Faster than a speeding bullet! Well…not really. But faster than a speeding steel slug firing out of any other slingshot. The Pocket Shot is a next gen slingshot. At least in terms of its rate of fire and multi-projectile versatility. Design-wise it looks like one of the circa 1978 hot water bottles my grandma used to give me alongside my stuffed rabbit when I had the flu chills. However the Pocket Shot’s technical achievements, such as its ability to fire anything from .4 cal paintballs to arrows at up to 350 feet per second, wouldn’t exist without its antiquated aesthetic. The weapon’s circular shape and soft stretchy pouch are what enables shooters to interchange ammo and fire at 2 to 3 times the rate of a standard slingshot.
Pocket Shots are recommended for hunting in addition to (safe) recreational use. When closed, they measure just 2.3″ x 1.3″, small enough to fit in any backpack, tackle box, or even pocket. A watertight end compartment can also store ammo. When drawn, a Pocket Shot stretches to 5″ long. The end consists of a base ring, locking ring and cap, all made of noryl resins. Pouches are made of high quality latex.
Suggested Pocket Shot projectiles include 1/4″ to 5/16″ steel slugs, marbles, .4 cal paintballs, and Airsoft ammo. BBs are discouraged because they will tear the pouch. Pocket Shot sets include 1 x standard pouch, 1 x pro pouch.