DinoDirect has the KXC High Velocity Folding Hunting Wrist Slingshot for $4 with free shipping. Features metal wrist lock, powerful latex rubber sling, molded sure-grip handle, and distance of over 100 yards.

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    maximillian Ben's cred: 184
    Posted 4:19 pm PDT 06/17/12

    Unfortunately illegal in many states. Check your local laws.

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    CasperImproved Ben's cred: 206
    Posted 6:02 pm PDT 06/17/12

    There are only three states (Mass, New Jersey and Rhode Island) where these are illegal to have/use that I am aware of. However, I do not know of a state where these are legal to hunt with.

    #1 - If you are going to raise a general alarm, please cite either more details, or a web reference where they may be found that supports your statement.

    I have a sling-shot, and enjoy terrorizing 2lt bottles with it when I want to do damage in a quiet fashion.

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    darkko Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 7:02 pm PDT 06/17/12

    dang CasperImproved, you just got all up in that butthole! lol.

    i wonder if this would work well with marbles?

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    maximillian Ben's cred: 184
    Posted 7:27 pm PDT 06/17/12

    #2, that's entire states, but there are also many municipalities that ban them.

    Personally, I think it's stupid to ban them. These are great things for kids to use responsibly.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3692
    Posted 7:45 pm PDT 06/17/12

    You'll shoot your eye out kid.

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    techsupport Ben's cred: 784
    Posted 5:26 am PDT 06/18/12

    You should be using protective eye gear when utilizing ANY device that hurtles projectiles. Also, pick your targets carefully. It's better to shoot after softer targets that are less likely to rebound a pellet. Every once in a while some genius gets the idea to shoot at steel rims or bowling balls and learns a little something about inelastic collisions and their preservation of kinetic energy.

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    pfft Ben's cred: 83
    Posted 6:35 am PDT 06/18/12

    I live in one of the 'banned' states, and have owned and used such slingshots since I was a rugrat. F|_|[K the police.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3692
    Posted 10:01 am PDT 06/18/12

    Quote:
    You should be using protective eye gear when utilizing ANY device that hurtles projectiles. Also, pick your targets carefully. It's better to shoot after softer targets that are less likely to rebound a pellet. Every once in a while some genius gets the idea to shoot at steel rims or bowling balls and learns a little something about inelastic collisions and their preservation of kinetic energy.


    Easier to just use gummi bears.

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    RKLE Ben's cred: 950
    Posted 5:32 pm PDT 06/18/12

    You'll shoot your eye out.

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    chubr Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 9:21 pm PDT 06/18/12

    You'll shoot my EYE out?

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    ajsd930 Ben's cred: 0
    Posted 9:00 am PDT 06/19/12

    squirrels watch out

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    Posted 11:23 am PDT 06/19/12

    Check your local laws. I am not sure of the quality of this particular model, but I had a hunting version. Totally illegal to use in the city (they consider it like a firearm). But once you leave the city limits, the one I had can sure kill small to medium size game. We used it to hunt anything from squirels to rabbits/golphers. With steel ball baring, it will go through wood fencing. So you might want to go with a softer load while shooting in the backyard. Now that I think of it, wonder how high it can bounce with one of those super balls?

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