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A light bulb bomb is surprisingly easy to make. It also comes with its own initiator and electric ignition system. On some light bulbs, the light bulb glass can be removed from the metal base by heating the base of a light bulb in a gas flame, such as that of a blowtorch or gas stove. This must be done carefully, since the inside of a light bulb is a vacuum. WARNING: Do not do this without full body coverage. This could easily go wrong and literally blow up in your face.
When the glue gets hot enough, the glass bulb can be pulled off the metal base. On other bulbs, it is necessary to heat the glass directly with a blowtorch or oxy-acetylene torch.
If the metal base didn't come off, get a different light bulb.
In either case, once the bulb and/or base has cooled down to room temperature or lower, the bulb can be filled with an explosive material, such as black powder. (TIP: fill to top)
If the glass was removed from the metal base, it must be glued back on to the base with epoxy. If a hole was put in the
bulb, a piece of duct tape is sufficient to hold the explosive in the bulb. Glue the base back onto the explosive bulb, and let it dry. Make sure you used good glue, because you're going to be twisting the device into a light socket.
Then, after making sure that the socket has no power by checking with a working lightbulb, all that need be done is to screw the lightbulb bomb into the socket.
Certain old fashioned light bulb
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