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What kind of slingshot is good and Kinda cheap

This is a discussion on What kind of slingshot is good and Kinda cheap within the Survival Gear Reviews and Questions forums, part of the Survival Gear Reviews, Questions, Sell, Swap category; I like the looks of the barnet zombie hunter. i guess the protrusion out the front is for sighting? I have the daisy folding wristrocket ...

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    I like the looks of the barnet zombie hunter. i guess the protrusion out the front is for sighting? I have the daisy folding wristrocket from walmart and a few sacks of marbles from dollartree. Also, I did buy two packs of round hard candy..Dual purpose for my grabbag..Ammo for slingshot, and sugar rush if need be..youtube has some awesome videos and advice..And 1/4 nuts "zing" when you shoot them..

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    Trumark makes a good inexpensive traditional or wrist rocket style slingshot. Made in the USA too.

    Trumark Slingshots - Bulk Slingshot Ammo - Catapults
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seneca View Post
    Trumark makes a good inexpensive traditional or wrist rocket style slingshot. Made in the USA too.

    Trumark Slingshots - Bulk Slingshot Ammo - Catapults
    Like their FS-1. Still a fan of folding models because they pack so much easier.

    Good idea storing fishing gear in the handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigCheeseStick View Post
    Like their FS-1. Still a fan of folding models because they pack so much easier.

    Good idea storing fishing gear in the handle.
    I have the WS-1, the S-9 and the FS-1, of the three the S-9 is the smallest and easiest to stow in a pack pocket, followed closely by the FS-1.

    About year ago I contacted Trumark to asked if they still made the WS-1 with clear blue plastic handles. Call it nostalgia, I wanted one that was identical the first one I bought which sold for $3.05. They have long since discontinued using the clear blue plastic yet the WS-1's are still made on the original machinery.

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    I have several, one folding in each BOB
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    Marksman, Beeman, Trumark and Daisy. All are good. Get extra rubber.

    Buying 3/8" spheres in bulk are cheaper than store bought ammo. (1000/$20 for carbon steel)

    Glass ammo makes noise and can shatter or chip.

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    Ever tried using 00 buckshot pellets? they can be pretty wicked when launched from a modern slingshot.
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    http://www.pocketpredator.com/two.html

    I love the Hathcock Target Sniper.

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    Check out the Survival Slingshot Survival Slingshot | Bring a tool, not a toy!

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