Slingshot vs. Safety Glasses

The Slingshot Channel revisits the safety issues. As most shooters know, safety glasses are mandatory when shooting with slingshots. But can safety glasses protect your eyeball from a broken off fork arm? This has been tested with a styrofoam head and raw eggs that simulate the human eye...

The Slingshot Channel revisits the safety issues. As most shooters know, safety glasses are mandatory when shooting with slingshots. But can safety glasses protect your eyeball from a broken off fork arm? This has been tested with a styrofoam head and raw eggs that simulate the human eye ball. The results are impressive and quite shocking. Everything has been recorded in super slo mo, using a high speed camera (1200 fps). At the end of the video, a direct hit against the "egg" eye, but protected with sunglasses, has been tested. Watch the devastating results! Never ever shoot at someone with a slingshot, it may end beeing fatal.

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