Survival Slingshot

As it turns out, slingshots aren’t just dinky, imprecise pea shooters with lethality analogous to Nerf guns. Or at least Survival Slingshots’ pieces aren’t. With the ability to fire off just about anything small and dense (notably rocks), ammo is in no short supply, though their hollow watertight handles can stash a cluster of steel ball bearings, fish hooks, matches, needles and thread, plus other crucial survival gear. And, at the top of the slingshot hierarchy lies the Archer with tactical light, which – unsurprisingly – includes an LED flashlight on a mounting point, plus a deployable Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit for firing arrows with increased accuracy.

Learn more at Survival Slingshots or Amazon – $50 to $140 [via]