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The Hammer LT Slingbow Head

6 reviews
$50.00
The Hammer LT slingbow head is designed to use the Ocularis band attachment system. It is perfect for our powerful looped tubes to shoot arrows.

Available in black and green.
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Product description

Upgrade The Hammer slingshot to be a slingbow for archery and bowfishing applications by adding the LT Slingbow head to your Hammer Slingshot!

Includes slingbow fork, circular brush arrow rest, two White Ocularis™ plugs and retention plate.  

Available in Green or Black.


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We want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase. Items can be returned or exchanged within 30 days of delivery.

PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA

XT or LT? What's the difference?

THE HAMMER HEADS

Both heads shoot with a vengeance. It comes down to personal preference. XT = FlipClips. LT = Ocularis.

FLIPCLIP X | SLINGSHOT / SLINGBOW COMBO HEAD

The XT Hammer Head

• Choose the XT head if you prefer the FlipClip X band attachment system.

• Choose the XT Hammer head if you prefer single-strand heavy duty tubes for sling bow shooting.

• Convert between slingshot and sling bow mode by removing the arrow rest.


OCULARIS | TWO DIFFERENT HEADS

The LT Hammer Head

• Choose the LT head if you prefer the Ocularis band attachment.

• Choose the LT Hammer head if you want to shoot looped tubes in slingbow mode.

• Swap out slingshot and slingbow heads to convert between modes.

LT or XT? Which one is right for me?

THE HAMMER HANDLE

Both rely on (you guessed it) the hammer grip for a rock-solid purchase. But each serves a purpose.

XT Handle

The XT Handle is built for power, with a built in wrist brace and chunky hammer grip.

Choose the XT Hammer handle if you want power or are in slingbow mode.

All handles and heads are interchangable.

LT Handle

The LT handle is built for the hammer grip but is much smaller and more portable.

Choose the LT handle if you are looking for a light, yet powerful handle.

All handles and heads are interchangable.


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JG
11/10/2021
JAMES G.

I have both the LT and XT slingbow heads and like them both. However, I do prefer the LT. I use these for fish and IF one needs to change bands, the LT can be done so more quickly compared to the XT. I also prefer the double bands or even quadruple (2 1745's looped on each side), both of which offer plenty of zing to take fish with no problem. In addition, the customer support/service is the best of any company in any industry that I have ever experienced. Solid product, great company, fairly priced, what else is there?

JA
06/16/2021
Jose A.

Awesome, just add some arrows and you are ready to hunt small game

PJ
09/26/2020
Ping J.

This is the first time I order this product. The material is very good and solid. Before, I accidentally order a fake one from internet, it is fake from China. I am glad to know your company offer international shipping to Taiwan. Now I can practice shooting in my backyard while I am free. I also order many other parts from this company, it always come very quickly. Plus, I can learn how to install also some shooting skill from YouTube. Thank you very much for everything.

RV
03/18/2019
Richard V.

GD
12/10/2018
Gintaras D.

Nice to shoot.Experience 30 years shooting from bow! Super!

LD
01/12/2018
Larry D.

Practice, practice, practice. I bought the Hammer Slingbow. After I became aware that 10 yards is about the max effective distance and adjusted my step off I started having better groupings. All the videos I watched prior to purchasing appeared much farther away than 10 yards. I started out hitting the round bales, then the box, then the target,then the bullseye. It is my intent to use it for bowfishing from my kayak once I'm confident.