Sweet Pea Flaherty.Toy designer Austin guides you step by step as you transform paper clips, pencils, rubber bands, toothpicks, and other household miscellany into catapults, darts, and all variety of shooters The second volume helps you to build your secret agent arsenal Please build and annihilate responsibly.

    I bought this book as leader of my sons cub scout den such a big hit You can t necessarily let them choose on their own, but we built catupults together and had loads of fun launching with them At home my boys built a few things and loved it The Eagle scout who sold it to me commented that he never built anything so cool when he was in webelos.

    My 10 year old nephew got this book for Christmas with a box full of supplies He, his sister, his friends, and a number of adults like me and his mom have been having a great time making their mini weapons and testing them out We found a number of the weapons to be very useful for launching dog treats for his two dogs.

    my thought on this bookYou will die if you take any of the ammo to the face that is what the book is telling youd i kid you not you will die from takeing some of these things to the faceor a arrow to the kneeyes they have good constructions in said book but you should not shoot this in or near someone it will most likely hit them

    Awesome I wish I was brave enough to actually use these at work Making them at home is such a great time though There are so many ways to fire a spitball This would be a fun book to give as a gift.

    Awesome fun If I had this book in high school, I d STILL be in juvie D Basically a collection of building little weapons out of common household objects mini crossbows, catapults, trebuchet in easy instructions with clear illuistrations It s wonderfully ingenious.

    A fun quick read about things to do when you are bored in the offece or classroom The only things required to build these fun little creations are household items like paper clips and toothpicks Great book, anyone would like it.

    What a fun book Joseph saw it and was so excited to make something out of it I can admit that after perusing it, I was thinking up reasons I might have to make something and use it Very creative and tons of fun.

    I have so many plansThis book has so many different weapons you can make from the most basic of office supplies I can t wait to use them on my friends I mean boxes

    This book is PURE FUN and simple to follow Great illustrations I am so digging it I can t wait to make all this stuff with my four small people.

    Um yeah one of the entries is a cardboard tube from a paper towel rocket launcher involving a lighter and a ping pong ball D Nuff said.

    Really cool for office wars and a few to play some practical jokes on others, have the other 2 books as well to read, but need to try these experiments out first from this book.

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