Hhehehehe i will try with the italian "sole 24 ore"!
Hey Jorge, I'll start off by saying that the G4 spot on you was AWESOME! My name's Nathan and I'm a huge fan of yours from the United States (I have my Dankung Cougar above my bedpost to protect me in my dreams). I was just thinking about the variety of projectiles you've used in the past, including this post about shooting the Financial Times, and I was wondering if you've ever considered shooting Ninja Stars. You've recently shot a rotating sawblade, but I would imagine the advantages of shooting smaller ninja stars would be that you could shoot multiple stars in succession. And I would also be interested in seeing if they could be shot horizontally as opposed to the vertical fashion of the sawblade. It certainly sounds dangerous, which is why I think it would be an interesting challenge for you. Thanks for posting all of your fantastic work for people to see! - Nathan
I thought it was simply awesome what you did. I was hit with nostalgia when you made the paper dart.
That is so cool. In Maryland, they call the paper and rubber band shooters "wasps". So cool that you made a huge one with that much energy. Wow Jorg! Terrific!
Ninja stars are banned in Germany, even though I don't think there was a single related criminal incident, except in movies maybe.
Too bad you didn't show the interviewer's reaction to your slingshot =)
Mr. Sprave, your designs are always awesome, but shooting a paper projectile remind me of school times! Back then, we shot folded paper, beans and even paper clips! hehI'm sad to hear you got upset at the slingshot forum, but, I'm glad you will keep making those mindblowing slingshots for all of us to see!Thank you!
Makes me feel like a child again! This is awesome. I'm especially glad that you shot it straight up in the air, because I had specifically wished that you would do that. As always, a treat.