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Saunders Archery Co Saunders Wrist Rocket Pro

Saunders Archery Co Saunders Wrist Rocket Pro

Saunders Archery Co Saunders Wrist Rocket Pro

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  • Counter balance sold seperatly.

The Ultimate Wrist-Rocket. Saunders introduced the world’s first wrist-braced slingshot in 1954…the Wrist-Rocket. Today Saunders introduces the worlds fastest and smoothest shooting production slingshot…Wrist-Rocket Pro. Main image shows counter balance, item sold seperatly.

List Price: $ 27.15

Price: $ 38.99

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13 Comments/Reviews

  • Jim "Jim" says:
    29 of 30 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Powerful Slingshot, April 30, 2009
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    This review is from: Saunders Archery Co Saunders Wrist Rocket Pro (Misc.)

    This slingshot is made of high-quality plastic. It folds into a compact shape that can easily be carried in a purse or backpack. The flat surgical bands have a nicer elasticity than the tube bands that I’ve used in other slingshots. The slingshot comes with a plastic pouch that is optimized for metal ball bearings. The pouch can be replaced easily with a leather pouch from another slingshot.

    The biggest disadvantage of this slingshot is the slow reload time. The flat bands do not tend to straighten themselves after firing as do the tube bands, so you will have to look down and untwist them with some effort. Even worse, sometimes one side of the bands will become tangled in the other side of the bands, leaving you more vulnerable to enemy fire or to the charging squirrel.

    You can actually attach tube bands to the front of this slingshot instead of flat ones, and the reload time becomes even faster than a conventional slingshot, though the tubes I have tried aren’t as snappy as the flat bands.

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  • George Spelvin says:
    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome, February 16, 2007
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    George Spelvin (Sacramento, CA) –

    This review is from: Saunders Archery Co Saunders Wrist Rocket Pro (Misc.)

    This slingshot is fantastic. The brace gives me great control and assists my aim. It’s a comfortable fit on my arm and is easy to use. It’s quick loading and allows for a fast and accurate shot. Very fun.

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  • G3 says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fabulous but big, August 7, 2010
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    G3 (San Jose CA) –

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    This review is from: Saunders Archery Co Saunders Wrist Rocket Pro (Misc.)

    Yup, it’s BIG – – about 18″ long and around a full pound. But the materials and workmanship are outstanding. This thing will last a LONG time – – the other reviewer was obviously put off by the materials. 300 shots would be just warming up for this puppy. Furthermore, the joints (weakest spot of any plastic design) are all easily accessible and could be repaired with standard hardware if they ever break. The power is higher than other slingshots because of the forward-anchored bands and, of course, the better flat bands. This is the highest velocity, flattest-shooting of all my slingshots, period. I can easily put all my shots through a paper plate out to 25 or 30 yards. It’s also by far the most comfortable slingshot ever. Yes, the flat bands get snarled after a shot and it’s slow to reload (make your first shot count hehehehe). Yeah, even folded up it’s too big for a pocket unless you’re a giant, but a purse or backpack is no issue. Overall, if I want a hunting, long-range tool, this is the one. For a short-range, fun slingshot, a small folder or even a simple old-fashioned Y-type works.
    UPDATE after a few months:
    The natural rubber bands rot in the sun very quickly. I had some bands in a drawer – – they are fine. But the ones in the sunlight (indoors near a window) crumbled into scraps. The Black Mambas might be better, I ordered some.

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  • Danna Beltran says:

    I followed this story when it happened last year. What ever happened? Is Kaleb ok? Was Rebecca Saunders ever found guilty or innocent?

  • LARNA says:

    I know alot depends on the areq, but an approximate or an average would be good thanks.

    One day, in the far future, i hope to own an archery shop and range. Selling equipment and supplies, as well as indoor target shooting and 3d archery, beginners coaching, stuff like that. So around how much do you think it would cost, and where would be the best place to set up shop.

  • Katy Cat & Hylian says:

    A cart carrying a vertical rocket launcher moves horizontally at a constant velocity of 30.0 m/s to the right. It launches a rocket vertically upward with an initial speed of 40.0 m/s. How high does the rocket go? How far does the cart travel while the rocket is in the air?

  • Rod Mc Cahill says:

    I am interested in getting involved in archery. Is it easier to rank at a high level than other sports? I have weak upper body strength, but great lower body strength (which I assume will help with stability). Are there any other traits that are needed for an archer?

  • Lucas Soares says:

    Yesterday I heard John Saunders say that there is no need for an NCAA football playoff series. In what universe? Every other professional or college sport has a playoff. It’s a crime that NCAA football doesn’t have one. Literally, it’s got to be a violation of anti-trust laws. Elect me and I’ll get you a college football playoff.
    Mr. Z

    Playoffs would earn more money for those schools than the bowls. In fact, the bowls could be the playoffs. I don’t even watch my own college (Texas) in a bowl game unless it’s the championship bowl. The rest are just consolation games and meaningless. Playoff ratings would be higher.

  • Mi Minato says:

    Who is possibly going to replace Flip Saunders to coach for the Pistons for the next season? Any suggestions?

  • Kim Fraser says:

    Im new to archery i was wondering what a decent bow would be for $250 or less? The only thing i know is that i want a traditional bow and not a compound one.

  • Azra says:

    I’ve never injured my wrist but whenever I move it backwards it makes a clicking sound. Ever so often if I’ve made it click twice or thrice in a row I get a pain in my wrist. I’m young and play alot of music. I am quite worried that this may affect my playing as its in my left wrist, any suggestions please?

  • Stella Sotelo says:

    I have a recipe for salmon but it calls for 2 oz rocket. This has got me totally confused since the only kind of rocket I can find on line is the traditional space rocket or war weapon.

  • Loretta Neale says:

    I have slightly high blood pressure and I am trying to measure it at home. My wife bought me a wristech wrist bp monitor but I’m not sure where to position my wrist to get an accurate reading.

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