That's exactly my feelings on it also. I love my heavy frames for the consistent feeling of the best shot with no recoil, but some aren't pocket shooters that I would ever carry in my pocket. A nice frameless tube necklace or a light weight, small pocket size are easy to carry without even noticing that they are there. But when it comes to a heavy band hunter, the heavier the slingshot, the better. For heavy bands, my Island Made Heavy Hitter, my Goblet EVO and Pocket Predator HuntMaster come in first. You just can't beat the feel of these. For a bit lighter band set up, the SPS and the ZDP2 being made from aluminum are a bit lighter, still hold heavier bands comfortably and make for great pocket carriers. The HuntMaster is also a great pocket shooter and I shoot with these the most. The Simpleshot Scout is a large frame and shoots extremely accurate also but it is just a touch larger then all of the above. It has a great feel to it, but the weight of it being aluminum and plastic, doesn't really allow it to sit at the same table because it does weigh quite a bit less, so it gives you the large size but with less weight, putting it in a class of its own. All of these are great slingshots.Hello to all,
I have found that heavier frames seem to help me with a steady release and increased accuracy with less reactive movement of the slingshot in the holding hand, particularly when the fork height is low.
Then for great pocket carries, how can you not bring in Joey's LBS and Shane's Pocket Thumper - 2 more great slingshots in classes of their own. Then comes the PFS's... I do love this sport 😀
How about shooting Superfly? Another class of its own, you just gotta love them all 🤩