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Barnett Outdoors Slingshot with Stabilizer and Brace
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- Soft touch contoured grip
- Attached stabilizer
- Detachable wrist brace
- The Cobra from Barnett has revolutionized slingshot design with its unique combination of front stabilizer and sighting system.
- The magnum power bands make the Cobra one of the most powerful slingshots available.
- The soft touch contoured grip and fully detachable wrist brace will have you slinging ammo down range all day.
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The Barnett 16043 Cobra Slingshot is designed to offer revolutionizing performance to hit your targets. It features a unique combination of front stabilizer and sighting system, which makes it absolutely accurate and fun to use. This hunting slingshot has an extended detachable wrist brace for added strength and stability. Once you set out for hunting with this slingshot, you will be slinging ammo down the range all day. Its contoured soft touch grip feels great in your hands. The Barnett slingshot comes with additional magnum power bands and a full shooting guide.
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In the pictures provided you see how the slingshot looks when it's put together (which is easy and no trouble at all).
The attachment you use to place on your forearm does NOT fold. It provides a strong and steady balance, but it always sticks out.
Hopefully these pictures help. Be careful and enjoy yourself with this terrific and powerful slingshot.
Used if for target practice almost daily, and each practice period consisted of maybe thirty to forty shots. After about a week, one band stretched and became longer than the other. This dissymmetry effected accuracy. I was able to compensate by loading the shot slightly off center in the pouch. That worked for a time. But after about two weeks of use the stretched band broke at the attachment point to the frame. I consider two weeks to be too short of a service life for the rubber band.
I am attempting to re-attach the now-shorter bands to get some more service life out of them... but so far I've been unable to force the band ends onto the attachment points. There must be a trick to this that I don't know. This leaves me wondering if I should bother ordering a replacement band. I very much LIKE the hand grip and the wrist stabilizer, which makes the rubber band failure all the more disappointing.
At this point, I can't recommend the product.
Look and feel is excellent. I don't know the draw weight yet, need to find a way to measure it.
I had hoped that the front stabalizer / pointer would unscrew so that I could then just remove it and use a correctly threaded screw to attach a whisker biscuit, but no luck. It is molded in, so had to hacksaw it off and screw the whisker biscuit in just above its location.
Will update if there are any problems, testing it as a slingbow tomorrow.