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How does this water canon function?

On the backside I can see a valve assembly, I don't see enough detail but it's likely a connector for compressed air. Assuming that the mechanism is simple, compress the air in the square part then ...
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Water Hammer is damaging the pump!

The obvious solution is to use a purpose build water hammer arrestor. You should try that unless there's a reason you can't. Source If you can't buy one, just build something functionally similar. ...
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Water Hammer is damaging the pump!

High pressure is a cause of water hammer in the pressurized side just because high pressure water moves faster. I don't think this is a solution in this low pressure side (I'm assuming you have ...
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