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Are you in the market for a slingshot? Don’t answer yet; few people wake in the morning with a burning desire for a new slingshot, but would you mind having a totally rad one? How about a slingshot made from the finest materials, and with so much power that it might be borderline illegal? Well, Montie Gear has just the device, designed by industrial design student Nicholas Pennington.
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Philipine Pana Slingshot. Direct From The Philippines Comes The "Pana" This single band slingshot is still being used there today. It is made out of bamboo, features a foam hand hold, natural gum rubber band and comes with 2 handmade steel darts. It is a Deadly Weapon! Photo I.D. Required!
Be the coolest kid on the block again with this high tech slingshot. The aluminum frame is cut from 1/2" thick aluminum plate with a waterjet at 50,000 psi for unrivaled strength and low weight. Then we either powdercoat or anodize the aluminum frame (depending on the color).
Designed by Uncrater Nicholas Pennington, it features an aluminum frame that's powdercoated or anodized depending on color, a tapered Thera-Band Gold flat band with a 16-pound pull and 28-inch draw, a leather pouch assembly for securely holding ammo up to a 0.5-inch ball bearing or .44 cal lead ball, and a paracord-wrapped handle for comfort.
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Dennis works in HR at an insurance company. While he likes his job, he pines for the status he had when he was younger; back when he was known by a different name: The Menace. Dennis tries to recapture his glory days with the GloveShot Slingshot ($190). Far more powerful than the twig and twine of his youth, it can handle bands with pull weights of up to 35 lbs., and its paracord covered body braces against the back of his hand so as to not run afoul of state regulations.
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