There are plenty of ways to kill a zombie, but everyone knows destroying the brain is the most important ingredient in the recipe for eliminating the undead.
Slingshot-whisperer Joerg Sprave has proven time and again that the rubber band weapons are awesome, but the one thing they've always been missing was a nice, satisfying bang. Until now.
Nothing embodies the holiday spirit quite like building a giant slingshot that can fire shaved Christmas trees equipped with a nine-inch nail.
There's no governing body proclaiming this the world's smallest crossbow, but it's only slightly larger than a full-sized crossbow arrow so it's got to be up there. Joerg designed this crossbow to be safe. The arrow is fully encapsulated so it won't accidentally shoot off in an unexpected direction. You cock the…
What's a casual way to start a video? How about a fun little opening introducing what you're going to do or make. You could say something like, "Arrows are normally a good way to pierce a skull, but I'm concerned that [they] may not destroy enough brain matter." Light hearted fun!
This week Joerg invited some students from the Technical University of Munich to create general mayhem with him via a steel axe. But an axe by itself isn't menacing/relevant enough. It obviously has to double as a slingshot. And it does! The handle of the axe is hollow . . .
This week Joerg busted out the deactivated M16A1 rifle (which he obviously has) and turned it into a slingshot. The launcher band mounts on the underside of the rifle barrel, and the weapon shoots two Cold Steel "Hide Out" neck knives aka really scary/sharp little suckers.
Any mischief-maker worth his property damage knows a thing or two about using spud-based projectile weaponry.Our good pal Joerg Sprave is no different, though his weapon of choice uses wood and rubber bands instead of PVC and hairspray.
If you're going to prepare for a disaster, you might as well cover all the contingencies, and that's exactly what Joerg Spave has done. With a coating of rubber. Chances are slim you'd find yourself hunting game in a post-apocalyptic wilderness, but in theory, this crossbow slingshot would be the way to go. And in…
Chemical warfare is generally frowned upon by the world at large, but stink bombs play an important role in any prankser's (read: jackasses') aresenal. The problem with stink bombs is, of course, collateral damage, specifically to the thrower. This custom-made bomb-launcher designed by Joerg Sprave would keep your…