Do you have a Pocket Shot?

pocket shotTSP Gear Shop has brought in another shipment of the Pocket Shot. The Pocket Shot is the evolution of the slingshot. Their patented circular design allows users to load and shoot different projectiles at two to three times the rate of a regular slingshot. Perfect for hunters and recreational use as its tiny size allows you to keep it in your pocket, tackle box, or backpack while storing ammo in its watertight compartment. Up to 350 feet per second, the Pocket Shot is not a toy. Created and built in the USA, their team takes pride in the invention and hopes you enjoy it as much as we do.


When the Pocket Shot is in use, it measures 5 inches long but the Pocket Shot measures only 2.3 inches by 1.3 inches when it is closed. Pocket Shot includes one standard pouch and one pro-pouch. The cap and rings are made of noryl resins. Strong and durable for your outdoor needs.

When you purchase now through TSP Gear Shop, you can select a Free Patch of your choice and you get Free Shipping. MSB can take another 10% off their purchase.

10 Responses to Do you have a Pocket Shot?

  1. This is a toy. No practical use for it really other than fooling around. Are you going to tell us now that you can hunt with this and bring home game? Just selling a cheap product…….but that’s fine, its your site. I personally don’t like it being presented as something that it isn’t to make a sale.

    • Modern Survival

      May be you should try one before popping off like an assclown. Based on the one other comment you have made so far, well, not so sure you don’t have you own agenda here.

    • Dave,

      I’ve got one of these and if you think it’s just a toy then I suggest you and a couple of buddies grab a few of these and form a Mexican stand-off with them and go to town on each other. “Toy” implies fun and I doubt that kind of fun would last long.

      No, you’re not going to sell your .22 and start taking it squirrel hunting, (then again, you might if you’re up to that kind of challenge) and it does take some getting used to, but if you can hit a small animal with it then yes you could kill it, depending on what it is. It’s just a new take on an old idea that’s been around for a long time and there are people in the world who hunt with more primitive versions. And yes, it’s also fun. I think they’d be a blast for kids and even then I think you’d want to give the safety talk.

  2. Whiterussiansp

    Can you take it on a plane?

  3. We used to make these in junior high with an empty tape roll and a balloon. I imagine with stronger rubber than a balloon offers, you could get some decent velocity.