Funny you should ask. It's one of the most interesting battery operated bubble guns that I have seen made. It really has a sifi look already, it comes in bright colors. The bubble can goes inside the handle and a wiper goes up and down as you pull the trigger and it blowers bubbles out the end. I got it from a friend who's son broke the bubble emitter part so it would not blow any more. I asked if I could have it. I just primered it and painted it grey. I just haven't done anything else with it yet. I thought maybe some lights or something. Sorry I forgot to mention, it was purchased at Walmart. I believe they carry them every year. I will post a better photo if you would like me to.
Here are a couple of photo's just for you. This gun shouldn't be to hard to find at one of the stores mentioned. Also look in drug store toy departments. You know the real funny thing about this gun is that all toy manufactures put in the mold there name some were on them. This one has nothing any were on it. It's completely clean. Good luck.
Post by tanzanlinnear on Nov 18, 2005 13:10:41 GMT -5
Those sabers really are fantastic. I'm curious about the soft metal foil that you mentioned... How do you get it to stick to the wood/pvc? Is it self-adhesive? Did you use a lathe to achieve some of the cuttings? PS Thanks for reposting your photos
Post by Ani-Chay Pinn on Nov 20, 2005 12:00:38 GMT -5
Interesting stuff. It looks like stainless steel contact paper? A whole role is kind of a lot for just a saber or two, but if you make other props, it has all kinds of possibilities. You could make a lot of lightweight, metal-looking stage props with that.