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Our homemade see through propane gun

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November 11 2017

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Who hasn’t watched Mythbusters and wanted to make something blow up and then watch it in slow motion? We made this see though propane gun to do just that. 👇 more info and disclaimer below 👇 Watch the aftershow here: This was quite an experiment for us both in terms of the build and by getting into “science” like content. Instead of building a typical potato/spud gun we used propane as the fuel, which let us fire faster… once we figured out how to get it to fire... NOTE: We cannot recommend doing this. We have background and experience that allows us to take this on safely. A propane combustion should only produce 40-50 PSI at atmospheric pressure with normal atmospheric oxygen levels. To be safe we used Schedule 80 pipe with a minimum pressure rating of 140 PSI for all connections. If you make something like this despite our warning, PPE should be worn at all times (ear and eye protection). This was inspired by three other channels: NightHawkInLight (, TheBackYardScientist (, and SmarterEveryDay ( TOOLS / MATERIALS ■ Our new 1000 FPS camera ^ this also has a great selfie mode ■ 3d Printer (LulzBot Mini) ■ Stainless steel PLA ■ Magnetic iron PLA STAY UP TO DATE ■ Instagram @evanandkatelyn ■ Twitter ■ Pinterest ■ Blog ■ Etsy THANK YOU TO OUR VIDME SUPPORTERS!!! @sarah @JustABloke THANK YOU TOP PATREON SUPPORTERS! You can support us here, but no pressure! ■ Katelyn’s Mom ■ Brandon’s Bees ■ Bruce A. Ulrich ■ Kit Low ■ Infinite Craftsman ■ Brooke Boen ■ Matt Baker ■ Making LoCo ■ Jason Kaczmarsky ■ Allen Canterbury ■ Sage Hansenß ■ Small Fry Creations . ■ George Partin ■ Sam Atkins ■ Thistledoo ■ Joel Telling ■ Hubbard’s Handmade. ■ Will Burke ■ Richard Johnson ■ Jim Greene ■ ManCrafting ■ Calli Blanchette ■ TexWoodBuilds ■ Javier Unzueta ■ Miter Mike’s Woodshop ■ Make or Break Shop FILMING GEAR ■ Fujifilm X-T10 (main camera) ■ 35 mm F 1.4 lens (makes things look fancy) ■ Panasonic DMC-FZ300 (vlog and zoom camera) ■ Microphone ■ Main tripod ■ Pan head for tripod ■ Joby GorillaPod tripod ■ Ballhead for tripod ■ Gearbest gimble ■ Lighting kit MUSIC Griptape by Joakim Karud and David Cutter The Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II (licensed via

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