or a book titled Weapons With PVC could possibly be my next calling. We have two days left of Christmas break and I am trying hard to not make another trip for PVC. Currently we are making Samurai swords and now the troops are requesting a catapult.


If you have kids to keep busy and want more ideas you can always try PVC Plans. Our favorite is the PVC Marshmallow shooter. For plans go here. The PVC Bow and Arrows are a blast and can keep a birthday party of 10 boys entertained! My boys now graduating to larger weaponry want to try a catapult and a mortar. They love The Art of the Catapult and Backyard Ballistics.


4 Responses to “PVCWarToys.com”

  1. banshee Says:


  2. leslie Says:

    oh man, my step boys would love this!

  3. Becky Says:

    My husband used to do something similar to this when he was a teenager. For a version with a little more safety, you can get a swimming pool foam noodle (the basic round type with a hole in the middle), and slide it over the PVC pipe. It’s a very nice fit. He would then wrap the whole “sword” in duct tape so it would stay together.

    The end result is a bulkier sword, and while you can still hurt someone if you’re really swinging hard, you’re a lot less likely to get bruised knuckles and black eyes from normal play.

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