The world's first 'rifled' slingshot (VIDEO)

I was wondering how long it would be before people really called Joerg Sprave out on his use of the word “rifle” to describe some of his larger projectile weapons; gotta admit he tackled the critics with a respectable level of waxy-headed panache.

Sprave is still running the fundraiser for his full-length feature film project, “Zombie Wars,” although it looks like the project might fall short of raising the $190,000 goal.

This doesn’t mean that “Zombie Wars” isn’t going to happen. Instead Sprave is going to get traditional producers involved, which is something he and the crew wanted to avoid.

I look forward to any project this guy gets his hands on. If you want to see more as always, check out his YouTube Channel and official Slingshot Channel website.

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