Survival, Self-Defense Slingshots Rubber Bands with Free Ammo
Sturdy slingshots are awesome toys, but they are even better tools for either self-defense or outdoor survival. For slingshots rubber bands are absolutely essential. Apart from the ammunition that you are planning to shoot, this sturdy Rubber Band for Slingshots is another thing that you need to check out. The quality of your slingshot’s rubber band determines its effectiveness when you are shooting. Whether you are just learning to shoot or have been doing so for years, you never want to shoot using defective or warped rubber.
The moment that your rubber band shows signs of damage, you should immediately find out how and where to buy rubber bands for slingshots. It would be even better if you had replacement rubber bands on hand. If you want to learn how to shoot not just as a weekend hobby, but as a survival skill that can truly help you in dire situations, then you need a reliable slingshot. And the only way to get that is by ensuring the current quality of its attached rubber band.
Self-defense and survival slingshots are not just for shooting and shooing off criminals on the street. With adequate training, you could actually hunt small game with a proper slingshot. Practice often and long enough and you might just be able to shoot birds out of the air.
That is just an example of the potential power of a Rubber Band for Slingshots. Purchasing this product package gives you one of these sturdy bands along with several pieces of extra slingshot ammo. It is the perfect companion to the Slingshot that you will also find on this site.
Working with a tight budget does not mean that you have to settle for or buy wooden slingshots. If you are hunting for high quality slingshots for sale cheap prices are available right here. The Slingshot for which this rubber band is designed features a light aluminum frame (with wrist guard or brace) and a split leather pouch. When you are not using your slingshot to practice or survive, you can collapse it down to a much more portable size. Despite being cheaply priced, it is an adequate weapon for amateurs and pros alike.
In fact, this particular Slingshot is designed for being effective even in the long range, giving it plenty of applications during outdoor survival scenarios. For instance, it would be really hard to drive away a bear using only this Slingshot and its ammo, but it could certainly dish out enough pain to draw the attention of a bear towards you (and away from people that you are trying to protect). While bears can only be lightly hurt by a slingshot, for smaller animals, it is a different story.
A full-impact blow to the head is enough to take out most squirrels, pheasants, and rabbits. If you want to be good enough to do this, you will need to practice shooting targets with your slingshot quite often. Do not worry, though. After you get the hang of shooting this weapon, practicing can turn into a fun activity that you will actually be looking forward to.