***DOES NOT INCLUDE BANDS***
As the title says, these are slight seconds. All of these catapults will shoot absolutely fine, but they will have a small flaw which makes them less than perfect. Could be a small casting defect, finishing defect, or surface mark etc, and / or a slightly defective case. They will not be heavily damaged, these are minor flaws.
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Finally, the much anticipated arrival of the Field Pro is here! The sister version of the hugely popular Goblet EVO, the only difference being that this one is clipped, so no more wrap and tuck…unless you prefer that of course, which some do, then the regular Goblet EVO will be the one for you.
This catapult is an absolute dream to shoot. It’s made from 304 Stainless steel, so will last lifetimes. There are no rivnuts, the clips themselves are threaded. T20 A2 stainless Torx bolts secure the clips in place. Torx fittings being far more sturdy than the Alan key fittings that can round off easily. Torx key supplied. In my opinion the Goblet EVO is the perfect hunting catapult. Weighing in around 300grams, it easily absorbs recoil. The sloped tips enable you to use a straight wrist shooting style, while the gnarly grip and chamfered brace give a feeling of stability and security in the hand. It’s slimline nature, being only 10mm thick, allows it to fit into any pocket comfortably.
Measurements are approximate
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When you receive the catapult, take care to disassemble it and de-grease it. You can oil or grease the bolt threads to keep things moving nicely. Included in the case are a set of springs, these locate under the torx bolts and can be used to give a sprung loaded clip if you want to. I personally don’t because I worry about pinging one off and losing it.
Securely fasten the band in the clips and pull the elastic back a few times, away from the face initially, just in case. I have thoroughly tested these with a heavy set up and have had no slippage or damage to any band, but you never know! If you do experience wear on the bands, check the fork tip and clip for a rough edge, and a bit of a rub with sandpaper will cure this should it arise.
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