MrHeroOfTheWastes-The Rouge Hero: can lefty's use this?
NikeTao: Wood a Glock take down a bear or do you need a rifle?
I suppose a 7.62 would stop anything
iwantosavemoney: for 150.00 buy a 22 rifle and hit things you would dream of hitting with
this. I think it is cool but it is being marketed all wrong. it is not a
survival any thing at the most it is a toy. get a crossbow or a knife for
150.00 their are so many better options for survival.
Holly Dawn Hewlett: Guys....What is the flight poundage? Or what is the range of poundage that
you have to choose from?
Lonny Cloud /Thunder Puppy Art: A must have for my pack!
The Woodland Survival Flipper
nunya: It looks fun but I would probably go with a take down bow. Then again,
nothing is going to out do a pistol for size and power. Other options may
be something like the Keltec Sub2000.
berny AV: This looks like a Roman "Palintone".
tensephilly: 150 bucks?! Lower the price and we'll talk...
OneCupOfCoffee204: Great idea, sensible product.
Thanks for sharing.
Poorman Prepper: A real cool tool that would possibly be handy in needy times.. Thanks
The Woodland Survival Flipper
Dwight Stewart: When facing an angry, aggressive, bear (or any other large animal), I’d
rather have nothing than the Flipper. All that thing will do is piss him
off even more. You’d have a far better chance with the traditional freeze,
get the heck out of there, or climb a tree (depending on which you have
time to do) options. Realistically, if you’re going into an area with
aggressive animals, carry a real firearm.
anotherOneMore7: It would be helpful if you could post a video that illustrates the
penetration power of this item to help clarify best uses and realistic
Christopher Tomlinson: id pay 10 bucks
Gerald Thomas: That would sure piss a bear off more than anything.
levi weatherall: Here is another idea Bear mace it's actually proven to work and won't just
piss him off
Isaac Newton: So it's basically a vertical, light crossbow. It doesn't look very sturdy
at all and I agree with the other people that said they would not pay more
that 50 bucks for it.
John Gibson: I LOVE IT!
Nb Forrest: I'd like to have one - if it cost under $50.
kyle senecal: It looks simple enough to build your own.
Jeremy Hart: Did this guy just suggest using this thing to defend against bear attack?
No comment, I'm trying to be nice here.
gabriel bernal: I would really like one of those. It's cool, I've been practicing aim, and
a bow and arrow or something like is my weapon of choice.
Charlescy5: nothing that uses rubber bands is worth more than 30 bucks
Todd Lindsey: you shoot a boar with that it would bounce off and piss of the animal...
end of story that doesn't have to speed to penetrate a boar
Smithy Leatherman: Bring the price down to $25.00
NC MTN MAN: DAMN !! Why cant I think of something like that ?. " OH " I bet you have
to have brains !. That leaves me out.
Bryan Benson: Beautiful I will be buying one. The perfect trapper weapon fox big cats
beaver. I love it.
yardman0132: Think you can do another video on a updated version
Tim Filemyr: ...or you could buy a vintage recurve bow for $150 and actually kill a bear
with it (except that it takes about a year of muscle training to shoot a
recurve well). But with the same cash for an old Wildcat crossbow your up
to speed in minutes.
Jacob Lois: It's neat but for 150 bucks you could buy a 91-30 or a good 22 and if for
some reason it didn't fire you could always beat them to death with it
Louis Heart: Good for fishing.
blakkkatt9: Are they still for sale $50.00
garry tow: how much are you selling them for
Jamie Lock: It looks like a cool little novelty. But for hunting or survival purposes,
get a longbow.
Manny Tiger: this aint nothing special , just get get a compound bow if you actually
want something quiet and deadly
Eric Benson: When, where, how much to buy 1 of the Woodland Survival Flipper?
Jim C: If you really want proper bear protection that is light weight carry a
bottle of bear spray that is proven protection.
Bill Ryder: I love it! Can u order or build one?
K3VIN_11GAMING: just wondering where would i buy one of these
levi weatherall: I would rather face a bear with a .22 than this. I can see hunting rabbits
with this but not really a self defense/ survival tool
Mohammed Nur: do you have a file for this online? on instructables or such
djmagnify: Hello I tried calling the number to order one and talk to him about it but
the number is disconnected does he still make these and sell them?
Philip Harry Deighton: This is I think bassed on the catapult with key ring forend. I do like this
sighted method. I would not use this against anything bigger than a
rakoon. If this is used on boar or a bear you will die in a very painfull
way. Hunting tips would be a very good idea
Chris Keeney: Unimpressed
TheBognordave: this looks like it would last about 2 hours out in the field.
Mnemonic Farce: As everyone else is saying, last defense against a bear is poor marketing
phrasing. You'd be best to market it as a small game / fishing tool for
survival purposes or a great help at getting a Frisbee out of a tree.
But in all honesty it's a really cool invention and I hope the best for you
sprungmonkey6inches: a 22 would be a better survival weapon. small, loud enough to scare a bear
Nufofthelight: It would be great to find someone selling these... disconnected number...
Soulrider2012: The only animal you're going to kill with it in a survival situation is
maybe a rabbit or a squirrel, nothing larger. You certainly aren't going
to take down a deer or a bear or anything of any size. It would be better
than nothing but if I had a choice I'd bring a small survival (take apart
.22) or something like that. The ammo is cheap and very compact. Yes,
you're talking about taking the same types of animals more or less but more
reliably and quicker. Of course it would be better than nothing but it
would be worthless against a dangerous animal like a bear. You would
literally only piss it off. Unless you got a very lucky shot and hit it in
the eye and scared it off, you would likely be bear food.