Flint Barnes: Looks like a good tool for a trip wire trap.
negrito nirne: Hi. I wanted to know if it is possible to stop a manual of how to do this weapon please . from the country chile
Steve Obee: how does it preform with razor back 5 brodheads
Darin Gainey: Dank ass video bro, real quality, and I'm into survival. (subscribed)
Michael Vinci: I want one
Michael Vinci: very cool guys
T Binz: Where can I get one of these?Google has no answers for me...Any help would be greatly appreciated.I can no longer shoot a normal bow due to an accident and I like this idea and the compact size!
orlos The Druid: why not just use a bow?
Steven Sawyer: Now that's just cool! :-)
njm vermont: Cool mechanism but one flaw i see is that rubber wont be good in extreme cold. It freezes gets all wavy and potentially brittle. Some coil springs would easily replace it.
Michael Michney: Can I still buy it
Nick Butler: this looks like roulf makers bow
Aser: Interesting little device, but saying you'd pack it in a survival kit or as protection against bear and boar is flat stupid. Take a .22LR for survival. If you're worried about large animals, bring something bigger.
Fun toy. Not a tool.
Tuffy Baxton: when will this be available? How much will it cost in general? Where can i purchase one?
Channel+: Neat toy. Choose this thing over the thousands of of other, better options for survival/hunting? Nope. Nope all day long. Go look at an Oneida bow, pull the string the wrong way, taadaa, a flipper.
Red Salamander: AR 7! Everything stores in the butt stock, it floats, and is vey light. It also uses .22caliber rimfire bullets which I believe are slightly more effective. This would make a great NERF toy!
outdoor'sboy 101: Nice flipper... but how is this a survival weapons
jerry coleman: Ok my two cents i like this design small but effective for a small game survival scenario So i built one just like this one in size but i used ball bearings u pullys on the ends and roller pullys inside overall its not bad for a rubber powered device shoots ok but this trigger pin thing is just bad works but is down right dangerous i use a regular release no loop at the back so it has the extention arm but i mounted the release at the back it does make for one very small very quite sideways crossbow the wire arrow holders are very fidley a wisker bisket fixed all that also added a weaver style mounted handle system removable maybe i will make a video