Retro paper raygun that really pops

Wait for it… wait for it… POP! It’s always fun to find great novelty items at antique stores. How many people played with one of these when they were a kid? Simple, fun, and harmless. I wonder if today these are not PC. In the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s it wasn’t uncommon for these pop guns to be used as advertising. The pop you get is big for a piece of paper. It can be pretty funny watching people master the technique. Yep, not everyone has the knack to make print pop.

paper print popgun SalesmenSampleCheck out this kid demonstrating how to make an Origami Popper, very similar principle:

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