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Before the smartphone revolution left the company behind, Nokia was synonymous with mobile phones, particularly handsets that could seemingly survive anything. The Nokia 3310 is still considered to be one of the most indestructible of its breed. And who’s better-qualified to prove that than the mad scientist of slingshots himself?
Being able to send a playing card whizzing across a room with a quick flick of the wrist is a neat party trick, but Joerg Sprave has always been more interested in slicing open targets than impressing party guests. So he used his mastery of the slingshot to design and build a weapon that uses regular old playing cards as ammunition.
It might be a common fear, but being afraid of needles is completely understandable. Who in their right mind likes being jabbed with a long, thin metal tube? No one. And while Joerg Sprave’s heart might be in the right place with his latest creation, it’s hard not to be even more terrified of just the concept of a syringe slingshot, let alone seeing it in action.
Leave it to Joerg Sprave, the internet’s favourite slingshot-building madman, to finally come up with a guaranteed way to make all Americans love soccer. Instead of the players being limited to only using their feet, they should all be allowed to carry this soccer-ball-firing slingshot that can easily propel a ball the length of the field.
When you’re tasked with invading a fortified castle, the easiest way to defeat your foes is to burn their home from the inside out. And while we’ve lost some of the medieval skills mastered by our ancestors, it turns out that creating your own self-igniting fire arrows isn’t that difficult thanks to modern technology.
Everyone’s favourite vaguely Eastern European slingshot enthusiast is back again to endanger both himself and the people he loves. Except this time, Joerg is flinging ice — because winter is coming.
Snowball fight? Those are for idle teens who have nothing better to do than to go windmilling around, awkwardly flinging globes of snow with little speed and even less accuracy. Snowball war, complete with its own customised slingshot arsenal? That’s what I’m talking about.
Joerg Sprave is a creative guy. He’s also an ambitious one. That’s why, when his YouTube viewers doubted that his slingshot rifles were actually rifles — after all, they’re slingshots — he set out to prove them wrong with a big piece of sewage tube.
Not satisfied with the dart-launching pistol he whipped up last year, Joerg Sprave went back to the drawing board and came up with a dart-shooting sniper rifle that all but guarantees him domination at his local pub’s dartboard.