The Monthly PocketPredator.com slingshot shooting contests.
Periodically we sponsor shooting contests to see who is the best of the best in shooting a slingshot... usually these are during the summer months, so watch this area, usually beginning in May.
These contests are open to ANYBODY on the planet, no restrictions on location, age or sex.
The first Six contests have been won by man from Britain, a man from Spain and four men from the USA!
TWO ways to win!
First prize is usually $150.00 or a custom made slingshot, and entry into the top ten shooters $50.00 drawing.
Second prize... The 2nd way to win... simply put up a video of you shooting at the target and under the conditions shown (you don't even have to hit the thing).... EVERY video counts as one entry and one chance to win another $50.00 drawing. A person can enter as many times as they wish, and every video counts as an entry!
Requirements to make it count as an official entry video:
One official target printed out from
A barrier of some sort set at a minimum of 33' from the target.
A way to prove the distance.
You must stand behind the barrier.
You must shoot 15 shots.
Ammo should be .60 cal and smaller, to big and the paper is punched to much to tell anything.
Everything must be a continuous video shot, no pauses or stops, unedited and legible in frame. It is also advisable to prove no video cutting by either playing a radio in the background, audible to the audience... or showing an analog clock in frame at the same time when shooting.
Contests start on the 1st of the Month and run to the last day of the Month, closing at 6 pm Central Standard Time of that day.
On the video, You must state your name and that you're shooting for, "the pocketpredator.com shooting contest".
You must show the unpunched paper target and the target must be dated and signed BEFORE shooting.
This is essential in a monthly contest so if a person gets a perfect target done...
he wouldn't be able to enter the same video month after month, the date being there helps to prevent viewer "confusion".
Also, the target and you standing behind the barrier must be in frame when videoing the shooting.
Click here to get the target