Monday, September 19, 2011

How to make + shoot the bullpup crossbow

31 comments:

  1. Awesome , godd job just missing the red dot and it will be a weapon of mass destruction

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  2. Can't wait to actually make it myself.

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    1. hi um for some reason this video s not comming up on my screen, i really wanted to see it though so could u help me??? comment please!

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  3. i hope to find the time to make one lol

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  4. good and informative instruction, very nice

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  5. Cool Sling Shooter, If you leave the bands under the strain for very long do they lose power? hysteresis I think they call it. You might try leaving the bow cocked for 5 minutes then measured the velocity. Then try again after leaving it cocked for 10 minutes.? Great job, I like it.

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  6. how long did it take to make that

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  7. Worlds first bullpup slingshot?

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  8. Split stock construction, compacted draw length extention, set forward "bull-pup" trigger...all good stuff. :)

    Flip away sight...well, it's a 50/50. Lack of a cheek piece is something left to wish for. A few things I'd do differently, but it would certainly take longer and cost more to build...but that's what the forum is for, right? I think it would be more fun if you challenged your members to improve on your designs and allow them to vote the winner with the most refined version...that way you'd be getting more quality rather than quantity and driving your community to new heights. Hope I'm not getting too far out of line...just making a suggestion. :)

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  9. Gah! I need better tools. Really wan't to try making these.

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  10. I'am going to make one about half the size.
    Should be a fun thing to take camping

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  11. I really want to make a slingshot.... but in Costa Rica is very difficult to find the right materials... or maybe they dont sell them.. But i have to say that , MAN YOU MAKE AWESOME SLINGSHOTS! Ive been in ove with your videos since i have memory! Keep the good work! XD! Greetings!

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  12. Hallo Jörg,

    in deinem Gesicht ist der pure Schalk zu sehen, als du die Kokosnuß zeigst. So schaut mein kleiner Sohn auch öfters, wenn er was im Schild führt.
    Das Teil ist absolut geil. Ich hoffe in den nächsten Wochen mal einen tag zeit zu finden um auch sowas zu bauen.
    Viele Grüße aus dem Hunsrück

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  13. I'd really like to make a sligshot rifle. Does it take much time to?

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  14. wow and I thought folding knives are intricate! excellent video!

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  15. Jorg,
    Cant find your website. Please post the link.
    I want one of these....
    Thanks for the good work.
    Rev Shnorr (Jim K)

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  16. Thanks for the details on the trigger mechanism--seeing it in operation helps.

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  17. SWEET!!! I just love that it is so compact :)

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  18. Jorg,
    I CANT COMPETE TO DO 150 POSTS. MY ARTHRITUS WON'T LET ME TYPE THIS MUCH. DO YOU HAVE ANY CONTEST FOR SENIOR AND DISABLED?
    WISH I COULD BUY ONE AT LEAST
    THANKS
    JIM K (REV SHNORR)

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  19. Hi, Jorge- Great work! What about using lighter spear gun rubber on the bullpup? Say 13- 16mm. Spear Gun Man

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  20. Jorg, what would happen if one of the rubber bands on one side broke, or the leather pouch broke, when the weapon is loaded under tension? Just wondering how the rubber and steel ball reacts in that case...wouldn't want the ball to come back at your face as hard as it goes into that coconut!

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  21. were are the blue prints? cant find them thanks

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  22. lol reuben your a faget kill yourself

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