Wrist mounted Co2 blaster

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Mally34
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Wrist mounted Co2 blaster

Postby Mally34 » Fri Jul 08, 2016 2:33 am

Hi there.

Little project of mine would be to build wrist mounted Co2 powered.

The basic design is a small tank in a backpack with tubes coming from said backpack and triggered at the wrist.

What? It sounds like i want to build webshooters like I'm some sort of spider-soaking-man?

Well maybe I am.

Something else I am is completely new to this sort of build.
Any help. Hints. Tips. Information you may have I'll take it!

Thank you.

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Re: Wrist mounted Co2 blaster

Postby SEAL » Fri Jul 08, 2016 1:45 pm

Welcome to WWN, Spiderman. :lol:

You may want to look up designs for wrist mounted flamethrowers. Just modify the design to shoot water. I don't think many people on here have done much with CO2.
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Re: Wrist mounted Co2 blaster

Postby Mally34 » Sun Jul 10, 2016 7:18 pm

Thank you :) this project is what got me around to water wars but now that I'm here all this stuff is pretty cool. I'll look up the more destructive option and see if I find what I need.

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Re: Wrist mounted Co2 blaster

Postby SSCBen » Sun Jul 10, 2016 9:59 pm

The easiest valve to use probably would be a pinch valve. Your trigger could be a lever which pinches the tubing when held down. When you release the lever, the valve opens. Such a valve would not be too hard to make. I can make a drawing later this week if it would help.


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