The WristBow Mk II stores multiple carbon fiber darts in its ammo clip, which drop into place as needed
It uses a 2-milliwatt red laser to assist in aiming
It's mainly constructed from a combination of hand-made aluminum, steel and brass components
Although Priebe isn't sure of its exact draw weight, he tells us that the darts will stick into wood when shot from a few meters away
Patrick Priebe's original WristBow
When we last heard from German cyberpunk weapons hobbyist Patrick Priebe, he'd made a set of X-Men-inspired goggles that incorporated burning lasers. Some time before that, however, he showed us a wrist-mounted, laser-sighted crossbow that he'd created. Now, he's just completed a new-and-improved "semi-automatic" take on that crossbow.
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