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Things I liked: Lot's of fun to use! Just like a slingshot only better!
Things I liked: The pocket hunter is a lot of fun to shoot! I was surprised with how accurate I was right away!
Things I would have changed: Nothing at all...this is a great product
Things I liked: The arrow was ok but everything else was junk. Great idea but just did not work at all for me.
Things I would have changed: The arrow rest.
Does this slingbow have a fishing attachment and if so where can I buy it?
I have a question, Now does any particular "Arrow" work with this, as in length. weight, broad-head, etc,. I currently own a Barnett Panzer V that shoots 18" bolts, would I be able to use the same arrows/bolts with this set-up, or would I need to purchase regular "Archery" Arrows in the 20-22" range, and just use "Field-Points?,, Thank You, Andy.
In response to Aaron's answer: I think you meant vanes, not "veins". Also, it's a little hard to tell what you meant by "The flat and moon necks [sic] used but crossbow bolts are incompatible." That doesn't seem like a complete sentence.
You can use any length arrow however the shorter ones may not allow you to make a full draw causing a drop in velocity and power. You should also use feathers instead of veins because the type of arrow rest that this slingshot uses may deform veins. This slingshot also requires the same nock used by a bow. The flat and moon necks used but crossbow bolts are incompatible. You can use any arrowhead with this but since it's velocity is so low the heavier heads will cause more drop at range than they do on faster compound bows.
How does it like carbon arrows?
it would probably like carbon over aluminum arrows just because of the weight difference.
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