Automatic NERF Vulcan Sentry Gun

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

While we grew up playing with NERF guns all day, contraptions like this NERF Vulcan Sentry Gun make the stuff we played with look like junk.

Designed and built by Instructables contributor BrittLiv, this sentry gun was created by modifying an existing NERF Vulcan Gun. Powering the toy gun is a Arduino Uno controller alongside a few servos to help the unit move from side to side. The gun will automatically fire at perpetrators, but can also be manually fired by using a controller. The gun’s firing speed has been increased by 50% for maximum damage, and the gun has even been programmed not to fire at users wearing a specific logo on their shirt – which will come in handy when luring victims into a trap. Unfortunately this NERF toy will not be hitting the retail market, but if you are ready for a fun DIY project, head on over to Instructables to get all the details you will need. Watch the video below.

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