Trumark Model S9 slingshot without wrist-brace.
AMMO STORAGE
5 PATENT DRAWINGS
FOLDING SLINGSHOTS
HANDLE BOTTOM
Cap can be
flipped open to
dispense ammo.
1/2
" or smaller.
FIG. 1 is perspective of a preferred form of the slingshot of the invention in shooting position; ( Back to last Link )
Fiber Optic Sight by Trumark Slingshots
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FIG. 2 is a fragmentary bottom plan view of the slingshot shown in FIG. 1; ( Back to last Link )
HANDLE BOTTOM
Cap (52) can be
flipped open to
dispense ammo
from
handle.
1
/2" ammo
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FIG. 3 is a sectional side view of the hand grip taken along line 3--3' of FIG. 1; ( Back to last Link )
1 PIECE HANDLE
Note: Trumark's folding slingshots are the only slingshots in the world that hold ammo in the handle. This is possible because the handles are molded in 1 piece without rivots or glue to attach the handle to the frame.
The ammo chamber is larger than a man's index finger and can hold a k
nife, matches, survival items, etc,
The "
flip valve cap"
is labeled (52).
FIG.3
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FIG. 4 is a sectional side view of the hand grip taken along line 4--4' of FIG. 3; ( Back to last Link )
CAP VALVE
The valve cap,
red color (50a), can be rotated downward to release ammo from the handle. When the cap is in the closed position, it traps air in the handle chamber which helps the slingshot float if accidently dropped in the water.
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FIG. 5 is a bottom elevational view of the slingshot with the wrist brace means in a folded position.
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FIG.5
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TRUMARK ® FOLDING SLINGSHOTS
DETACHABLE WRIST-BRACE, AMMO STORAGE
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