I just remembered this sling I used to play with when I was a kid and decided to share it with you
it is very simple to make and takes no time at all
- All you need is a piece of wood a 1X2 is enough I cut mine at 18" long
- Two nails
- A hammer
- Two wooden clothespins (we will destroy one of them)
- And a rubber band
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Step 1: WARNING !!!!!!!!!!!!
As with all sling toys, they are fun to play with as long as we don't use them on other people and property
So please be careful not use it on other people this include your siblings, neighbors, and strangers
Do not use it on animals
Do not use it on property cars, homes, fences etc....
And keep it away from your face when using it, the rubber band can snap
Step 2: Build It
Very easy to make
Nail one of the wooden clothespins on one end of the 1X2 through its metal coil
Put the other nail at the other end of the 1X2 and keep it sticking out a little bit, we will use it to hold the rubber band.
Dismantle the other wooden clothespin, throw away the wood and keep the metal coil
Put the rubber band through the coil, see the picture.
How to use it
Hold the metal coil with the fastened clothespin and attach the rubber band on the nail on the other end.
Release by squeezing the clothes pin.
Experiment with different size and length rubber bands to get the best distance
And remember don't use it on people, animals and property