Catapult

The catapult has always been a favourite weapon of choice in the medieval times.

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"Catapult: mechanism for forcefully propelling stones, spears, or other projectiles, in use mainly as a military weapon since ancient times. The ancient Greeks and Romans used a heavy crossbowlike weapon known as a ballista to shoot arrows and darts as well as stones at enemy soldiers. The term catapult too can refer to these weapons, but more often it designates a larger engine that is used to hurl stones from a single long arm swinging through the vertical plane. Nearly all catapults employed in ancient and medieval artillery operated by a sudden release of tension on bent wooden beams or of torsion in twisted cords of horsehair, gut, sinew, or other fibres." 

Encyclopædia Britannica

The catapult has always been a favourite weapon of choice in the medieval times. Catapult is a modern design of this device and built with smooth stainless steel and will fire with a very satisfying Thwack!

The unique spring driven design ensures a smooth operation and adaptability. The standard ammunition is a golf ball.

  • Stainless steel and bronze construction, with a blade of special spring steel.
  • Hydraulic shock absorber to handle the hit.
  • The standard ammunition is a golf ball.
  • Comes included with all the needed tools and a small oil can.
  • Plaque mounted on the base holds the owners name and serial number of this Catapult.


Catapult is 30 cm wide and 60 cm long. In cocked position the height is 34 cm and after it has been fired it is 52 cm.

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