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SHERRILLtree BIG SHOT Replacement Pouch & Tubing

SHERRILLtree BIG SHOT Replacement Pouch & Tubing
Item #: 29290
$28.95
Off with the old parts and in with the new tubing. Redesigned April 2009 with projectile securing feature, even launching horizontally!

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We stumbled upon the perfect solution for holding a throw weight until release and ensuring a clean shot every time with our new replacement tubing. With lengthened straps sewn just above the finger hold, the new BIG SHOT® launch pad grips the projectile firmly until released by hand or trigger. Now you can position the pole at any angle (even upside down!) without the projectile falling from control. Reinforced elastic connection points where tube meets pouch are now extra durable. Don’t wait to upgrade your BIG SHOT® for improved accuracy and productivity - order your BIG SHOT® pouch and replacement tubing today.

BIG SHOT® Replacement Tubing and Pouch

BIG SHOT® Sling Replacement Instructions (PDF)
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.60 lb.
Replacement Part? Yes
Brand SHERRILLtree
Color Black/Yellow
Diameter No
Material Rubber
PDF info <a href="http://www.sherrilltree.com/media/wysiwyg/pdfs/BigShot_Sling_Replacement.pdf" target="_blank">BIG SHOT® Sling Replacement Instructions (PDF)</a>
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Huge timesaver! Review by Robin
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We consider this a must have! The Bigshot is a true time saver, every few years we have found it necessary to replace the tubing due to excessive wear- I'm talking hundred of uses. Now we keep a back up just incase! (Posted on 9/28/2016)
replacement big shot rubber and pouch assembly Review by crocket
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it's a very handy tool for the part time trimming that I do (Posted on 6/15/2016)
Not as good as before Review by Colin
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I've been using a BigShot for 9 year now and don't like the new pouch/Tubing combos as much as the old ones (2001 era). The tubing appears to have much less power than before i.e. really struggling to get the projectiles up to the first branches on the emergent Dipterocarps (55 meter to first branch). The projectile also seems to fall out of the pouch more often than in the old fabric pouchs.<BR> <BR><FONT size=1>From SherrillTree: we suspect that this customers pouch replacement is old stock, possibly dusty dealer inventory. Today’s replacement pouch grasps the projectile very firmly up until release for cleaner, crisper shots. Also, we have more recently included instruction with replacements “to leave only 19-inches of rubber between pouch and horn end which may require either trimming a few inches of tubing or simply pushing the tube further onto the horns than previously removed” (tube length is long to cover oldest Big Shot head models).</FONT> (Posted on 4/7/2010)