Looks great Pete!
Now all the Guys who've been asking for the Scorpion or for a smaller Hathcock can get one easily and inexpensively!
Couple of things.... the SEAL Sniper V2 and the Shrike pictures are switched around... the Shrike really only shoots TTF whereas the SEAL is universal. The SEAL Sniper V1 is actually the Target Classic.
The Scorpion shown is indeed designed to be held in the left hand only, it is not ambidextrous. I will have a right hand hold model over there at some point, but he doesn't have one right now... I think all the other slingshots shown are ambidextrous though.
A few FAQs answered....
1)My personal favorite models are the Shrike and the Scorpion. If forced to choose only one slingshot and that's it, not allowed to own more than one, then the Scorpion is one I'd have. If either the Shrike or Scorpion existed before I started to get interested in slingshots... then I would never have built my first, as these are exactly
what I like in a slingshot and allow me to be as accurate with a slingshot as most people are with a scoped target pistol.
2)The Hathcock Target Sniper is indeed named to honor the greatest Sniper I've ever had the privilege of meeting, Carlos N. Hathcock.
3)The standard HTS is designed for a large-extra large hand, and the smaller one is designed for a small to large hand.
4)The most versatile slingshot in the range, in my opinion, is the SEAL Custom 100... the internal fork design allows for unmodified arrow shooting. The fork tips allow for the attachment of every known (by me) type of propulsion elastic, and with most you can shoot over the top or through the forks.
5)The "little Boy" is indeed small but as I've shown before, can be used by even the largest of hands as well... this is my 3 year old Son's favorite, and with little child hands it can be held in a hammer grip, then as they grow can be held in a thumb/forefinger brace grip.
If there's any other questions, don't hesitate to ask!
Edited by Bill Hays, 08 March 2012 - 11:44 AM.