Monday, November 1, 2010
Zombie Slaying Slingbow: How to make it at home
Have made another version of my slingbow. This time, upon many requests, I did a tutorial video as well.
I have devised a home made arrow rest, using rubber (what else). Also, I set the rest far back to gain draw length. Then, I designed the "frame" in a way that armslaps can never happen.
The bow is entirely made from 12 mm and 19 mm plywood, with three screws to stabilize the weapon.
It is more bulky, but also a lot more powerful than its predecessor.
Made this on Halloween, so I just had to shoot at a coconut... penetrated both sides. With a field tip.
The slingbow weighs 550 gramms (1,2 lbs), ready for shooting.
Here are the blueprints:
Here is the video:
Posted by The Slingshot Channel at 11:57 AM