The Pocket Hammer Slingshot

Apr 25, 2017

Category: Gear

Slingshots are a classic projectile shooter excellent for use in the outdoors. Not only are they fun and easy to use, but they also have excellent survival applications, as they can fire a wide variety of ammunitions – including rocks found in the wild. The classic device, however, isn’t perfect – as is made abundantly evident by this new and improved version, the Pocket Hammer.

Based on the Pocket Shot – a handheld slingshot with a circular design – this variety takes everything that’s great about the original and tacks on the added bonus of a stabilizing handle. What that means is, although the format is a little bigger, the Pocket Hammer is more accurate, offers better stabilization, and even allows for more powerful shots. Best of all, it can actually be dismantled so you can use it as a normal Pocket Shot; comes with an arrow cap; and includes both Pro and Standard pouches, as well as four arrow nock covers. The entire kit is made in the USA, and retails for $99 a unit.

Purchase: $99

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