Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction 3: 3: Build Siege Weapons of the Dark AgesPaperback Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction
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- Publisher: Chicago Review Press
- Format: Paperback | 256 pages
- Dimensions: 152mm x 228mm x 15mm | 521g
- Publication date: 1 May 2013
- Publication City/Country: Chicago
- ISBN 10: 1613745486
- ISBN 13: 9781613745489
- Sales rank: 84,098
Utilizing easy-to-find and inexpensive materials, this handy resource teaches desktop warriors how to build a multitude of medieval siege weapons for the modern era. Novice combatants will learn to build 35 defense weapons, including a marshmallow catapult, a chopstick bow, a bottle cap crossbow, and a clothespin ballista. In addition to beefing up their Dark Age arsenal, would-be warriors are provided with a number of targets on which to practice their shooting skills. Clear diagrams, instructions, and safety tips for each project are included, making construction of each of these weapons simple, safe, and fun.
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John Austin is a professional toy designer and he lives in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Load up on marshmallows, cut up old CDs and ask your mum for her clothes pegs its war! All these objects should have you on your way to building some of the most terrifying instruments of war from history. With easy step-by-step instructions simple household items can be transformed. With just a set of chopsticks and some string you can practise the ancient Japanese art of archery called Kyudo. A steady hand is probably needed and nearly every item requires quite a bit of gluing or taping together. But lets face it, when exam time comes how are you going to protect your answers from the cheat sitting next to you? - Flipside Magazine (teenage magazine extolling the joys of reading) May 2014