The Ocularis™ BeanFlip from FlippinOut slingshots offers the discerning slingshot enthusiast an ultra compact yet fully featured shooting platform. Roughly the same dimensions as the Scout slingshot (outside fork width and overall height), the Ocularis™ BeanFlip sports the ever adaptable Ocularis band attachment method and the ability to be held in an ambidextrous full pinch grip or fork supported hold. The "Bean" shaped pinky hole ensures a positive grip for both left and right handed shooters. Made from CNC milled 1/2" thick high density polyethylene (HDPE), this slingshot is as tough as it is compact. Learn more about the Ocularis™ attachment here.
- Overall Height: 5.5"
- Fork width (outside): 4"
- Fork Width (Inside): 1.75"
Lighting a match and cutting a card with one shot is known(on http://slingshotforum.com/ ) as the Gambler shot. It's a shot I've not successfully done yet. In this video I'm shooting a new sling shot from Simple Shot http://simple-shot.com/slingshots/ocularis-beanflip/ A few more attempts should get it. :)
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Ocularis Beanf...Quick review of the Ocularis Beanflip slingshot from www.simpl...
Posted by Donald Shires on Feb 4th 2017
I bought this slingshot because of the way the bands attach to the frame. I can change band sets fast and easy. The bean flip is well made and so far it has handled every band set I have attached to it. Single bands, doubles and heavy rubber tubes. The size makes it easy to carry. In my opinion, this slingshot is perfect for any level of shooter. Im very pleased with it.
Posted by Tom on Jan 24th 2017
I have been shooting with the Ocularis Beanflip for quite a while and when I saw the Yellow Jacket version on sale I had to get it! The colour is a lot of fun and I like the aiming dimps that have been added. Next I need the cast aluminum version. Highly recommended!
Love me the Bean Flip
Posted by JTSlinger on Dec 28th 2016
The Bean Flip is a fantastic frame made even better by the additions of the grooves on the forks for OTT, 45 degree angle and TTF for tubes or bands. I shoot this frame quit a bit and highly recommend it.