Metal Hanger Crossbow

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+8 1. curator commented 8 years ago

germany - where a bottle of beer can even become a tool
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+6 2. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

Bulgaria where a bottle of Vinegar can become a bottle wine >:)
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+2 3. cameramaster commented 8 years ago

Now all you need to do is to tip the 'bolts' with Curare.
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0 4. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Of course this video is self explanatory, but for those who are curious of what he said in the beginning:

Hey guys, today I will show you how to build a crossbow by yourself from a metal hanger. I also want to specifically mention here that the crossbow is not a toy, please don't aim at people and definitely keep away from children. If you like this video, please "like" and subscribe. Thank you!

#3..And then what? ;)
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+3 5. creepylonghair commented 8 years ago

Not as good as the "slingshot" guy :)
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+2 6. bella1 commented 8 years ago

I remember as a child at school we would make a very deadly projectile by unscrewing the ends of our "biro Pen" so the ink tube could slide in and out of the tube freely, then with a rubber band attached to the pen or by using our thumb we would pull back on the rubber band with the ink tube resting on the rubber band and let go.