Bill Gates' $100,000 challenge to make a better condom prompted a German slingshot fanatic to create his own unique solution, but is it still safe sex?
Master slingshot designer Joerg Sprave reminds you once again why you don't want to mess with him and his wooden weapons.
A slingshot that fires chainsaws? What could possibly go wrong?
German slingshot nut Jörg Sprave has been at it again, but this time he's created a weapon that would probably get the Department of Homeland Security people to sit up and take notice if he were living in the USA.
Nerds, geeks, weaklings — it's time to stop getting your butts kicked. Slingshot expert Jörg Sprave is here to defend you from having your lunch money taken with his latest creation: the Nerd Revenge 2000. With this, no bully will ever mess with you again.
Bet you thought that human slip-and-slide/slingshot was the ape's bananas, didn't you? This high-flinging human bungie slingshot isn't quite as epic, but it's still scary enough to make you wet your pants mid-air. And that's something.
If the name Jörg Sprave doesn't ring a bell by now, you've some homework to do, because the guy is undeniably awesome. His love for building jaw-dropping killer slingshots is unrivaled. His latest one? Powerful enough to sling steel balls through one car window and out the other.
How many ways can you kill a zombie? Shotguns, axes or machetes are obvious choices, but how about shooting deadly circular sawblades into its face? Mr. Slingshot a.k.a. Jörg Sprave returns with a wooden slingshot that'll stop any zombie dead in its tracks.
Crazy slingshot man is back, this time with a homemade contraption that fires six 20mm steel balls at the same time, perfect for putting six holes in pretty much anything. OK!
If someone gave Dennis the Menace a 21st century reboot, the little rascal would need an upgrade. His wooden slingshot wouldn't cut it. This laser-guided slingshot — yea, now that's what I'm talking about.