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Jörg, Do you have any I idea of making these type, (Can't you get any PASS or permission to make wrist brace Slingshots ONLY for demonstration purpose)



 

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Sorry, can't make braced slingshots. Totally outlawed. No licenses available.

The slingshot in the picture looks cool, but is probably very heavy and most likely a poor performer, using thick tubular rubber.

Designs like this one are easy if you have a water cutter (flow jet), you just program the shape into the CAM and then the machine will cut it out of an aluminum board within minutes. Without a flow jet, lots of work.

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there's a video of this on youtube, takes the guy longer to put it on and adjust it than it takes Jorg to build a slingshot.
 

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Eyshot, it's a silly display piece. I am sure it shoots, but it's not a good desigm.
 

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Ask and ye shall receive
 

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It looks like the guy has had a bad wrist fracture and has had it all pinned and put in traction.
 

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looks like one of those dental appliances in the 70's meant a beating to its wearer in school ...but for your arm.


... is like a Ferrari with an engine of a Volkswagen ... very complicated higtech and shiny-bling-bling... but with a poor performance.


quite peculiar
 

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As a lover of machines, tools, and gadgets of all sorts, I can appreciate what draws you (e-shot) to that design, but (as others have noted) it also strikes me as the quintessential Rube Goldberg contraption.
It definitely does LOOK very cool, though.
 

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Is it rigged like that for some kind of advantage for night hunting ?
 

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I think a Terminator lost one of it's parts!
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One of the best steampunk slingshot designs I've seen in some time. Design wise it's beautiful in it's own unique way between art and function. At first you wonder what am I looking at? Then the tubes and pouch give it away. Total overkill, and that's cool.

The back half looks like a medical forearm brace with a retro fit slingshot front. It's odd to see a mix-in-match of screws. Most machinists stick with one screw type and use that through out the design. That's what makes me think this is a melding of two different pieces.

I'd like to have seen this completed out where the bands hook to a sled on rails that propels the ammo. Maybe even a simple trigger release. That would take the cake for me.
 
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