We're filing the Y-Fork Slingshot under the "Weapons" category because it is built to launch ammo up to a 1/2" ball bearing or .44 caliber lead ball. Both of which could take out a fat rabbit. Mmmm, Hasenpfeffer for Easter dinner! Created by undergrad Industrial Design major Nicholas Alexander Pennington, the slingshot sports an aluminum frame carved from a 1/2" thick plate, a tapered flat Thera-Band with a 16-pound pull weight and 28" draw, and a leather pouch assembly. Its handle is comfortably wrapped in a 550 test weight paracord, which is strong enough to double as a rescue rope--or Tarzanic recreational rope swing--should additional needs arise while you and your Y-Fork are out on the prowl.
Slingshot frames are either powdercoated or anodized, depending on buyer selection, and paracords are available in 4 colors: Digital Desert Camo; Digital Woodland Camo; Black; and, awww, Pink. For the ladies whose form and aim are as menacing as the girl in the photo's. Y-Forks are Troublesome Gap tough, and made south of Canada.