Pressing in on the sides of the gun body at the bolts
(friction will help keep them in place), navigate the
bolts into the holes on the base of the B&M hall tree
hook, aka raygun handle (Figure J). If you have a hard
time getting the bolt to go through the holes, use a
small screwdriver to push it down and guide it in.
3b. Once you have enough of the bolt showing
through, slide a nut on and tighten it down with
pliers (Figure K). Do this for both sides, then add a
second nut to each bolt to lock everything down.
4. Add finishing touches.
4a. Slide the 2" lamp nipple through the side holes so
that equal amounts stick out on each side (Figure L).
Add to each side, in order, 1 brass lamp washer with
fixture seat and 4" opening, 1 steel 1¼" washer,
1 brass lamp 11" check ring, 1 brass ¾" knurled
locknut, and 1 brass 9" bracket cap (Figure M).
4b. Slide the lighter into place. You may have to press
in the sides of the gun barrel slightly to fit. Friction
should hold it; in fact, I usually have a hard time pulling
the lighter out to refill it. If it gets stuck, use a screwdriver to push on it from the back, where the gun
barrel drops down near the handle base (Figure N).
5. Fire away.
Don’t smoke, kids! Use your raygun to light devotional
incense, airship lanterns, or cartoon dynamite only!