Real Captain America Shield Bounce Back
In the comic books, vibranium absorbs the energy transferred to Captain America’s shield, yet still allows the shield to transfer its energy out, redirecting it with little loss. However, this material does not exist in real-life, so one comic book fanatic had to get creative to build a real-life version that actually bounces. To start, the shield itself is made of carbon fiber with a fiberglass ring to provide bounce while keeping maximum strength. Read more for a video and a few bonuses.



This homemade Captain America shield magnetically attaches to the users wrist and can be thrown overhand just like in the comic books and films. Unfortunately (or fortunately), it cannot be used in battle, as this shield would most certainly be damaged in any kind of battle, much less one involving actual weapons.

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