Things change as human progresses. With that said, do you think slingshot will remain the Y-shape form you are familiar with as we move into the future? Probably, but it is likely to be more advanced like laser-equipped example we have seen previously, or we would be using a whole new type of slingshot like the Pocket Shot to take out the walking dead.
Pocket Shot has been around for a while. It’s patented, circular design affords you to load and shoot a variety of projectiles way faster than traditional slingshot and without slips. Oh, wait. People do slips went they use a slingshot right? Come on. I am sure I am not the only who fumbles and dropped the projectile every so often. No? OK. Maybe I am the odd ball…
Anywho, the pocketed design ensures you won’t slip the projectile in the face of threat due to, you know, anxiety and such. Unlike traditional Y-shape slingshot, it is less cumbersome to carry. In fact, it is so compact that you can simply slip it into your pocket, backpack, or tackle box. Yes. Tackle box. Because there is an add on that will allow you do bow fishing! Now, that’s uber cool!
Then there’s the whisker biscuit cap that will turn it into a bow. Bow, as in bow and arrows, so you can do archery as well. But we are not here to highlight those; you have probably heard of those awesomeness. We are here because Pocket Shot has just added a new design to its portfolio, a design which should appeal to wilderness lovers and hunters, and it is called Pocket Shot Mossy Oak Camouflage Edition. Camo. Like, need to say more? Probably not.
You can find Pocket Shot Mossy Oak Camouflage Edition with or without hammer for $45-50 and $25, respectively. The whisker cap costs 25 bucks, or you can go for the Arrow Kit that has everything you need to starting sending arrows downrange with a Pocket Shot for $50. Bow fishing setup requires the Synergy TI 20 Bow Fishing Reel which costs $120.
Images courtesy of Pocket Shot.
Submitted via TIP US Page.