The latest version of our favorite past time is the new and improved Canslinger model 4
Instantly replace damaged cords
Easily rotate or reposition clips
Uses the same replacement parts as the Target Sticks
Holds cans, clay pigeons or anything!
Rubber stops hold the cans a safe distance apart, still tangle-proof and now includes heavier loops and mini carabiners on the ends for securing it to your Target Sticks or anything else.
Improved materials and easier to fix when some whipper snapper shoots something that shouldn't be shot. The strings that hang down are now held in by easy pinch clips and can be replaced with the same replacement bungees that the Target Sticks use! (The model 4 comes with one extra just in case.)
Clips can hold Clay pigeons too!
If the item you are hanging is twisted to the side, just pinch the clip, turn it to face the shooters wrath, and then release the clip.
Now that you have sighted in your favorite firearm from "newb" to "deadly accurate", there is still plenty of time leftover to waste some cans to prove you have everything dialed in.
The CanSlinger lets you string a dozen common soda cans up for instant and repeated can destruction in no time.
What's more fun than knocking cans over? Not having to set them back up again.
Clip the cans with the alligator clips and aim low. Each shot sends them spinning, but when they come to a stop you shoot them again! No need to make the walk down range after every hit. Keep shooting until the cans are too ruined to shoot or until you remember how much ammo costs.
- They don't go flying off into the weeds every time you hit them.
- They DO stay there and mock you sliently every time you miss.
- You don't have to gather up the shattered remains of each can and deal with sticky and potentially sharp corners.
- You DO have to replace them after you have hit them dozens of times and ruined them completely. (Which is awesome.)
See how easy it is to protect the environment while still shooting stuff like a madman? Everyone should be doing this!
Pro Tip: Carefully bend up the tab on a full soda can and you can hang it from the Canslinger clips too! Enpty ones are fun to shoot but full ones make a spectacular sight when you hit them. (If you miss, go back to paper targets and do some practice.)
These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. I mean, why would they?