- Product Dimensions: 9 x 5 x 5 inches ; 1.5 pounds
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- ASIN: B000HE9YMY
- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
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Saunders Falcon 2 Wrist Rocket Slightshot w/ Twin Flat Bands
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Our second fastest Wrist-Rocket now powered by Saunders Twin Flat Bands and quick-snap band replacement system. Comfortable large contoured pistol grip and a new high accuracy pouch makes this a great choice. Made in the U.S.A.
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1. The band. It consists of two very thin (think thinner than a bike tire inner tube) rubber strips attached via a hard plastic pouch that looks like it will fail within a handful of shooting.
2. The bands slip continuously out from under the bracket/clamp assembly. Every 10-20 shots the bands need inspected to they don't slide completely out of place. It does not seem engineered with longevity in mind.
3. The pouch - it is a hard piece of plastic that looks like it will fail at any time. I am used to firing a slingshot that employed rubber tubing and a suede pouch.
Although attractive, this product lacks the ruggedness of slingshots of old. It feels weak, and will likely purchase a classic style slingshot to replace this unit.
It is both accurate, and packs a serious enough energy punch to drag 150 feet or so of monofiliment line to the target with a steel nut projectile. It is also just plain fun to plink with. I am amazed at how accurate, and hard hitting this light, and comfortable tool is.
If garden pests are your target, this is the tool of choice, as it is both powerful and silent. If an antenna farm is your passion, this is as important a tool as a soldering iron. In either case, it is also lots of fun!