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Pocket PredatorPro Attachment Systems

Pocket PredatorPro Attachment System


      How to use the Aiming Plates      

        If you have a difficult time attaching bands with our "Smart Ties", then this system will probably be the thing for you.
Finally, a truly simple, secure and extremely strong way to attach adult strength flatbands to a slingshot.... inspiration came from the system used on many golf carts to secure the golf club bags while driving on bumpy terrain.... The PredatorPro Attachment system uses very old and time proven technology...
You won't have to rely on a tiny, maybe 1/8" piece of the band end, hoping it's secure after tightening down a plastic or metal compression clamp with a screwdriver... instead you can use a far safer and more sensible approach, looping the latex band through a custom made titanium buckle, tightening, and then letting it pull against itself!

We don't believe in "over-kill" when it comes to safety... So our system utilizes a titanium buckle clamp to secure the bands to the forks... Yes, only the highest quality you can get, it's literally a TITANIUM faceplate that we have custom made for this purpose and select top quality hardware to secure the bands to the frame.
With this and if you use the thumbnut or thumbscrew options, you don't need to carry a screwdriver just so you can tighten or loosen a plastic compression clamp or metal sideplate to change out your bands or tubes.... But we do offer that option as well, just in case you want a flatter form, or in the case your fingers lack the strength and or dexterity to hand tighten.

        Another feature of this design is it allows for infinite adjustability so a person can customize their bandset to exactly the right feel. No need to cut and waste material... whether you shoot with an anchor point or just pull back to where it feels right, you can start with the bands having a long slack length and then cinch them up, adjusting the pull weight and length to your comfort and power needs... then if you think you've cinched it up maybe a little to much.. you can simply let a little out again.
This feature is also good for those who like to reuse band material... simply mount longer than needed bands, cinch up to your desired pull... and then when your bands start to break.. let some band out and retie the pouch. Makes it easy to conserve rubber in an away from home situation.

        There are eight options available.

Option #1 is a pair of the titanium faceplates, a pair of stainless steel internal mount rivet type nuts, and a pair of either black anodized 6061 aircraft thumbscrews or brass, depending on which we have on hand. This will fit 1/2" - 3/4" thick frames and is the most convenient of the three for most people. Snug hole size required for the rivet nut is 19/64", which means it can fit 5/16" (20/64")- 3/8" holes as well.

Option #2 , the pair of titanium faceplates, a pair of 1" long 10-32 UNF flat head stainless steel screws black oxidized or shiny, and two 10-32 stainless steel or brass knurled thumb nuts. This one fits up to 3/4" thick frames. For considerably thinner frames it may be necessary to shorten the screw for aesthetic purposes.

Option #3 is the titanium faceplates, a pair of 1" long flat head stainless screws (black or shiny), and two stainless rivet nuts for internal mounting. Unlike the other two options, this one does require a hex driver to loosen or tighten... But since the screw is flat headed and the rivet is internal, it is also the lowest profile. This setup will fit frames that are 1/2" - 1" thick.

Option #4 , a single Titanium aiming plate

Option #5 , two 10-32 internal nuts for polycarbonate... thread onto a 10-32 screw, heat with a flame for about 10 seconds and insert into a 5/16" hole... extremely strong and attractive solution

Option #6 , a Titanium aiming plate, a regular plate, two 10-32 thumbscrews and two internal nuts for polycarbonate

Option #7 , two regular titanium plates, two 10-32 thumbscrews and two internal nuts for polycarbonate

Option #8 , two 8-32 well nuts that fit the 5/16" holes on the slingshot forktips.

PredatorPro Options

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*A few things to note regarding the PredatorPro Attachments:
The titanium faceplate measures 1.22" wide X 0.68" tall. It's slots are 1.05" wide X 0.08 tall. The hole is designed for a 10-32 sized screw.
In pull strain testing, 100 lbs. was suspended from a single faceplate without making it unuseful for it's intended purpose.

So long as the slingshot has a large enough area for the faceplate to abut, and the material the slingshot is made from can be safely drilled without giving up structural integrity/stability, this will most likely be an excellent attachment system for you.
The original Hathcock Target Sniper in ballistic resin is not recommended to use this attachment system. There is a steel reinforcement directly under where the hole would need to be drilled. By drilling through that it very well could adversely affect the overall structural integrity of the fork tip.

The slingshots that we sell that will work well with the PredatorPro attachments are:
all the polycarbonate slingshots that have a Universal Fork, and all the G10 models other than the TTF only BoyScout models.
As always, use good common sense before drilling into any slingshot... "measure twice and drill once".



Ammo for your Slingshot!

     We offer different sizes and types of ammo from .50 caliber heavy hunting ball to the very popular .44 caliber lead ammo all the way down to the 00 buck sized .33 caliber. All lead ammo is suitable for target shooting or hunting. The larger the caliber the bigger the game that can be taken. For example .44 caliber is good for squirrels and rabbits, and .33 caliber is good for sparrows to dove.

All lead is of the highest quality and is suitable for use in muzzle loading as well.

Lead and Steel Ammo

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Bands, Pouches and complete Bandsets

     These are available in either Black or Gold Theraband. The black is more stretchy a little faster contracting but is about half the strength of gold. Gold is good for shooting heavy ammo at good velocities and black is better at shooting light ammo at higher velocities.


Note we roll the ends in at the pouch connection for increased longevity.

All bandsets come with a set of smart ties.

Bandsets

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Smart Ties
The best way to tie on your bands. Period!

    The simplest, most secure NO TOOL tie on method you can use on any slingshot... these are made from premium dipped latex and each pair should last through being used on at least several new bandsets, if not more... and just so you know, all new bandsets come with a set of Smart Ties.

Check out the video on how to use!

Tie ons options

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Archery Plates for Store bought "Metal Rod and Tube" slingshots

     These are pretty self explanatory... They fit a variety of metal rod type slingshots and will convert most into a slingbow in a matter of seconds!

So, if you don't want to spend $300.00 on an obnoxiously big slingbow, or $150.00 on some other version.. but you still want to shoot arrows with a slingshot, and do it just as well, or even better than anything out there... then all you need is a cheap "Walmart" special (Daisy brand is cheap and very good for this purpose), a little paracord or similar string... Some arrows and about a minute or so to put it all together... and you're all set for slingbow shooting and hunting with a unit that's equal to if not better the most expensive and "best" out there!

     Included are two plates (to suit different nock orientations), made from solid ballistic grade polycarbonate.

Only $9.95

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     How to use the Archery Plates!     



Cards for shooting!

     These are used casino cards... and we sell them by the inch. There are about 75 cards per inch... at only $1.50 per inch you get a lot of targets to increase your focus and precision for not much coin!

Options, amounts

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Flashlight, attachment, battery and recharger.. for "Night Stalking"!

     We got a good deal on some good quality Chinese flashlights and rechargable battery setups... so we're passing along the saving to you!
Simplicity is good and this one is pretty self explanatory... the very bright flashlight is a perfect hunting light because it simply turns on and off and is focusable. There's no annoying dim or blinking settings to cycle through. It comes with a powerful AA sized 14500 series battery running at 3.7 volts and it also includes the charger... so you can save on having to replace batteries in the future.
Since the flashlight is easily and intuitively able to be focused near and far, you will be able to clearly see targets any where from only a few feet away all the way out to the end of your slingshot's range.
The fully adjustable flashlight attachment part can take any 1" diameter flashlight and quickly attaches to the lanyard hole... so it's able to turn pretty much any slingshot into a "NightStalker"! With it's ability to turn 360 degrees and being adjustable for many angles via the attachment point as well, and the fact that it acts as a very effective stabilizer... we might have to rename this one the "NightSniper" instead!

only $15.95 and comes ready to use

*There are two styles of attachments... one has straight sides on the piece just adjacent to where it attaches to the lanyard, and the other style is curved... They both function exactly the same and the style that will come to you depends on which one the supplier sends us... as it's fairly random!

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Checking out the NightStalker Attachment

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Obligatory Warning:

Slingshots and slingshot shooting is dangerous. About the safest thing you can do with a slingshot is to leave it unbanded, store it in your closet, occasionally take it out to admire it and then put it back up.
However, if you do decide to actually use your slingshot then following these numbered rules will help to keep you safer, although there is nothing specified or implied that will guarantee you will be safe even if you do follow these rules...

Rule number one, make sure you're an adult or you are using the slingshot only under close adult supervision. All the same safety rules that are commonly associated with the use of a firearm are applicable.

Rule number two, ALWAYS check your band set, pouch and connections to make sure they are all in perfect working order. If there is even the smallest imperfection change out your band set to one that has no cuts, tears, holes or other problems. Then stress check your attachments to make sure there is no slippage or other undesired movement.

Rule number three, ALWAYS wear safety glasses. Slingshots use rubber and or natural latex compounds... Due to naturally occurring variances, there are NO guarantees either specified or implied about how long a band set will last before failure... no one can tell you how long a band set will last before it breaks... and they ALL fail at some point. SO always be safe, if you're going to shoot with a slingshot, wear safety glasses and always check your band sets and attachments before EVERY shot. If it is not perfect, put a new one on.

Rule number four, NEVER aim your slingshot at someone or something that you do not want killed or destroyed. Slingshots are capable of inflicting serious injury or even death with even the "lightest" of band and ammo setups. Treat slingshots the same way you would treat a loaded gun.

Rule number five, before EVERY shot make sure there is no damage to your slingshot itself. If there is any damage including but not limited to: cracks, dents, scrapes, breaks, or any other signs of damage, DO NOT use the slingshot without thorough testing being done by a competent professional first... and even after testing always use the slingshot in a cautious manner.

Rule number six, you are shooting at your own risk. We already recommended the safest course of action is to keep the slingshot on a shelf in your closet and to never use it... if you do decide to shoot even after we recommend differently... then refer to rules number 1 - 5 as reference for a possible safer way to accomplish that.