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Pea Can

a device for attacking my lil niece
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my lil niece and myself have been engaging in paint ball type antics around our house involving drinking straws and frozen peas. I want a C02 powered lil pea shooter to pelt her, she keeps winning :(
etherman, Aug 23 2006

Spud Launcher http://www.sciplus....&cartLogFrom=Search
[Galbinus_Caeli, Aug 23 2006]

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       Fill vacuum cleaner with peas, set to 'blow'.   

       (Does anyone still make a cleaner with a 'blow' setting?)
egbert, Aug 23 2006
  

       Make sure you go for the back of the legs.
skinflaps, Aug 23 2006
  

       lil neices don't make good pelts [etherman], and questions might be asked about her disappearance.
ConsulFlaminicus, Aug 23 2006
  

       You're looking for a spud gun - powered by a simple spring-loaded compressed air mechanism, armed by sticking the working end into a spud (potato). Will work with peas too (or, at least, my one used to).   

       (Do not confuse with the spud howitzers these things have evolved into - per a quick Internet search - these are strictly Saturday night special format.)
DrCurry, Aug 23 2006
  

       // (Do not confuse with the spud howitzers these things have evolved into - per a quick Internet search - these are strictly Saturday night special format.) //   

       I'm glad you said that. I pictured some little girl getting blown away by a potato. Actually kind of funny in my mind, but wouldn't be a great idea to implement. This would be bad for reality.
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Aug 23 2006
  

       Sounds a lot like an Airsoft gun.
half, Aug 23 2006
  

       Soft air guns are baked. This appears to be what the author is calling for.
Texticle, Aug 23 2006
  

       Pea can? Nuts...
lostdog, Aug 26 2006
  
      
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