I'm looking for a High quality slingshot. Found the Survival Slingshot, and several others. What do you use .... recomnend?
Barnett has several models. They can be found in sporting good stores like academy and dicks. I've seen the lower feature ones in Walmart around the air rifles. Nothing wrong with them, they just lack the extra padding and balance rods that most don't use anyway.I'm looking for a High quality slingshot. Found the Survival Slingshot, and several others. What do you use .... recomnend?
They're not for arm movement but it helps with wrist movement. They reduce the flip when shot. Kind of like muzzle flip only the slingshot flip will change the projectile velocity.And aren't these "stabilizer bars" a little overkill? How could they possibly stabilize an arm movement?
You can support 75 pounds off-center with your wrist? Sorry, but I doubt that is accurate.I have a slingshot with 75 puns draw back that has an arrow rest on it shoots just like a compound bow but is a lot quieter then a bow have you seen what a 75 pound draw back bow can do to a hog, deer, moose, car, armored plate, a human? It will kill just if you want to use one for survival you literally have to practice practice practice! And then if you want to customize one to shoot arrows bolts darts you will have to think outside of the box I have a all titanium slingshot (except for the bands) that will never break (trust me I've tried) they are reliable accurate hell if you buy bands for it every month and stockpile them in the long run they will be a lot creeper then a gun for survival hell you can pick your ammo off the ground! You don't need special ammo for them yah store bought ammo or marbles are more accurate then rocks but if your a good shot you can still kill with rocks!
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This guy is hilarious but I wouldn't want to be anywhere near him with a slingshotNow watch, having said that, someone is going to point me to a link for the WPSA (World Professional Slingshot Association, or the Société Internationale d'Lance-Pierres Professionnels) where people hit 9 out of 10 shots at 30 meters.