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White_widow
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I distorted the link because it wouldn't let me post it. It just has a bunch of spaces in it. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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If you email marketing or any type of follow-up to, you will know that an email is the most important part, in any subject line.This add to their collection or to start trying to be interested in A wonderful collectors piece. Webshooter comes from the set of Spider-Man.


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Ok. So I've started my own forum dedicated to the web shooter in which we theorized various changes to the formula.

We found out how to make it stronger and more stringy. If you want to see it, go to the superhero forums . com and look for Spiderman---> products----> anything with white widow in it.

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Re: "Webshooter"

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Originally posted by leren
Make some with CO2 Cartridges, tubes, puncture needles, small electric spinners (to form "strand") Have a solid platform that will fit comfortably and a good puncture system in place while keeping the mechanism in an air-tight environment. Formula for "web" (don't swing with this stuff)

1/3 light CA glue (super glue)
1/3 anti-adhesive (preserve as liquid)
1/3 regular Elmer's glue (for texture)

add a small amount of vinegar and salt (to speed reaction when exposed to cold air)

Works great. Looks real. Performs. (don't swing though -it doesn't shoot more than 25ft anyway)

I will provide image soon (maybe if I have time)


nice nice..

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Webs

Hello people, I'm James. I've been a Spiderman fan for as long as I can remember. If any of you can develop a web formula that can support 200lbs (I'm 168lbs but I'd like a wiggle room) I'd appreciate it. I... Know it's going to be hard. But please this is a dream that I've always had. (That and a soda drink hat, I'm 13.) This may be a fools dream, it would be the only good thing in my life (both my father and my girlfriend have died)






-sincerely,
James

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Question, Leren (or anybody)
1. would the fluid hold together like an actual web line from the comics?
2. would it make a difference if everything was 1/4 instead of 1/3?
3. how much salt and vinegar EXACTLY would you use?

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Does the web fluid dry instantly on contact with air???
If yes then can anybody swing???

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