Ever wonder what facial expression people make when they’re about to be hit by something via slingshot? No? Well, no need to keep guessing because the Sling Shot camera can help you out with that by taking photos of people prior to them getting shot at.
Slingshot-obsessed madman Joerg Sprave is back, and this time around he is showing off the finished product of that crossbow slingshot that we saw a while back. Along with that crossbow design, he is also showing off a smaller handheld slingshot that uses the same roller system that the crossbow uses.
I’ve always wanted one of those ray-guns that Marvin the Martian had in Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century. While you might not be able to disintegrate a cartoon duck with these prop ray-guns, you’ll still look just as bad-ass as Marvin did (except you won’t have his helmet).
The last couple of times we talked about slingshots made by our pal Joerg Sprave it was either chunking iPhones as the ammo or destroying cars. This time around, Sprave is back with a slingshot that uses more common ammo in the forms of big ball bearings.
While George Lucas would like us all to forget Han Solo did shoot first when confronted by Greedo, at least we have a memento to remember it by. I only wish that when I needed to solder some electronic parts together, I had a soldering gun this cool.
Yep, it’s September, and if you can believe it, Halloween is just around the corner. If you’re looking for a cool costume, and don’t have a lot of time (or the talent) to put one together for yourself, you should definitely check this out.
We’ve featured a variet of the insane slingshot-style weapons created by Joerg Sprave before, but this one wins the record for the most powerful and largest slingshot I’ve ever seen.
This 10 foot-long beast can fire a 3-inch steel ball over 650 feet through the air.
Ah rubber band guns! There’s something cool about making something so complicated to launch a barrage of rubber bands. Check out this rubber band gun [JP] made by some Japanese genius, based upon the FN P90, a Belgian submachine gun.
Sure, you could always shoot paintballs at your mortal enemies, but if you’re looking for a way to really make a mess of things, there’s not many better ways than with some good old fashioned tar and feathers.
When you think about RC helicopters, the word lethal isn’t really something that pops into mind, but it might when you see this one. The Shadowhawk helicopter is remote-controlled and can fire stun batons, shotgun shells and grenades at your enemies.
This isn’t an official Zippo-issued lighter (because I doubt it would be legal to do so) but it’s way cooler than any other standard-issue they’ve released thus far.
Roll the flint wheel on this lighter but make sure your face is a safe distance away from the barrel unless you want a mini bullet to hit you straight in the face.