This bomb is far better than any of the simple bombs on this website and all the equipment can be bought in a supermarket. So, have fun!
Ammonium nitrate is a dangerous explosive found in a surprising number of household items, including cold packs and fertilizer. This video demonstrates a relatively safe application of this chemicals powers, the construction of a homemade smoke bomb. In this case, the ammonium nitrate comes from cold packs, and is first dissolved in water in a bucket and then absorbed into a newspaper, which forms the body of the bomb. The massive amount of smoke produced is very impressive relative to other ...
The video will show you how to make a bomb using chlorine and alcohol. Take 2-3 tablespoons of powder chlorine and put it in an ice mountain bottle or a plastic bottle. Add about 1/4 a cup of clear rubbing alcohol. Screw on the lid and shake a couple times until it makes a crackling noise. If you're just testing the bomb, set it down somewhere safe so no one gets hurt. The alcohol will start to boil and turn yellow. It gets really hot, and the bottle will expand a lot and then explode!
Let us make a CO2 bomb. One will need the following: 2 sparklets, a 0.5 liter bottle half filled with water, a hammer and some nails. Hold the sparklets under your foot and punch nails in them. Then, quickly twist the cap to the bottle. Wait for the bottle to grow in terms of its size slowly and then kabooom! It acts like a time bomb depending upon the pressure and the size of the bottle. Try it for some kick-ass fun.
This video tutorial shows how to make homemade napalm fire starting goo with only a couple of common ingredients. This is not the safest material to make, so be careful. You will need three things to make this fire starter: a container, styrofoam, and gasoline. Then, to light the napalm goo, use a fire steel and a knife.
What kind of fireworks will you be handling tomorrow during your 4th of July celebration? Firecrackers? Torpedoes? Roman candles? Homemade aerial ball shells with a potassium nitrate, charcoal and sulfur mixture?
Making napalm at home from household products. First, take a metal can and fill the can up about quarter of the way. Break apart some Styrofoam and put it in the gas. Mix this until the Styrofoam dissolves and becomes a gooey mix. Let the gas soak into the piece of Styrofoam that is in the can. Once the Styrofoam is saturated with gas you can pull it out of the can and light it.You do not want to get this on you once it is lit. It will stick to you and burn you very badly. Please use caution ...
Watch this video tutorial to see how to make napalm. Before you can make napalm, you first need a container for it, so get a nice metal container since the napalm will eat through plastic. See how to make this fun flammable substance.
I will show you how to make a bomb out of vinegar and baking soda (it just makes a rely loud sound).
This video demonstrates how to make a bottle cap bomb. The materials needed are two bottle caps, tape, a pair of pliers, a knife, a small screwdriver, and some kind of firecracker. Poke a hole in the top of one bottle cap wide enough for a fuse to go through. With pliers, squeeze the powder from the firecracker and put it into the other bottle cap. Fill the bottle cap to the rim with powder. Remove the fuse from the firecracker and add some of the shredded paper from the firecracker to the bo...
If you want to make flash powder or black powder for your own fireworks show, you're probably going to need some potassium nitrate, which is KNO3, or saltpeter. Potassium nitrate can be bought online, or at your local hardware store in the form of saltpeter, like Grant's Stump Remover and Spectracide's Stump Remover.
This is a detailed description and demonstration on how to make a Molotov cocktail. Molotov cocktail, mockingly named after Vyacheslav Molotov, is the generic name for a variety of improvised incendiary weapons, also known as the petrol bomb, gasoline bomb, or Molotov bomb. Simple to make, they are frequently used by rioters.
Mentos and coke water rocket? Been there, done that and such an old trick. If you're a fan of (relatively) safe explosives but the thought of packing another Mentos into a two liter makes you groan, then this water bottle rocket will be a pleasant alternative.
This explosive video tutorial will show you how to make homemade black powder without using any sulfur.
If you consider yourself an advanced at-home smoke bomb maker, watch this video! It demonstrates how to make a rather larger, more elaborate smoke bomb than most of it's competitors while still utilizing mostly common household materials. You will need a goodly amount of PVC pipe and a large number of sparklers, but neither of those things should be too hard to come by, and the resulting smoke screen could obscure the escapes of dozens, if not hudnreds of ninjas!
Sparklers are fun, but you can actually step up those mini handheld fireworks into something fit for a pyrotechnics show, as long as you're being careful and extra cautious. With the right technique and safety in mind, you can turns a few packs of sparklers into a crazy sparkler bomb that actually explodes.
This video explains how to make a bomb at home by using some simple items. This can be done by taking some potassium and some sugar. Then mix the both in a tub. Then place 2 lighter gas cans on the mixture. There you have a home made bomb. This can be used as some fireworks in a party or in beaches to celebrate an occasion. This is just for fun purpose and most importantly it should be used in open spaces only.
Many of the bottle-bomb connoisseurs among you are probably familiar with baking soda and vinegar bottle bombs. For those who haven't experienced the joys of these fire-free explosives, however, this video explains in painstaking detail how to construct them at home out of things that you should already have, namely baking soda, vinegar, a plastic bag, and a plastic bottle. Fun and, as far as homemade bombs go at least, safe.
Check out this explosive video tutorial on how to make napalm. What is napalm? Napalm is a highly flammable tacky jelly used in incendiary bombs and flamethrowers and other weapon items, made of gasoline thickened with special soaps.
Learn how to make an impact flash bomb! With this video tutorial, you'll be making ninja grenades in no time! Throw these grenades to the ground and make your escape in a flash of puff and smoke. To make these flash bombs, you'll need a ping pong ball, sandpaper, superglue, flash powder, tissue, matches, and scissors. Make an impact flash bomb.
Do your interests include both chemistry and mischief? If you find yourself at that nexus, then using the instructions in this video to make a smoke bomb in your back yard is sure to be a fun project. The process is more elaborate than some of the other smoke bombs you can learn how to make on this site, but the results are very impressive and doing this project will improve your chemistry skills. Never worry about your opponents seeing where you've escaped to again!
This project is a pyro's dream! In this tutorial, learn how to make a bottle rocket style firecracker at home in less than 5 minutes! This firework can be made with common household items and packs a pretty nice pop! This fun activity is an interesting way to get around all of those anti-firecracker rules and still have a fabulous Fourth of July.
If you're tired of playing ping pong, here's the perfect solution for those left over ping pong balls... a cherry bomb. This video will show you just how to make a ping pong ball cherry bomb, so gather up your materials and get started.
In this tutorial, learn how to grind up sparklers and turn them into a powerful bomb. This bomb makes a tall fire wherever you light it and is super easy to make. Just grind up your sparklers and pour it into a soda bottle, tape it up and light it for an intense pyro experience.
This tutorial shows you how to make explosive ammo. Below are the steps how to do it: 1. Just get some strike anywhere matches.
Wow, kudos to Daniel Eindhoven for his incredible laser-lit coil gun. This bad boy shoots bullets on pure electricity and can shoot up to 85 km/hr.
How exactly does a grenade work? The below infographic illustrates the magic behind the grenade, from the 15th century to the present day. Enjoy, explosion lovers. Cover image by 2dayblog
Acetone peroxide is a primary high explosive. It is the product of the reaction between hydrogen peroxide and acetone and is an acid catalyst. It is notable for being a high explosive that does not contain nitrogen, but is very unstable and typically too dangerous for practical uses in an impure form. The oxidization that occurs when burning is:
With the plethora of chemicals in homes today, it's easy to make a bomb here and there. This video tutorial will show you how to make an explosive toilet bowl cleaner and foil bomb. For your supplies, gather up some toilet bowl cleaner, specifically "The Works", a water bottle, some aluminum foil and some rubber gloves. Soon enough you'll have an awesome chemical grenade.
The RGD-5 hand grenade is a post World War II Russian anti-personnel fragmentation grenade. It is still in service in many of Russia's former client states.
Smoke comes in many flavors. This video demonstrates the construction of a smoke bomb out of a few creative household items: a soda can, a piece of paper, some body spray, and scissors. This process is unlike the ones used in most of the other smoke bomb procedure videos out there, and is definitely worth trying out if you enjoy this sort of thing.
Here I shall show you how to make stable flash powder for all your uses in firework. It's not real flash powder, but the result is pretty good and not so sensitive like real flash powder. In my country, fireworks with flash powder inside of them are illegal, so I decided to make my own.
Making a lighter bomb can be an easy thing to do if you follow my steps—and above all—be SAFE! Warnings
Flash paper is a fun little tool, mostly useful for scaring people, doing magic shows, or scaring people during magic shows. Here, learn how to make it yourself at home without using the dangerous chemicals, including acids, inherent in most processes for it's manufacture. All you need is an oven, a gas cooker, a few simple chemical ingredients, and a desire to make paper burn more quickly than it already does.
Consider this fantastic hack a safety tutorial for DIY pyrotechnics.
In this tutorial, learn how to make super powerful rocket fuel using nothing but sugar and potassium nitrate. This rocket fuel will send your stuff FLYING through the air at super speeds and is very powerful. Check out this clip and learn how to make the cheapest, fastest fuel there is.
They go by many names—poppers, throwdowns, snappers, or bang snaps—but we all know them when we see them. These teeny tiny "fireworks" have been around for over 60 years and are still popular today because they're super cheap and safe for people of all ages to use. Each one contains a piece of gravel with a very small amount of silver fulminate high explosive, all wrapped up in cigarette paper. The paper makes them a huge pain to clean up later, and once you throw one down it's done.
In this Weapons video tutorial you will learn how to make flash powder with a sharpener and cold pack. For this you will need aluminum nitrate, a sharpener and some sandpaper. Scrub the sharpener on the sandpaper and you will have magnesium powder. Crush the aluminum nitrate and make it powder. Now mix both the powders together on a piece of paper. The flash powder is ready. Now you got to light it up. For this take a long stick and light it at one end. Now put the flame to the powder and the...
In this Weapons video tutorial you will learn how to make your own black powder substitute. For this you will need potassium nitrate, charcoal, sugar, a digital scale and a spoon. Take 16 grams of potassium nitrate and crush it make it into a fine powder. Then take 4 grams of sugar and mix it with potassium nitrate powder. Finally take 3 grams of charcoal and add it to the previous mixture. Mix the powder well so that all three ingredients are well mixed. Your black powder substitute is now r...
Potassium nitrate is one of the main ingredients in most pyrotechnic devices these days, but do you really have to use it for your fireworks? Check out this video tutorial to see how to make a rocket without using potassium nitrate and household items. There's no KNO3 involved here!