posted on Dec, 4 2018 @ 08:09 PM
a reply to: Vasa Croe
I have one in my bug out bag, and will be adding another to the bag soon to act as a pocket fishing aid. It does have a couple small drawbacks, but
the size, power, and ability to hold ammo in it is top notch.
The survival tool I am building out of the second one will goes as such:
* The perimeter of the pocket shot allows for a nice spool of fishing string to be wrapped around it.
* You can actually screw two pocket shots together... allowing for quick attachment of the spool of string.
* I will store and shoot lures out of the pocket shot as any ammo is shot from it.
* I plan to mount the pistol grip to the back pocket shot & hand reel the string in if and when a food source strikes.
The rubber of the pouches are surpisingly thick and leaves me with little worry about possible hook damage upon release.
Be sure to not let the pouch snap onto one of your fingers upon release... it's a bite that left my finger throbbing for 3 hours.
I haven't played around with the arrows or arrow pouches though...