INSTANT DIY SLINGSHOT....

About: Hai I am sathish kumar, PCB Design Engineer.I likes to make weekend projects with things mostly from scrap yard in order to recycle and also to reduce cost of project.

Most of us like to play with slingshot, that will be fun on by hitting target. Here it is the instructables shows how to simple ,quick and easy DIY slingshots just by using rubber bands and a piece of steel wire.

WARNING:

Using slingshot on human or on animals will hurts lot and also cause serious injuries .so be careful while handling it and do at your own risk.

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Step 1: MATERIALS REQUIRED:

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

Rubber band 4Nos

Steel wire 20cm

Small piece of thick cloth

some steel balls or small stones

Step 2: MAKING OF HANDLE:

In this type of slingshot, it has a handle and thick cloth
as ammunition holder. Here steel balls ,small stones are used as ammunition.

MAKING OF HANDLE

The first step of making this slingshot is making of handle.

To make a handle steel wire of length 20cm is taken and should bent it as like “Y” shape.

Instead of steel we can also use "Y" shaped wood

As "Y" handle is for easy handling .

Edges of the handle should be bend as hook to hold rubber band firmly.


Step 3: MAKING OF RUBBER LOOP:

MAKING OF RUBBER LOOP
Connect two rubber bands with each other and make a loop. Similarly make another loop .

Thus final process is assembling.

Connect the one end of each rubber band loop to handle hook and press the hook in order to keep rubber band on place ,another end to the thick cloth holder. Now slingshot is ready to launch ammunition towards your target.

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