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Chandelier made from bullets

Lrg Bullet Chandelier
Make chandeliers not wars… Link.

10 thoughts on “Chandelier made from bullets

  1. Willow run is right around the corner from me. And the Yankee Air Museum is working on reopening. They had a fire a few years ago, and lost a lot of their WWII planes and artifacts. It was a great place for makers, as the planes were restored by volunteers.
    http://www.yankeeairmuseum.org/

  2. I’m not really sure how this is a MAKE-caliber thing. Actually about half of the MAKE posts don’t really seem like a MAKE thing anymore, especially pretty much all of the ones which are just reposts from Modern Mechanix (which I also subscribe to).

    Nearly EVERYTHING was made (or at least designed) by someone. That doesn’t mean it’s the sort of thing we’re hoping to see on this weblog.

    I hate to be a bitchy complainer or anything but posts like these really dilute the reason why I subscribe to the RSS feed in the first place, especially since so much of the content is just duplicated from Modern Mechanix now.

  3. @_fluffy – there are dozens of posts each day, most are projects you can make and step-by-step how-tos. however, some are to -inspire- the post you see here are what our readers send in. not everyone reads modern mechanix, in fact – most don’t, but i try and pick the posts (and readers send in) the ones that are the most MAKE-like.

    so, send in links and articles, make is what you make it.

    out of the 12,000+ posts on make, there might be 50 total modern mechanix posts (i am also trying to help that site get popular so it stick around).

    just because something is made, doesn’t mean it cannot be re-made… most of the “made” projects here i stated “good to (re)make” and many people do, i’ll try to say that more, but i think it’s pretty obvious what i’m doing :)

  4. @super_J – Most military ammo is steel-core, covered by a jacket of lead, with a thin copper layer on the surface.

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