“Tactical” Rock Slings

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For every aspiring modern day David, these handmade “Tactical” rock slings will find a home in your pocket for EDC, your BOB, or most likely, as we have discovered with our friends and family, being “borrowed” indefinitely!

Specs are as follows:

-Coyote Brown OR MultiCamo 550 Cord
-33″ Arms (can be user adjusted shorter)
-SINGLE PIECE construction (multi-piece slings come apart after use)

Why tactical? Because it is Coyote paracord, of course, which makes everything “Tactical!” 🙂 And as of 4-17-14, MULTICAMO is also an option. It makes things even Tactical-er…;)

With little training and practice, sling a 1 oz. rock 100 yards, or a 1-2 oz. lead “egg” fishing sinker up to 400 yards or more (remember, we said “with practice”).

At just $22 + $2 shipping, why don’t you already have one? PLEASE REVIEW ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE CONTACTING ME WITH AN ORDER:https://drmorgear.wordpress.com/ordering/

HERE’S A GOOD VIDEO SHOWING THE ACCURACY POTENTIAL:

Target Slinging: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEuVnZq2BMA

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Comments
  1. Melo says:

    I had 2 of these slings shipped over without hesitation. And gave one away to a friend just as fast. Over the last 6 months I’ve still yet to master it enough not to scare myself, but all agree that’s half the fun! Definitely super fun, extremely portable, durable and should be in everyone’s go-to activity bag. And makes a great gift. Still getting thank yous from it!

  2. John says:

    Good stuff. Great fun. Far superior to any home made slings I have built. Hours of fun. But make no mistake, these are serious weapons. Great activity to do with your kids. You can impart a nice bible lesson at the same time you are flinging rocks!. These tactical slings will last a lifetime! I just ordered 2 more for my sons to have in their back packs!

  3. Mike says:

    I recommend buying one, it’s tun and challenging to learn. Make sure you have plenty of land to use this.

  4. 0302 says:

    sling
    I made a paracord sling a few months ago while making paracord bracelets with my daughter. i had never used one before but thought that if David could kill Goliath with one then maybe there was hope for me.
    48 As the Philistine moved closer to attack him, David ran quickly toward the battle line to meet him. 49 Reaching into his bag and taking out a stone, he slung it and struck the Philistine on the forehead. The stone sank into his forehead, and he fell facedown on the ground.
    50 So David triumphed over the Philistine with a sling and a stone; without a sword in his hand he struck down the Philistine and killed him.

    Well, I am not David but I have been inspired. My first efforts were a little awkward but I was soon launching stones using different techniques. I use the horizontal overhead spin (like a cowboy), the vertical spin, and a few in between. I haven ‘t measured my longest launch yet but 80 yards seems to be about the maximum. Small river cobbles of 1 1/2″ or work great. the more angular rocks like limestone make a noticeable whizzing noise in flight and the sound of the sling whizzing through the air is fairly intimidating.
    The velocity of the launched rocks is very impressive and much faster than I can throw by hand. I have no doubt a well placed projectile can inflict serious damage or even be fatal. The Border Patrol knows how dangerous thrown rocks can be and will shoot rock throwers. I need to work on my accuracy and it is improving to the point where any loose aggressive dog had better give me a wide birth. Small game hunting is definitely possible with adequate practice. The real beauty of the sling is it fits in a pocket and gives the slinger an effective weapon and there is plenty of free ammo for the taking on the ground. Steel ball bearings or lead balls would be very effective and I look forward to using them. I read molded clay balls were used in ancient times and the Romans even used sling shots to soften up the opposition. I am teaching my kids how to use the sling shots but I make sure I am well out of the way when they crank it up because an errant shot is to be avoided. The paracord slingshot is now part of my survival kit and it will be great for squirrel hunting when I need to scare those rascals into moving so I can hit the with the .22 or shotgun.

  5. Keith says:

    These slings are very well made. The more I used it, the tighter the weave became. Really great price for a survival piece.

  6. Rt says:

    I had to get five so I could play with one. And give a few away and put too in my Gmhb and my bob. They are well made and if all fails I have para cord to lash my ka bar to. Rt

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