Watch: Pocket Shot Compact Slingshot and Arrow Shooter

   04.14.16

Watch: Pocket Shot Compact Slingshot and Arrow Shooter

I think all guys like slingshots, at least at some point in our lives — but they can be awkward to carry and take up a good bit of space. Plus, they can be slow to use, and trying to load the projectile in the leather portion can be tricky.

Enter the Pocket Shot, a small slingshot-like tool that’s easy to load, shoots steel balls as fast as 350 FPS, fits right into your pocket, and can even be used to shoot arrows. Sweet!

The Pocket Shot  is the evolution of the slingshot. Our patented circular design allows users to load and shoot different projectiles at two to three times the rate of a regular slingshot. Perfect for hunters and recreational use as its tiny size allows you to keep it in your pocket, tackle box, or backpack while storing ammo in its watertight compartment.  Up to 350 feet per second, the Pocket Shot is not a toy. Created and built in the USA, our team takes pride in our invention and hopes you enjoy it as much as we do.

The key to the thing is the circular rigid plastic part and a rubbery pouch that attaches to it. Just drop a projectile into the pouch — they recommend smooth spherical objects such as marbles or ball bearings, between 1/4″ and 5/16″ in diameter — pinch the pouch ahead of the ball, pull back, and let ‘er rip.

(Photo property of Pocket Shot LLC)
(Photo property of Pocket Shot LLC)


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Pocket Shot is available in orange or black. Black pouches are “standard,” and blue pouches are called Pro-pouches. Blue ones typically last longer and shoot stuff a little faster.

They say NOT to use very small projectiles such as BBs “as they will tear the pouch and may be dangerous.”

(Photo property of Pocket Shot LLC)
(Photo property of Pocket Shot LLC)
The screw-on cap means that, when closed, the Pocket Shot provides a watertight container for storing a found rounds of ammo, matches, tinder, etc.
(Photo property of Pocket Shot LLC)
(Photo property of Pocket Shot LLC)
Want to shoot arrows? Well all right! Screw on the whisker biscuit-style arrow rest, slip a nock cover over the arrow’s nock, and have at it. They’re working on a longer pouch specifically for shooting arrows – you can see one demonstrated in the video below.

And it’s made in the USA!

I want me some of this.




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