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Do you remember those little pieces of paper you would fling around? If not then it must be a newer thing. : / I basically built a crossbow version! Enjoy!

Step 1: Materials

Materials:
2 metal flat washers
3 Screws
I block of wood
2 rubber bands

Tools:
Screwdrivers
Square
Hammer
Punch

Step 2: Making the Rubber Band

It is simple you take two rubber bands and interweave them.
Pretty simple!!!!!

Step 3: Actual "cross Bow"

Take your piece of wood and make to marks on the front of it.
Then take your Punch and make the holes for the screws.
then layer the rubber band under the washer and screw on tightly
Repeat 2x

Step 4: Attaching the Clamp

Alright now all you have to do is attach the clamp and your done just make sure that you have a screw that is bigger than the loop.( see pic if that doesn't make any sense)

Step 5: Duck!

Have fun

Nice
yeah, let's see you bring that into class lol. oh, and it's spelled inveNtion. you should use firefox, that has spell checker
I know this is 5 years old, but I feel the need to point this out. You have no right to critique and criticize someone else's English skills, when you to, cannot for the most basic of sentences. Please, use capital letters and full stops/periods. To be blatantly honest, your vocabulary skills are rather lacking as well. You should use an English and Grammar dictionary, that should help you learn.
I know I do have firefox but I'm too lazy to use it.
It's not like its anymore work than Internet Explorer -.- Actually, it's a lot less...
Nice. I like it.
thanks!
This is awsom
Not bad mate- easy and straightforward - good stuff
The title should be helpful, not just My new invention.
sorry I will change that.
See now it's more helpful!Good job. 3/5 stars.
Nice modification to the tried and true paper shooter! Good job!
thanks man! I went through two pieces wood to build this thing!.
why do you have black painted finger nails?

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