High Velocity Super Racing Power Pro Slingshot Hunting Sling Shot

High Velocity Super Racing Power Pro Slingshot Hunting Sling Shot

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Tired of heading to the gym for weight workouts? This sling shot provides all the support you need for extra power and accuracy.The hunting sling features a molded sure-grip handle and solid metal frame with extra-durable fork. Flexible wrist support provides steady, stable support, and then folds away for compact storage. The sling shot is perfect for hunting and target practice in summer, the sling shot is also a remarkable weapon, provided of course it is utilized in a correct and responsible manner.Compact, light, easy to carry, this is the best slingshot you've ever seen. Just buy one and bring back great and unique childhood memories of you! ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Specifications: This sling shot provides all the support you need for extra power and accuracy This deluxe high velocitysling shot is durable, well professional built with metal wrist lock and new powerful latex rubber sling The hunting sling features a molded sure-grip handle and solid metal frame with extra-durable fork Flexible wrist support provides steady, stable support, and then folds away for compact storage The sling shot is perfect for hunting and target practice in summer, the sling shot is also a remarkable weapon Compact, light, easy to carry, this is the best slingshot you've ever seen Slingshot Size: 210 x 90 x 70mm / 8.3 x 3.5 x 2.8in (L x W x H) Details: This nice and interestingsling shot provides all the support you need for extra power and accuracy This deluxe high velocity sling shot is durable, well professional built with metal wrist lock and new powerful latex rubber sling The hunting sling features a molded sure-grip handle and solid metal frame with extra-durable fork Flexible wrist support provides steady, stable support, and then folds away for compact storage The sling shot is perfect for hunting and target practice in summer, the sling shot is also a remarkable weapon Size in Detail: How to Make a Sling Shot: Gather your materials. To make a sling shot you'll need a Y-shaped piece of wood that was cut, not broken, from a tree; a thick rubber band; smaller rubber bands for fastening; a piece of leather you can cut up; cording; sticky tape and a knife Prepare your forked stick. Peel any and all bark off the forked, Y-shaped stick by scraping it with the knife, then trim it so it is smooth and even Let the wood dry in a cool, dry place. You will then want to wrap the handle so it's easier to hold by wrapping it with cord Tape one end of the cord to the stick, wrap it tightly around the handle and then glue the other end to the stick to make sure the cord doesn't slide Make the firing assembly. Half the rubber band equally, or cut open 2 smaller ones so you have 2 equal strips between 15 and 20 cm long. Cut a 4 by 5 cm square out of the leather, and make a slit on each of the 2 shorter sides parallel to the edges Band it all together by slipping the rubber band pieces one through each slit you just made and folding it over, away from the square so it touches the rest of the rubber band. Make sure they are equal and wrap the overlapping pieces together with smaller rubber bands Attach the firing assembly to the forked stick. Lash the end of each rubber band to the top of the equally-shaped forks with additional small, strong rubber bands Break in the firing mechanism. Pull the rubber bands firmly but gently until they are soft and springy, and thus ready to be used in the slingshot How to Aim a Slingshot: Hold the slingshot so that your wrist and the slingshot are at a 90 degree angle. Don't allow the slingshot to slope forward or backward. It should be standing straight up and your wrist should be straight as well. If your wrist becomes tired while practicing with your slingshot, consider getting one that has a built-in wrist brace to make this easier on your wrist Pull the slingshot's pouch back toward you to aim it. It should go back as far as possible in order to give the slingshot the farthest shooting range. With a good backwards pull, you may be able to get your slingshot to shoot about 75 feet Move your fingers apart and let the pouch go instantaneously. Hesitating or letting go a finger at a time may cause the pouch to veer off to the side. You want to let go with your fingers all at the same time and as quickly as possible so that you give the pouch no resistance to its journey Package Included: 1 x Slingshot * 25 x 1CM Diameter Steel Balls

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