An upgraded version of the Pocket Shot launcher with a sturdy aluminum chassis. It can fire projectiles with up to 3x the power of a slingshot, and features a gimbal that can pivot and swivel to help you aim with precision. Includes two pouches, a carrying case, and 200 plastic balls. (Must be 18+ to purchase.)
The Pocket Shot is a modern spin on the slingshot. It uses a rubber pouch to hold and fire various projectiles at up to 350 ft. per second. This kit comes with a standard pouch, a Pro pouch, carrying case, and 200 plastic balls to practice with. (Must be 18+ to purchase.)
A while back, Tom Stanton built a cool working trebuchet, but even though it was much smaller than the ones used in battle, it still wasn’t exactly portable. So, Tom set about building a pint-size version that can be used like a slingshot. We’re thinking it would be perfect for flinging wadded up paper at officemates.
This unusual slingshot is designed to fire full-size archery arrows instead of BBs. It uses 38 to 40 pounds of draw weight, and fits any Pocket Shot or Pocket Hammer handle, which looks like the right way to go from the video. An archery release glove is also required for safety. Not for kids.
Save up to 44% on this line of expert-grade slingshots from Tekto Gear. From the easy to use triple-band T18 tactical slingshot, to the amped-up, spring-assisted X22, to the infrared-sighted W71 there’s something for every enthusiast over in The Awesomer Shop.
BASE jumpers are always looking for new places to jump from, but in the case of Chris Douggs McDougall and Jimmy Poucher, they took to the air via a giant catapult, which exerted more than 6Gs on their bodies as they were flung sky high at speeds up to 125 mph.