We’ve said many times how important turning your bands is. If you do not properly tune your bands, you will experience poor performance. So it is essential that you know how to measure your draw length, choose your active band length, and then correctly trim your bands. In this video we will address an error that we see commonly.
In this video, we get into a little more detail about exactly how long to trim your bands. Once you have figured out your draw length and know your active band length, you then need to trim your bands to the appropriate length.
We posted videos on this topic before, but this one warrants another one. Knowing how to tune your bands properly is possibly the most important thing you can learn in order to shoot slingshots well.
In this video, Nathan explains how to get the best possible performance out of your bands.
This is an extremely important topic.If you don’t know your draw length, you will never be able to properly tune your bands. If you never properly tune your bands, you will never get the performance that you’re looking for out of your slingshot.
Learn how to look for, identify and consistently notice signs of band wear. Slingshot bands unfortunately don’t last forever. Learn how to find band wear to stay safe when you are shooting.