This Insane Survival Slingshot Can Fire Arrows at 350 Feet Per Second

The Pocket Hammer is a slingshot on steroids.

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With all of the great firearms, bows, and compressed air guns available, the typical outdoorsman probably wouldn’t spring for a slingshot as their weapon of choice. 

But they also probably haven’t seen “The Pocket Hammer”, either. 

A variation of The Pocket Shot, which uses a patented circular design and stretchable pouch to shoot projectiles at two to three times the rate of your average slingshot, The Pocket Hammer adds a stabilizing grip, allowing users to shoot off steel slugs and even arrows at up to 350 feet per second. 

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The slingshot’s website claims it’s “perfect for hunters,” which is true—if you’re talking squirrels, rabbits and other small varmints at a range of, like, 10 yards.

However, it can definitely fuck up a can of shaving cream when loaded with arrows using the proper pouch. 

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And using the latex Pro Pouch, a can of soda is no match for a 1/4 inch steel projectile.  

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What about a stealth shot? No problem!  

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If you’re dying to pick up a seriously beefed-up version of every kid’s first weapon, you can buy the The Pocket Hammer with all of the attachments for $99 through their website. 

h/t: Hi Consumption

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