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  1. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Have you ever wondered how fast a slingshot will actually move a projectile? Here are a couple of sources of info: and These both cover how fast you can move a projectile with...
  2. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    This is the 2nd video from the new location (The Ozarks). As winter arrives foraging for wild plants becomes harder and a hunter gatherer has to rely more heavily on his hunting skills. In this video we go over one of my favorite hunting weapons the slingshot, I'm joined by Kyle who brings his...
  3. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Im trying to Get ideas for custom Home made weapons or Mods i can do to pre existing tools. This is a Thread to show off your tools and weapons. No Hijacking!:taped: I posted Pictures of a E-tool Mod I recently did. they are before and after photos.
  4. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Hi: I have made a Slingbow and want to know what the draw weight is on a normal daisy band is. and Where can I get a band that will shoot a <50 DW arrow?
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Happiness. I know that on this forum, most of the talk is about SHTF events and how many squirrels you can kill with a slingshot.. What im trying to say is, for a weekend, just take the family out. To the beach, the movies, a picnic. Being in the survivalist mentality all the time isn't always...
  6. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Thanks to some inspiration from many of you out there (I'll point out Joerg whose phoenix was the inspiration), when my son asked for a slingshot, I said "OK, but we have to make it". He cut the basic shape out of oak plywood I had laying around with my scroll saw and I used a router to get the...
  7. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Meet my newest piece, Mr. Mini Carbon. 5cm x 3,5cm x0,5cm. Weighs 2 gramms w/o bands, 8 gramms with bands and pouch! Don't underestimate it, it shoots 9,5 mm steel balls with 55 m/s. The way how you shoot it (the ball of the thumb in the middle of the fork), you always automatically "flip" it...
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