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Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 1:50 am
nice but why is a captive blade (i.e. not a true projectile)?
I want a circular saw blade slingshot
Re: Shooting circular sawblades with the slingshot
Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 1:54 am
JoergS wrote:Circular sawblades are about as dangerous to be shot from a slingshot as it gets. Heavy. Sharp. Unpredictable in flight.
Seems like the perfect challenge for us here at The Slingshot Channel!
It turned out quickly that rotational speed is needed in order to stabilize the flight of the blade. Otherwise it will tumble and loose speed quickly, as shown in two slow motion scenes. So a special weapon was devised that adds this rotation to the saw blade, and the effect is quite impressive.
A shot of the blade into a watermelon demonstrates the destructional potential of this slingshot invention.
Here ya go POLAND, it's all been done
Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:20 am
OMG I fail
Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:39 am
That was epic fail, Poland
Joerg, I laughed so hard when you had your head in the thing
That is a sweet slingshot!!!
Using the Financial Times as Slingshot Ammo
Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 4:32 am
Certainly not a Zed killer, but usefull "less lethal" ammo.
The Financial Times Germany brought almost a full page about me, very positive coverage in the prestigeous weekend issue.
The Jörg Sprave "Panther" Slingshot by Dankung
Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 8:10 am
Probably the most versatile slingshot commercially available.
Flat bands. Tubular bands. Hammer grip style. FInger support style. Endless modding possibilities.
And you can win a slingshot every week, for a full year!
BTW, I designed it for Dankung for free, as always, like I did for many other slingshot manufacturers in the past.
Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 5:42 pm
JoergS, you are all ways welcome here! I'm so happy that you take the time to share your work with us. If you ever have any concerns just drop us a PM and we will be glad to help you in any way we can.
You are the Slingshot Master!
Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:15 pm
I have to agree. Jorge doesn't get nearly as many comments as he deserves, given the massive volume of stuff he churns out.
(Edit... however, I don't know if he's actually referring to us when he says he's leaving "slingshot forums". I don't think we ever trolled him or anything
Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:24 pm
JoergS, you're the only channel I follow and I jump on your new video as soon as it's here. You always make my day
Please do post here you progress if you feel comfortable with us...
You will not have any problem I'm sure, and I think a lot of people love your work and appreciate your efforts to entertain us.
Thanks anyway for all the past fun!!!!!
Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:36 pm
JoergS, it's sad to hear you are leaving.
I always looked forward on you're videos on Sunday evenings.
The effort you have for you're hobby is AMAZING, Keep it up.
This hobby of yours should not be so demanding, as it has been.
Bunch of inconsiderate trolls i guess......
Thanks for inspiring me with you're slingshots !!
All the best.
Posted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 2:24 am
Daniel, I am neither leaving this forum nor my youtube channel, just the slingshotforum (which used to be my "home base").
I made a few more variations for the "Panther", it is too much fun.
First, I "married" the "Lead Launcher" handle (part of a design I made for Gamekeeper John) with the Panther, simply by cutting the side bars off the frame handle and fitting it into a wooden handle. The wood is "cornus sanguinea", common dogwood. I wanted it to stay as bright as it is naturally, so I did not stain it, just polished and polycoated the whole thing.
I encourage every power hungry shooter to try this handle, it allows ridiculous draw weights. Here you see it equipped with four layers of TB Gold, a full butterfly set that propels the one inch (25 mm) steel balls to ridiculous speed.
I also made a very thin "Speznaz" version of the Panther, just by using a length of shrink tube to cover the handle. I outiftted it with a full butterfly set made from two layers of TB Gold, very good for the 20 mm steel ball ammo.
Posted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 10:11 am
The fork looks like antlers in the first picture. Beautiful!
Posted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:06 pm
Joerg, anyone who gives you insult is simply jealous of your slingshot genius. People made fun of the Wright brothers, and now we're flying.
The internet is definitely just a den of sharks waiting for their first hint of blood in the water. Glad to see you're staying active overall though.
On another note, I actually have some dogwood scraps from a tree in front of my house. They've been drying for about three years and I've experimented with it's workability. This stuff is tough, but very nice to cut. I've no doubt the strength translates perfectly as a slingshot grip.
I actually had an idea for something you would probably be able to bring to life. Ever thought of a wrist mounted sling x-bow? This could be a challenge if you made it to be compact to the point of looking very cool on a bare arm.
Posted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:29 pm
Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2011 4:41 am
Loved the look of different grips you made for the Panther slingshot so i decided to have a go on the Cougar slingshot that i won from one of your videos.
It's a little rough and could do with more sanding but its fine for now.