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The other main types of siege engine (trebuchet, torsion catapult, slingshot) are already well represented on Instructables, but we don't seem to have a Viking Catapult.Inspired by a ...
You will need: Six bamboo skewersAt least eleven elastic bands.A small plastic pot or bowl.Something to cut the bamboo - wire-cutters work well.Ammunition (dried peas, paper pellets etc)Space ...
First, trim the points off the skewers. Safety firsty, don'cha know. Use three of the skewers to make a triangle. Lash the joints together with elastic bands. Thread ...
The ideal ammunition carrier is a shallow bowl or pouch.You can use a small plastic pot, such as a trimmed-down film cannister, or use a small plastic funnel.Drill ...
Firing is easy - load up the ammunition, pull back and release. The full-sized catapult is lashed together from six or ten-foot staves, and the firer sits inside ...
These catapults are so quick and easy to make, they make an ideal team event.1. Prior preparation - make up as many sets of parts for catapults as ...
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