“Gatling” Water Gun Created! – Design You Trust

“Gatling” Water Gun Created!


Alex Begrave, an engineer in London, has designed the most powerful water gun that can hold 10 liters of water. This water gun has a firing range of 40 feet and valued at €1,250. Amazingly, it took Alex 50 hours to design and build the gun from scratch.


The water gun design is similar to the forerunner of modern machine gun, the rapid-fire Gatling gun. Understanding the Gatling’s working principle was a crucial step to implement this powerful water gun.


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