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how to build a survival slingshot from a crashed car?

Discussion in 'General Slingshot Talk' started by dr0ne, Mar 6, 2021.

By dr0ne on Mar 6, 2021 at 8:38 AM
  1. dr0ne

    dr0ne New Member

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    What parts from my car, I can use to build a survival slingshot.
     

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Discussion in 'General Slingshot Talk' started by dr0ne, Mar 6, 2021.

    1. Sergeant Slingshot

      Sergeant Slingshot New Member

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      Piston rods if you can get to them. There are so many pfs and flat top shooter options your imagination can run wild.

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    2. Stream scoundrel

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      You can make one out of damn near anything but the elastic and the pouches are the hard part not impossible to source but not as common as building materials
       
    3. Crazy Canuck

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      Is this hypothetical, like you crashed your car and need to build a slingshot to survive, or have you already crashed your car, and looking to salvage some slingshot fun from the wreckage?

      If hypothetical, then I'd cut off one of the seatbelt buckles and fashion a PFS. Least effort required :)

      Also, keep a spare slingshot, ammo, and bandsets in your emergency bag in the back.
       
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    4. Cruiser

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      If the car is crashed, wake it up and drive away or if it won't wake up, reach in the glove box and get your sling out. Everyone has a sling in there car don't they?
       
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    5. richnewm

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      4 to be precise [emoji1787][emoji1787]

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    6. Mr Muz

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      I assume you have elastic so would just shoot frameless, other than that I would just run things over.
       
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    7. thehappyhippy

      thehappyhippy Veteran Member Staff Member Moderator Supporting Member Admin

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      No rubber ....david sling from the seat belt would be my guess
       
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    8. Pathfinder

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      One in the glove box? Hummmm. More like three. One main one, One for backup, and the third for if someone is with me. Just in case I am not packing heat that day.
       
    9. Pathfinder

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      This really reminds me to go thru my bug out bag / get home bag and check expiration dates. Side note : some medical supplies have expirations dates on them.
       

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