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Something for EVERYONE, our current line-up of slingshots!
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Hathcock Target Sniper, Solid Polycarbonate

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      The Hathcock Target Sniper... our most popular design, year in and year out.

      This slingshot's ergonomic profile is also one of the most copied... and for a very good reason. The angle of the handle along with the sure placement of the fingers makes for a rock solid grip that relieves wrist strain while at the same time allowing for sure shot repeatability... consistency, the hallmark of true accuracy... and nothing does it better than the Hathcock Target Sniper, named in honor of the greatest Sniper in Marine history, Carlos N. Hathcock!

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The Polycarbonate Scorpion

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      Next level Ergonomics and ballistic rated polycarbonate add up to true Custom feel and performance.

      The first of the next generation.... The slingshot's master was made by hand to fit the hand perfectly and then the mold was designed to fit the slingshot... instead of the other way around, like was done for every other molded slingshot up until now!

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S.E.R.E. in solid Polycarbonate

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      Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape...

      In 2012 we were asked by SERE instructors in Washington to design a slingshot that could be used in a military pilot's "ditch bag". After a few months of experimentation and a lot of back and forth, we settled on a detachable head, flat pistol grip style slingshot with a small space requirement. Made from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum, the slingshot was/is super strong as well as extremely easy to use and easy to become proficient with.

      The polycarbonate model which we now make is an improvement on the old design in many ways, including zero metal/magnetic signature... which is very useful for certain covert activities.
Comes with both, a universal fork that can shoot with all sorts of elastics in all sorts of ways, and an archery fork that acts as a very strong and accurate arrow launching platform.

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TAC Hammer in solid Polycarbonate

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      A Hammergrip slingshot that sports next generation ergonomic concepts...

      There's no wrist brace, and no need for one either! The angle of the fork along with the curvature of the handle grip helps to relieve wrist strain and allows for tremendous consistency and accuracy... Accuracy you will be hard pressed to find with any other hammergrip model no matter the hype or the price.

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Ranger TAC OTT, solid Polycarbonate

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      One of the most comfortable and well thought out designs of it's type...

      Able to be held/gripped in either a pinch grip or a forefinger hook and thumb pad support grip, with the forks upright, to the side or anywhere in between... The Ranger TAC OTT is next gen tech with a wink and a nod to the past.
Hand made, custom feel in an inexpensive yet very robust slingshot. If you like to shoot with your bands in an Over the Top configuration... then this very well may be the slingshot for you!

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Universal Boyscout

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      Designed with the younger shooter in mind... this slingshot is for a smaller grip, yet at the same time fills out the hand of even larger shooters.

      Featuring Universal forks and an ample fork gap.... these are really really nice for the beginning shooter of all sizes!

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Topshot

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      This one began as a special request design... the client wanted a slingshot that is small enough to be able to slip in a pocket and remain there basically unnoticed, but when "game" presents itself, the slingshot is able to be quickly deployed and the game dispatched... Yes, the activity being described is commonly known as "poaching"... while out on a walk, the hunter sees a target of opportunity and is able to fill the pot that night....
And, that's what the TopShot slingshot does better than practically anything else. A small profile slingshot that can take full size and strength hunting bands, yet due to it's unique, highly ergonomic asymmetrical shape, it's comfortable to hold and is what's called a "natural pointer"... as the ammo seems to just hit the target without to much effort or even aiming at times... perfect for the "instinctual" shooter!

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Polycarbonate Slingbow Plates

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      Specifically designed to turn a store bought, rod and tube type slingshot into a very capable slingbow.
Literally, within seconds you can turn that hard to pull and very inaccurate big tube using slingshot into a really nice and easy to use arrow launching slingbow.

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HDPE Sideshooter

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      Flat, pocketable, made from solid hand machined high density polyethylene (HDPE) and yet still comfortable to use and intuitively accurate to boot.

      Good to throw in your toolbox, tacklebox or glove compartment... ready to use when you need it... and they even float, in case you drop it out of your boat!

      The Standard model uses a tie on method for bands or tubes and the Advanced version uses a titanium plate system instead.

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HDPE Ranger TAC

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      Plate attach system slingshots...
Same deal as with the Sideshooter Advanced... a titanium plate system is used to attach bands or tubes for shooting...

      No tools are necessary to change out anything, so it's convenient and easy for most people who have difficulty changing out the bands or tubes otherwise.
These too are made from tough, strong and resilient HDPE... which is not as durable or expensive as Polycarbonate, but still has better impact and strength characteristics than almost any kind of wood or wood product.

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The BoyShot

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      Made from 6061 Aircraft Aluminum... these are only 1/4" thick so they're small, strong and capable... perfect for those who prefer a more minimalist type slingshot... but still want to shoot with decent strength elastics AND be comfortable while doing so.

BoyShot or MicroRanger

 

Pickle Fork Shooter, PFS

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      These take a special method to shoot effectively... not recommended for beginner shooters... BUT because we've had so many requests for this particular design, and we do have good contacts with a metal fabricating company that uses a waterjet abrasive cutter... we do make this one available for those who want to try something different... and maybe a little more dangerous.

      One thing though, please look on youtube and find competent instruction in the use of this type of slingshot before attempting to use... There are some pretty good shooters using these.

 

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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.