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Discussion in 'Crazy contraptions' started by eulengesicht, May 3, 2013.
It's not allowed in Germany.
With a laser everybody can shoot however where the sport and the stimulus remains.
This kind of slingshot isnt allowed but laser would be.
Anyway both is for women.
I think I've seen laser sights on SS's somewhere before. I like the opening music!!!
Nice work, not sure if I'm buying the first time shooters claim though, specially the 2nd girl. She's def fired at least a bow before...
Also watch his vids about the mini cannon very funny.
I'm not really buying this video. First of all, I cannot see how a laser mounted to a non-pivoting fork would be accurate, regardless of adjustment screws. I think there are too many possible variables in a beginning shooters form. Secondly, I'm a bit suspicious of the can trajectory when struck. It seems to fly off very similarly to the way it would if it were pushed from below with compressed air or something. Either way, clever video but I smell a rat
Tried to estimate the distance and endet about 5m, 15feet. Not 34feet as described, or microfeet only. Try to aim a laserpointer more than 10feet, it is not possible to hold on a place so long.
I use a candle instead.
Same advantages as laser but much cheaper.
Forgett it, this "girl" is Jörg with a wig.
I think, with a good amount of experience and a clean release, a laser is not necessary.
Plus, as GY said, it's hard to hold a SS so calm.
Another one with laser:
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that's interesting, he's in need of some guidance though... that handle could be inverted for a start and what would be super cool, if the laser had programmable elevation settings, say like three positions? ??
i would prefer a led tactical torch.
i should be less critical (i could go on...) and say how nice it looks... even if it would be a pain to use.
Look from 2:35 on:
In this video you can see Jörgs 3rd generation W-Shooter together with a self adjusting laserpointer...