Can a slingshot hit harder than handguns? The Shootout.

Wrist braced slingshots are illegal in Germany, and in several other countries too. But of course The Slingshot Channel must also cover this potentially strongest type of a rubber powered hand shooter! Therefore, the team went to Greenville, South Carolina, USA, in order to do things that would be a no-no in our German headquarters.

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+3 1. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

"I know what you're thinking punk, did I tie my elastic band to my piece of wood, well to be honest in all the commotion I can't remember either, the question is do you feel lucky Punk? well do yer?" *sheerrrtunk>>> >:)

*in case you were wondering 'sheerrrtunk' is the sound of the slingshot
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+2 2. smi commented 6 years ago

I love the "Walking dead" t-shirt at #5:39
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-3 3. drunkmonk commented 6 years ago

That's such a bullshit test. Of course the slingshot will get the pendulum farther on the grid, because all the gun bullets loose their momentum/movement energy, by by boring fucking timber in a 0.5 cm wide hole. Try doing that with your pinky finger, and you'll get it -- it requires a lot of energy. Without doing math.... sooo... I don't get the point of this video. It's like comparing rubber balls they use at American prisons with bullets from a magnum. :D
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-1 4. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

#3 The bullets are hitting a steel plate, not "boring fu#king timber ". The plate is black and at 2:38 he talks about the steel plate causing the bullet to ricochet.
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0 5. zabz-p commented 6 years ago

o wow, is this guy still alive n doing vids, I unsubscribed because I thought he died in that accident. Im going to re sub.
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0 6. Derpgeek commented 6 years ago

How this guy can compare different mass objects to each other? Depends what is he's definition "hit harder". If he refers to Newton laws. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Then yes, he need more force to put that metal ball to move. And it will hit harder because of that. :)
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0 7. crazymo123 commented 6 years ago

what does he say at the 40sec mark something about being safe, someone help me plz x