Arrow Slingshot, Marksmen Pocket Hunter, Hunting, Survival, Bugging Out

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    Arrow Slingshot, Marksmen Pocket Hunter, Hunting, Survival, Bug OutnnOk guys, I wanted to try out one of these slingbow's I hear so much about.

    Well I went chea

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    Arrow Slingshot, Marksmen Pocket Hunter, Hunting, Survival, Bug OutnnOk guys, I wanted to try out one of these slingbow's I hear so much about.

    Well I went cheap and it didn't pay off, broke within the first 25 shots.

    The Marksmen Pocket Hunter seemed like a great product to try out, without researching deeper, I bought it to do a in-depth review to bring to my subscribers and also to enjoy and have fun with.

    That didn't work out so well, and maybe thought it was a design flaw? But after further research, I found a bunch of unhappy customers without even digging that much.

    So, I am going to chalk this one up to you get what you pay for, cheap it sometimes cheap.

    I am not knocking David's product, well it is made in China, or maybe it is a copy because it doesn't have his pathfinder symbol on it? Don't know, but it is cheap...

    Thank you guys for watching as always!! nnTime Cues;n1:33 Looking at #1 claim, 115 FPS Testingn3:38 Looking at #2 claim, 42 pound at 28 inchesn3:50 Looking at #3 claim Arrow restn4:10 Arrow retentionn5:40 Destroyed arrown6:06 Pocket Hunter FAIL!! n7:00 Disappointed n7:45 Other slingshot options n8:26 My opinion about the concept n10:28 My Idea maybe why is Failed...!! n11:05 WHY!!!! would he put his name on this? n12:00 In closing statements nShoots arrows at up to 115 F.P.S., equal to a longbow.

    Equal to a longbow? My modern longbows are shooting at about 180 F.P.S., maybe they are talking about a traditional 35 lb longbow? WHAT LONGBOW are they comparing too?n• Before It broke it was averaging at 100 FPS with a 350-grain arrow produces about a 9 FT Pounds Kinetic energy, Gold Tip arrow website and other, claim 25 FT + for small game (Rabbits, groundhogs, etc.) n• Oregon State law requires at least a 45 pound bow to hunt deer.

    nHeavy-duty band offers up to a 42-lb – Didn’t get a chance to verify nArrow rest with smooth, rounded tips can be removed, for regular slingshot shooting.

    Arrow rest may be smooth, but doesn’t help hold the arrow at ALL.

    n• Right of I noticed trying to get the arrow noked and ready was a challenge, even looked up the video on how to do it properly nnOk with that being said, let’s get into my opinion n• Do I like the concept? Yesn• Would I rather have a bow? Yesn• DO I like a slingshot, hell Yesnno Rather have a modern longbow, and sling shot then combination no More accurate with an arrow using a bow, to include the powerno More accurate with a slingshot how it isn• I would like to have both, use the slingshot for small game, birds, squirrels, sage rats nnSome links to reviews;nBUDK - Bad Reviewsngoo.gl/HSaq5QnnSurvivalist Forum Reviewngoo.gl/amx7QtnnOther sling shots;nThe Ranger Sling Bowngoo.gl/ikZBfwnnChief AJ HFX Slingbow/Slingshot Regular Powerbandsngoo.gl/ngq9zRnnThe Survival Sling shotngoo.gl/uvRbmOnnResources; nnKinetic energy calculator nwww.goldtip.com/calculators.aspxnnKinetic energy for game chartnwww.goldtip.com/calculatorcontent.aspx?coid=1nnSubscribe to my channelnwww.youtube.com/user/stone4482?sub_confirmation=1nnSubscribe on Facebooknbusiness.facebook.com/CentralOregonSurvivalNetwork?business_id=447815895385303nnCentral Oregon Survival Network Website nwww.centraloregonsurvivalnetwork.com/

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