Laser Sighted Tactical Slingshot

May 3, 2017

Category: Gear

There was a time when slingshots were little more than an elastic band tied to a forked piece of wood. But it appears as though that time has long passed. Now, they come in all manner of space-age materials and have evolved into something much more elegant. Take, for instance, this Laser Sighted Tactical Slingshot.

This heavy-duty ballistic weapon is straight out of the future. It comes equipped with an infrared laser sight that allows for pinpoint accuracy, whether you’re shooting at targets or live game. And it is spring-loaded (sort of like a compound bow) for high velocity shots, is equipped with a stabilizing support arm, and comes with a conversion kit that will allow you to fire full-sized arrows. So forget that old wood and rubber dud and pick up this high-tech badboy for just $84 – you can thank us later.

Purchase: $84

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