Our slingshots can be customized to customer's specifications. There are many different sight and options to
choose from when placing your ordering.
In the photo to the left is OUR VERY BEST customized slingshot. It has three sights each having
its own advantage. The first sight is an ultra bright day light green laser, second a
Three Range Distance Sight and third, an optical red dot sight.
The slingshot also has a magnum shotgun pouch which gives the slingshot the ability to shoot a
devastating 40+ bb blast. This slingshot is the ultimate laser sighted sniper/shotgun slingshot.
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Custom Build Your Slingshot with 3 Different Sight
Shooting with a laser is the most accurate and easiest of the three sights to shoot.
Shots can be fired at chest level which provides a more stable shot. Even a beginner can
shoot accurately. Unlike red dot sights, lasers have a no parallax error which makes it more accurate.
A red laser works best when shooting indoors, or at night.
A red laser beam is difficult to see during the day however, a green laser is extremely bright and can be seen even if the sun is shining.
Therefore, when shooting during the day, a green laser is strongly recommended.
Red Dot Sight
The red dot sight is easy to use. Simply look through the scope, place the
dot on the target and shoot. The red dot can be clearly seen even on a sunny day.
It has a left/right and an elevation adjust knob making it easy for sighting and adjustments.
The disadvantage of the red dot is that you have to look through the scope to see the dot as compared to the
laser sight which you can shoot at chest level.
Three Range Sights
When shooting objects at different distances, sometimes you have to estimate the bullet drop. This is especially
true if the target is far away and you have to aim above the target to compensate
for bullet drop. The three range sight allows you adjustable your slingshot for three different distances.
For example the first sight can be set for 15 feet the second for 60 feet and third for 100 feet.
This keeps you from having to guess how much to compensate for bullet drop. Another nice thing
about iron sights is that they are accurate, have no parallax error and requires no
batteries thus are always ready to shoot.
The only disadvantage of the three range sights
is that you must align the front post with the rear sight which is like shooting a gun. If you are not
familiar or good at shooting a gun with an open sights, a red dot sight or laser sight might be better choice for
the reason of ease of use.
The PS slingshots use a new revolutionary technology that automatically aligns both the laser
beam and red dot sight to the projected trajectory of the fired shot.
The secret behind this innovation lies within its patented 3D-pivoting system which
precisely rotates the laser sight into perfect alignment automatically.
The video shows how the laser is automatically aligned to the projectile's path and the
position of the pouch.
If the pouch is moved up, down, left, or right the laser beam moves accordingly.
The 3D-pivoting system not only aligns the sights, but also helps balances and equates the
forces between the two bands, causing the bullet to passes perfectly between the center
of the fork, thus enhancing its accuracy.
The Magnum Shotgun Pouch
The PS60 not only extreemly accurate, but can be transformed into a high powered shotgun.
The Magnum shotgun pouch is able to fire up to 50 BBs and take down 15 can in one incredible blast.
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Advantages of the PS-60 Slingshot Over an Air Pistol
1) Free Ammo
When shooting rocks with the slingshot, there is an endless Free supply of ammo that can
be found outside. When shooting with a CO2 pellet pistol, each shot costs about 2 cents per shot.
2) Incredible Impact with Rocks
Rocks are roughly accurate to +/- 35 feet
due to their irregular shapes (stay away from flat rocks, they don't fly straight).
Due to the rock mass, an incredible impact is created when it hits its target. A 3/4"
rock on impact with a can is capable of crushing the can and causing it to fly
backwards 10 + feet. Let's see an air pistol do that!
3) More Powerful Than an Air Pistol The Laser Slingshot is more powerful
than the most powerful air pistol. Firing the laser sling shot when using a magnum rubber
band and a 3/8 inch (.38 caliber bullet) steel ball, it penetrated a phone book to
page 230, and created an expanding .38 inch hole into the phone book. One of the most
powerful air pistols on the market today is the spring powered Beeman P1 Magnum pistol
that shoots a .177 caliber pellet at 600 feet per second and sells for $350.00 (without
laser sight). The pistol penetrated the phone book to page 198 while creating a small .177
inch hole in the phone book.
4) Reusable Steel Balls - When shooting with steel balls or BB's, the
balls are reusable. Reusing BB's in an air pistol is not recommended because they can
jam and cause serious problems. Pellets are not reusable once they are fired.
5) Shoot Indoors -A slingshot can shoot airsoft balls, which makes it ideal
for shooting indoors. The airsoft balls are strong enough to punch through a target sheet
at 30 feet, yet is light enough not to do damage to a wall.
6) Works in Cold Weather - The PS-60 Laser Slingshot works well in cold weather.
The majority of air pistols on the market are powered by CO2. In cold weather, a CO2 pistol loses
most of its power causing it to lose accuracy. The number of shots per CO2 bulb reduces drastically
as it gets colder. Thus, most air pistols do not function well in cold weather.
7) Fires Quietly - The laser slingshot is quieter in comparison to an air pistol.
Usually the impact of the projectile from the slingshot creates more noise than the slingshot firing.
CO2 air pistols are noisy. When they fire, a loud crack is created.
8) Weighs Less - The Laser Slingshot is lighter than most air pistols.
The Precision Shots PS-58 laser slingshot weighs only 1.3 pounds.
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