So our good friends over at Pocket Predator have sent us a few Slingshots to test out and give away to you guys. I have done a bit of playing with these and have to say I love it. It takes a bit of getting used to if your used to using a traditional sling shot, as you hold it sideways. But once you get used to holding it differently you soon realize this that this is the superior way. I plan on taking this out and shooting some video of shooting the other one before we give that one away.
So what were going to do is give away one of them right now. The other one were going to hang on for a bit longer and really put it through it paces before we give it away. But I can’t wait to hear what you guys think of this slingshot.
The link to Pocket Predator wasn't working when I checked the RRO site.
But you can see Mr Hays' Hathcock Sniper and his Polymer Range at HIS website. This looks kinda like the Boy Scout. Not certain. The fork holes appear different. It wasn't specified above, but is probably made from marine-grade polymer board (budget line).
I was thinking the same too, Flip. Mr Hays seems to know these guys. I don't know...
It just feels weird to me when someone signs in to a Forum and the first post they make is either to give something away or sell something. There's no introduction or interest in slingshots or in the Forum. But expect you to "like" them on FB and send them email with a UserName. I guess I'm just a skeptical person.
The Bill Hays name carries a lot of weight. But the Pocket Predator link at the RRO website still isn't working when you click on it.
@Thistle: i´m not going to die about it
but am interested in the design, never shot a pocket- predator.
Was thinking about building one, not sure about the needed dimensions;
but annyway worth a few tries, of corse i can´t cast one