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Cricket wrote:What does everyone think of these?
I've been able to smash into coconuts with metal marbels before, so it looks like they could POSSIBLY smash into a skull.
Plus they are relatively cheap, you can use any kind of ammo in them that will fit in them, plus reloading is a lot faster than with crossbows.
bgaesop wrote:How accurate is it? I had one of those for a while and the rubber band decayed and wasn't very accurate, so I want to know how yours is.
-Jason- wrote:It may smash a coocoonut because they are brittle and will not cushion the blow. Fat and skin will.
Cricket wrote:-Jason- wrote:It may smash a coocoonut because they are brittle and will not cushion the blow. Fat and skin will.
The flesh inside of a coconut cushions the blow.
Thats kind of the agreed apon test here, if it can smash a coconut it can smash a skull.
DragoBloodlust wrote:If you have a LOT of experience and a WHOLE SHITLOAD of practice, a slingshot can be a great weapon. But, its like a good sword, dont fuck with it if you dont know what you're doing. You'll only get yourself killed.
ghostface wrote:Slingshots are like pellet rifles- I'd maybe keep one and lots of ammo in my BOLocation. No way would I even try to kill a zombie with it unless it was literally the only thing around. They might be useful for hunting small game so as not to waste ammo.
DragoBloodlust wrote:Actually, a good slingshot is more like a .22 caliber pistol.
Oracle wrote:if it will smash a coconut, it will definatly smash a skull. since coconuts require more force to break
Exactly where are you getting this information? Evidence, please.
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