Ah, Youtube. Some videos are impossible not to click on. The one above shows how one can relocate a wasp nest with a shotgun.
In terms of DIY advice, this is pretty straightforward. But fun, nonetheless, to watch.
Now, before people start to go crazy over what appears to be the wanton destruction of innocent animals, there is a difference between wasps and bees. Bees are our friends (so long as they’re not Africanized) and wasps are pests. Bees create honey and can live alongside us in relative peace, especially if one is regularly harvesting their honey. For more info on beekeeping, check out these highly informative articles:
Wasps, on the other hand, don’t produce honey. What do they eat then? Other insects. Which is fine, if they are out in the wilderness. But when their nest is close to one’s home, wasps can be a real nuisance. They’re aggressive predators with a venomous sting. They can sting one multiple times, and even after they’re dead their stingers can still release venom. That’s correct, even after they’re dead, they can sting you. You don’t want to live near a wasp nest. Therefore, you have to take measures to get rid of the nest. Is a shotgun the optimal tool for the job? Probably not. But it does do the job.