Marshmallow Crossbow

Jun 23, 2016

Category: Gear

Welcome to First World hunting. Introducing the Marshmallow Crossbow, the ultimate office warfare or camping crossbow that fires full-sized marshmallows up to 60 feet. We all probably had a slingshot or two growing up as kids, obsessing over our ability to launch projectiles at our friends and neighbors but now it’s time to graduate to the big leagues.

In addition to being made to shoot targets, each Marshmallow Crossbow is handmade from a solid brick of douglas fir, a conifer tree native to British Columbia where the crossbow is manufactured. The front bar, holder, and mallow-chute are made from aluminum and the trigger is made from a handsome piece of black walnut. The piece is a work of true craftsmanship, boasting extraordinary accuracy and made from all natural materials. It’s the medium of annoyance any kid would dream to own and frankly, we wouldn’t mind getting my hands on one either. Available now for $80. [Purchase]

Litchfield Marshmallow Crossbow 3

Litchfield Marshmallow Crossbow 2

Litchfield Marshmallow Crossbow 4

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