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I have a custom CR Industries Demon 2 it is unbreakable Titanium and carbon fiber with an arrow rest that folds down and a knock point in the pouch with fifty pound bands so I can use marbles, heavy bearings, .50 cal lead balls, marbles, ect as well as 22 to 29 inch arrows in my slingshot while having a solid and ultra light Slingshot it doesn't have all the garbage added to it on the down side I did pay a good penny for it. $78.00 but I like the versatility in ammo selection and a lot of other points it gives me. However the slingshot is a weapon I just recently started to get back into after reading some threads here in Dec. and Ordered the custom immediately I decided if I was going to do it I wanted it as a designed and maximized professional grade purposed weapon. not a toy or plinker that was cheapely made after looking at the crossmans in the store and feeling the yolk flex in the hollow plastic handle I dont regret my desision at all just a little painfull on my wallet. It is also not the weapon I am best with but getting better I got a rabbit at 12 yards with a 7/16" bearing so I am slowly getting there although if I want to use arrows I still need to use my Bow if I want to put game on the table but I keep practicing and trying out of five arrows I completely miss paper at 15 yrds twice on average using the sling shot soo I am still working on it. With .50 cal lead balls I have gotten pretty descent I can consistantly hit a skull sized target at 15 yrds. I know there are alot of you out there better than me but I don't think I am doing that badly until Jan. I hadn't used one since I was eight that was nearly 31 yrs ago

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Keep at it Warrior. Thanks for the info on the one you bought. It is definitely on my list. I have an older one that is alot more solid than the ones in the store now, but yours definitely sounds worth the investment.

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Warrior7r-

Thanks for the info. Im gonna check the demon 2 out.

I dont mind spending the money if its all you say it is(i have no doubt it is). In my case thats alot of cans and bottles to return, but im sure I can swing it. Sounds like your on target, keep it up.

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I have a custom CR Industries Demon 2 it is unbreakable Titanium and carbon fiber with an arrow rest that folds down and a knock point in the pouch with fifty pound bands so I can use marbles, heavy bearings, .50 cal lead balls, marbles, ect as well as 22 to 29 inch arrows in my slingshot while having a solid and ultra light Slingshot it doesn't have all the garbage added to it on the down side I did pay a good penny for it. $78.00 but I like the versatility in ammo selection and a lot of other points it gives me. However the slingshot is a weapon I just recently started to get back into after reading some threads here in Dec. and Ordered the custom immediately I decided if I was going to do it I wanted it as a designed and maximized professional grade purposed weapon. not a toy or plinker that was cheapely made after looking at the crossmans in the store and feeling the yolk flex in the hollow plastic handle I dont regret my desision at all just a little painfull on my wallet. It is also not the weapon I am best with but getting better I got a rabbit at 12 yards with a 7/16" bearing so I am slowly getting there although if I want to use arrows I still need to use my Bow if I want to put game on the table but I keep practicing and trying out of five arrows I completely miss paper at 15 yrds twice on average using the sling shot soo I am still working on it. With .50 cal lead balls I have gotten pretty descent I can consistantly hit a skull sized target at 15 yrds. I know there are alot of you out there better than me but I don't think I am doing that badly until Jan. I hadn't used one since I was eight that was nearly 31 yrs ago

 

well your the only one, I could not find any reference on the net about throw us a bone any link to the sight

or company name would be appreciated.

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