Proving that there’s little else to do in Canada besides getting high and making moody R&B music, a Saskatchewan man has perfected the homemade shotgun.

The single-shot, 12-gauge model was built using some pipe, a staple gun, a piece of a Croc sandle, a gate lock, and a sharpened drill bit as the firing pin. In all, no more than maybe $50, a day’s work, and the mind of an ingenious, yet certifiably crazy person.

Watch the video above for a how-to and to also see the shotty square off against a watermelon.—Devin Chanda

 [via Gamma Squad]