how to make a powerful slingshot out of plywood

Discussion in 'Tutorial videos' started by The Art Of Weapons, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. this is a tutorial that I made so that you could see some of my ideas that i use to make my slingshots.<br><embed pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" src="http://www.youtube.com/v/P6v5iTzGcsE" width="425" height="350" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" quality="high" scale="exactfit"></embed><br>I hope that you enjoy it!
     
  2. slingpit

    slingpit Slingshot addicted

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    Nice vid, nice intro and nice SS.<br>Is the intro made with C4D ?
     

  3. ili226

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    I like the ss!<br>Good job!
     
  4. 48Chris

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    Great video- great craftsmanship. I really like the pointer about using the drill to make cutting out the blank more efficiently- I'll try that. Don't stress about the fact that you're not using TBG and hardwood multiplex. A craftperson's knowlede and ability to improvise are even more important than the raw materials. If you can penetrate a biscuit tin with 44cal(11.1mm) lead or 50cal(12.7mm) steel with that catty- your local rabbits better watch out. Chris
     
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    <tr><td class="quote">Nice vid, nice intro and nice SS.<br>Is the intro made with C4D ?</td></tr>
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    <span class="postbody"><br>I made it on a program called flixpress!<br>thanks</span>
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    <br>I love making slingshots and slingshot crossbows<br>check out my youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/theartofweapons/featured" class="postlink" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">here</a> for more!<br><img src="http://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_lol.gif" alt="Laughing" longdesc="7">
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    <tr><td class="quote">I like the ss!<br>Good job!</td></tr>
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    <span class="postbody"><br>Thanks</span>
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    <br>I love making slingshots and slingshot crossbows<br>check out my youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/theartofweapons/featured" class="postlink" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">here</a> for more!<br><img src="http://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_lol.gif" alt="Laughing" longdesc="7">
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    <tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>48Chris wrote:</b></span></td></tr>
    <tr><td class="quote">Great video- great craftsmanship. I really like the pointer about using the drill to make cutting out the blank more efficiently- I'll try that. Don't stress about the fact that you're not using TBG and hardwood multiplex. A craftperson's knowlede and ability to improvise are even more important than the raw materials. If you can penetrate a biscuit tin with 44cal(11.1mm) lead or 50cal(12.7mm) steel with that catty- your local rabbits better watch out. Chris</td></tr>
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    <span class="postbody"><br>Thanks<br>I used the drill for cutting out the frame because I did not have a jigsaw blade that would turn around a corner as sharply as that.<br>Thanks for your feedback!</span>
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    <br>I love making slingshots and slingshot crossbows<br>check out my youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/theartofweapons/featured" class="postlink" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">here</a> for more!<br><img src="http://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_lol.gif" alt="Laughing" longdesc="7">
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  8. shadows

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    you can get awsome finishes by sanding it then using grey primer the sand of little bits redo the grey then using steel wool rub all of it it'll have a glass smooth finish and you can still paint it a color you want learned it by shop class yay class of 2017