BRNLY SlingPop Pocket Slingshot

Nov 8, 2017

Category: Gear

Lucas Burnley is one of the top knife designers in the everyday carry industry. But he doesn’t solely build stellar blades – he has a whole catalogue of impressive EDC gear. One of our all-time favorites, however, has to be his BRNLY SlingPop Pocket Slingshot.

Based on the classic projectile-firing tool many of us had as kids, this grown-up version features some major upgrades. For instance, it’s built from precision-machined aerospace-grade aluminum, making it both lightweight and incredibly durable. It also features a built-in bottle opener (in case you needed more of a reason to carry it around every day). And each one comes with two rubber bands with leather pads and fifty 5mm ball bearings. Because, after all, what’s a slingshot without some ammo? You can get your hands on one now for $140.

Purchase: $140

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