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How To: Make a realistic looking MP5 paper gun

This thorough tutorial video series demonstrates how to make a beautiful, realistic paper MP5 gun. This tutorial is broken up into 7 videos, so be sure to click through all of the chapters for the full tutorial. Paper guns are fun to make and can look very realistic (and perform basic operating functions, too!). Learn how to fold the MP5 gun out of paper with this paper gun tutorial.

How To: Build a realistic M16A2 paper gun

This thorough tutorial video series demonstrates how to make a beautiful, realistic paper M16A2 gun. This tutorial is broken up into 8 videos, so be sure to click through all of the chapters for the full tutorial. Paper guns are fun to make and can look very realistic (and perform basic operating functions, too!). Learn how to fold the M16A2 gun out of paper with this paper gun tutorial.

How To: Make an AK-47 paper gun

Don't play with guns, kids... unless their homemade paper guns! Check out this three-part video tutorial to learn how to make an AK-47 paper gun. This somewhat realistic replica gun is the perfect hobby for a young gun enthusiast. What better a gun than the AK to start out with?

How To: Make a paper gun and paper bullet

This is a lengthy and detailed video tutorial on how to make a paper gun and paper bullet. This is not one of those realistic looking replica guns made from paper, but it's still pretty impressive for a gun made of paper. See how to make the paper gun, then watch to see how to make the paper bullets that you can shoot out of it.

How To: Make a paper gun that shoots sniper

This video teaches you how to make a paper gun sniper rifle. You'll be amazed how quick and easy it is to make a proper paper gun that shoots just like a sniper rifle. This video is perfect for anyone looking to have fun with some paper guns. Make sure you reuse, reduce, and recycle. You'll learn how to make the actual gun as well as your bullets. Also, be safe and have good clean fun with your home made paper gun.

How To: Make a Beretta paper gun

Get out that junk paper and scrounge up some tape and a pair of scissors, because it's paper gun time. Watch this three-part video to learn how to make a Beretta paper gun. It's not a completely realistic Beretta, but come on... it's a paper gun. You can shoot paper bullets out of it too if you feel the need to.

How To: Make a NPG-6 paper gun

Turn paper into paper guns! All you pretty much need is paper, scissors, and tape. Watch and learn how to make a NPG-6 paper gun. This realistic, kid-freindly, replica handgun is easy to make. So start folding that paper pistol!

How To: Make a simple AK-47 paper gun

See how to make your own paper gun. This video tutorial will show you how to make an AK-47 paper gun. There's really not that much that goes into making a paper gun. You just need some paper, tape, and a pair of scissors and you're halfway there. Make an AK!

How To: Make a tinfoil bullet for a paper gun that shoots far

This video teaches the secret of making a tinfoil bullet for a paper gun that shoots far. An excellent summary is given below. First start by rolling the tinfoil leaving one side wide and the other side narrow. After rolling it up tear a little piece from the narrow end of the tinfoil. Open it up, insert your finger inside and adjust till it becomes cone shaped. Now put that in your gun and shoot, it will go far as expected. Add some weight if you want to make it go longer. Follow the above t...

How To: Make a trigger-operated paper gun

This is an instructive guide to making a trigger operated paper gun. You will need an A4 sheet of paper. Start by rolling the sheet of paper horizontally (breadthways) and as tightly as possible, . Once the roll is completed, attach 3 lengths of sticky tape at each end and the middle, so it doesn't unravel. Then proceed to wrap another sheet of A4 paper around your existing roll, making sure that is as tight as can be so it is strong and sturdy. Again, attach sticky tape at each end and the m...

How To: Make a paper gun

See how to make your own paper gun! This video tutorial will show you exactly how to cut and fold your way to making a cool paper gun. Try using junk paper, or your homework. Watch both parts to see the whole paper gun making process. You'll need paper, tape and scissors.

How To: Make a paper scope with crosshairs for paper guns

If you're into paper guns, then you can't just stop at the paper gun, you have to accessorize! This video will show you how to create a paper scope, which can be used for any of your paper gun creations. It's a cross-hair scope that works with shotguns, sniper rifles, pistols, and more. It's a great add-on to better any of your guns, for aesthetic beauty and accuracy. Add this sight now!

How To: Make a sticky target with glue for shooting paper guns

Okay, a bullseye is easy to make, but what about making a target that is sticky, that lets your projectiles stick right to the bullseye? This video will show you how to make just that… a sticky target. If you have a paper gun (pistol, shotgun, rifle, sniper's rifle, crossbow, etc) that shoots projectile papers, this is the perfect temporary target for them. It's temporary because it involves glue, which will dry in time, and then your stickiness is gone. Try it out.

News: Paper Gun Bloodbath

WonderHowTo loves paper artillery. More sophisticated in construction than Box Wars, plus tense on-camera drama to boot, Cardboard Warfare is a tight homage to the paper gun. Not completely sold on the acting, but I'm really digging the mise-en-scène. Says creator Clinton Jones, aka, pwnisher:

How To: Make an auto bolt for a paper gun

See how to make a paper gun -- this video tutorial will show you how to make an auto bolt for a paper gun. It's not that hard to make your own paper gun, so why not try and improve it with this automatic bolt? This means the bolt will return to its original place when released. You will need a rubber band, tape, scissors, and paper.

How To: Make a MAC-11 paper gun

See how to make a paper gun -- this four-part video tutorial will show you how to make a MAC-11 paper gun. It's not that hard to make your own paper gun, so why not try out this MAC-11? You can even make paper bullets for the paper MAC-11.

How To: Make a pistol paper gun

See how to make a paper gun -- this six-part video tutorial will show you how to make a pistol paper gun. It's not that hard to make your own paper gun, so why not try out this paper pistol? You can even make paper bullets for the paper handgun.

How To: Make a paper bullet for a paper gun

See how to make a paper gun -- this video tutorial will show you how to make a paper bullet for a paper gun. It's not that hard to make your own paper gun, so why not try and make paper bullets to go with them? Every paper gun needs paper bullets. You will need tape, scissors, and paper.

How To: Make a paper blowgun with a 50 foot range

Training to be a deadly assassin? Why not practice on something a little less dangerous, and make a homemade paper blowgun to begin with? In this two-part video tutorial, learn how to make a sturdy paper blowgun that shoots steel-top darts, and can shoot up to fifty feet. To make this paper weaponry, you will need: An old school notebook, scissors, tape, a hot glue gun, a soda bottle, and 2 paper clips.

How To: Make a paper shotgun that really shoots

There's paper guns, and then there's paper shotguns. It's more powerful than your standard paper gun, and more pleasing to the eye. Watch all six parts of this tutorial to see how the paper shotgun is made, then watch the seventh and last video to watch it in action, shooting a water bottle down.

How To: Make a paper slingshot gun that shoots

A tutorial on how to make a paper slingshot gun that shoots. Things you'll need: Bond Paper, Elastic, Scissor and Duct tape. Roll the bond paper half-wise. Secure with duct tape. Get another bond paper and fold it in half. Cut. Roll the cut bond papers length-wise and secure with duct tape. Form a "V" shape using the rolled cut bond papers. Attach to the first rolled bond paper to make a "Y" form. Secure with tape. Attach a rubber band on both ends. secure with tape. Follow these steps and Yo...

News: This DIY Walking Paper Robot Shoots Rubber Bands from Its High-Powered Gatling Gun Arms

One amazing Japanese papercraft enthusiast has built a walking 'robot' that's made of nothing more than paper, rubber bands, and a few wooden shafts for stability. It's been dubbed the 'Paper Robot III,' and even the cogs and gears are made of paper. The creator made a video detailing his entire process, and he's selling kits to make your own for about $40 US, if you're too lazy to do everything from scratch.

How To: Build a paper blowgun

This video tutorial will show you how to build a paper gun that can shoot. The idea behind this is to build a paper gun that can shoot paper pieces and other items, with power from your mouth. This video should help you in the making of your paper gun, which is more like a blowgun.

How To: Make a paper shotgun that shoots

To make a paper shotgun you will need some tape and three pieces of paper. With the first piece of paper roll it up into a medium size tube and tape down the ends. The other piece of paper is going to work as the handle. Roll that piece up into a tight roll and secure it with tape to one of the ends creating the handle. The last piece of paper is going to be used as the bullets. Cut this piece into three even pieces and roll each piece into a cone shape sealing the end of each cone with tape....

How To: Make a flat paper shotgun

If you're into paper guns, this paper shotgun might interest you. Although this flat paper shotgun is simplistic compared to some other 3D paper guns that actual shoot, it's still a fun project to try out. You only need paper, so try folding this paper shotgun design now! Watch all three parts! Make a flat paper shotgun - Part 1 of 3.

How To: Make an MP40 gun out of paper

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to fold and assemble an MP40 gun out of paper. Using just paper, scissors and tape, you can make a toy replica gun with working parts. (Of course, it will lack the firepower of a real MP40!) This thorough tutorial is in six parts, so be sure to watch the whole series for the full instructions.

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