Which is the best hunting slingshot?

Which slingshot is best for Hunting? Nathan answers in this video.

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TTF to PFS shooting tips

TTF to PFS shooting tips

I'd like to shoot a PFS but only shoot TTF. Help! OK. Here's what we'd like you to know about the transition from TTF to PFS.How does a cracker...

Alternate Slingshot Pouch Materials

Alternate Slingshot Pouch Materials

Are you considering alternate materials for pouches? Poly? Eel? We have chosen the materials that we use for specific reasons. Here they are.There...

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Three things every beginning slingshot shooter should know.

What three things would you say to a beginner slingshot shooter? Beginners are the best! Here are the top three things Nathan would tell a beginner shooter.We love this question because we love talking to beginners about as much as anyone! So to actually know this...

What is the best hunting slingshot?

Which slingshot is the best for hunting? There are a lot of options. We can help you choose!There is a lot of information out there on this topic . . . Some articles get it right, and some recommend hunting slingshots that we could never recommend.Here's what we have...

The best slingshot ammo for hunting.

Choosing the right ammo for your slingshot is crucial, but can be a little confusing. Watch this video to learn about different types of ammunition and how they work with different hunting weapons! There's more to this answer than a quick ammo recommendation, so don't...

What is the best ammo for my slingshot?

Spherical projectiles are the most preferred and most accurate ammo you can shoot. This may be steel balls, lead balls, or marbles. Shooting a spherical projectile …

Can I hunt with my slingshot?

Yes, slingshots have been responsible for putting many a meal on the table and the challenge of hunting with a slingshot is addictive. However, hunting with a sling …

What is the difference between ‘OTT’ and ‘TTF’? Which is better?

Neither is necessarily better than the other, it really comes down to personal preference. A few things to keep in mind: When shooting TTF, the projectile is actually …

What is Active band length?

Your active band length is the length of the bands or tubes from where they attach to the slingshot to the pouch. This length is determined by dividing your draw length by 5.

How do I tune my bands for more performance?

In order to get the most performance from your bands (tubular or flatbands) you must first know your draw length. Once you know your draw length, you may then trim …