The Pocket Shot | Better Than A Slingshot


If you liked slingshots when you were a kid, you’ll definitely like The Pocket Shot. It’s basically an upgraded slingshot that will allow you to load and shoot different projectiles. The best thing about it is that you’ll be able to do it at two to three times the rate of a regular slingshot.

The Pocket Shot can reach a fantastic 350 feet per second making it quite a serious gadget. It’s specially designed to maximize power and accuracy. The Pocket Shot is made of fiber reinforced composite that’s used in production of line knife and gun handles. The pouch inside the ring is dipped in the highest quality latex and hand rolled and the inner ring is made not to crack or break easily.

The Pocket Shot On The Ground

The Pocket Shot is small, powerful and accurate.

When you’re using it, it’s 5 inches long, but when closed, only 2.3 x 1.3 inches. Also, one cool and practical thing about it is that when it’s closed you can hold ammo inside it. Just push the pouch inside to close it, and it becomes so tiny it can easily fit into a pocket.

The Pocket Shot Closed And Placed In A Pocket

When closed, you can store ammo inside it and fit it in your pocket.

The Pocket Shot is really simple looking and lightweight. With it you’ll get one standard pouch, one pro pouch, one inner ring, one outer ring, a cap and an instruction booklet. The difference between two pouches is in the thickness. It’s very simple to change the pouch, you just use the back of the cap to unscrew the rings.

The Whisker Biscuit Cap Of The Pocket Shot

The Whisker Biscuit Cap allows you to shoot arrows.

To shoot, you can use 1/4 inch up to 5/16 inch steel slugs, marbles, small paintballs around .4 cal, and airsoft ammo. Just place it in The Pocket Shot, pull back the pouch, aim and shoot. You can also get a Whisker Biscuit Cap, if you want to shoot arrows. It’s perfect for hunters or someone looking for fun.

Get it from Amazon here.

Check out this video and learn how to use The Pocket Shot. 

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