actually, I shoot about 1000 rds a week. I make my own SSs but my tru mark which was stolen with my car and never recovered shot as well as any. The idea is to comfortably hit the target. Nothing more. If you have comfort and reasonable accuracy that's the object. My Tru Mark folding wrist support SS did all that. Among my collection I also have a Marksman I bought for a pittance from a fellow American here in Ecuador who was leaving. It shoots as well as any also.
I didn't want to incite ire, just ask a question which begged an answer. If you would rather not deliver a justifiable answer then that's your business. I fully realize the costs of making molds, employing in a G7 country...insurance, wages, benefits etc. and those costs transfer to UK, Australia and yes USA where polycarbonate products are made ALSO with high employment costs.
I wished you well and hoped you sell a lot of these little plastics. It's good profit and what's wrong with that? Nothing. The idea is to profit when selling anything...buy low, sell high...the overall principle of business. Correct?
Please don't take things so personally, I'll refrain from asking logical questions on this forum if the monitors like, kindly email me if so and I'll gladly comply...my world does not revolve around it. My lifelong hobby of slingshots isn't at stake here. LOL. At least Simple Shot is not selling a bag of bolts and nuts like one poster is for NASA contract prices. Just one question more, can your slingshots be used as plastic tent pegs?
Edited by Susi, 24 November 2014 - 10:13 PM.