DIY PVC Air Powered Water Gun

Asked September 13, 2016, 11:46 PM EDT

Hello, I hope you all are doing well.
I am trying to make a DIY water gun and I have already designed a body (which is basically a 4 in by 26 in PVC water pipe with an opening for a cleanout cap to put in water and another hole where a schrader valve is inserted to allow for air to be pumped in).

However, I don't know what to do to create an opening from the 4 inch PVC end cap side to allow for me to insert a rubber tube that extends to a brass ball valve with a nozzle (or anything else that allows me to control the water flow). Could you give me any suggestions on what to do?

Basically i want to add a rubber tube along with a way to control water flow onto the end of my water tank.


PS. I would prefer if the parts were somewhat common (like something i could get at home depot) and the PSI rating should be around 120 (i would use around 80 psi but just to stay on the safe side).
Thank you!

Texas

1 Response

Unfortunately this is not a question that the Freshwater Aquaculture Community can help you with.