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- Marksman 3075 Pocket Hunter folding slingshot
- Wrist brace holds arm steady
- Removable arrow guide
- Unique paracord attached to pouch to nock the arrow and pull back the rubber band
- Uses standard archery arrows
- Shoots standard slingshot ammo when arrow guide is removed
- Finger grooves on grip
- Up to 115 fps
- 42 lbs. pull
- Includes one arrow
Wrist-braced slingshots cannot be shipped to addresses in New York State.
If you're a survivalist, you need this in your bug-out bag. Much handier than carrying a bow (and easier to use, too). You can quickly shoot small game with the Marksman 3075 Pocket Hunter folding slingshot. Because the arrow guide is removable, you can also use regular slingshot ammo.
The Pathfinder School is a survivalist training school and retailer of unique items for bugout bags. They came up with this design and licensed it to Marksman. It's a clever design and a useful, inexpensive tool that every survivalist should have. Even if you're not interested in survivalism, this will be a fun slingshot to have because everyone else's slingshot is shooting round ammo, not arrows.
- Andrew from Canada asked:
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.
- steve haggard from USA asked:
How does it like carbon arrows?