This homemade Nerf 'bazooka' is no joke (VIDEO)

While a real, functioning AT4 anti-tank weapon requires a lot of paperwork, a Nerf mockup does not.

Using 3D printed cosmetics and adequate safety practices, Ryan and David came up with a pretty faithful version of the standard 84mm anti-armor weapon complete with flip-up sights, an electric trigger and safety switch. The four-foot tube launches pool noodle projectiles with PVC warheads strong enough to obliterate styrofoam heads and watermelon at close range.

If these guys seem familiar, you may remember them from their past efforts at upsizing Nerf munitions:

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