HOW TO SHOOT A SLINGSHOT

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Bands should alwayS pull over the tOP OF THe slingshot. This Applies to Both shooting in the over the top & through the forks Style.  Never pull straight against  the side That the bands are tied onto.

Step one: Lay the frame on a flat surface with the bandset resting on top of the forks. The Fowler Signature on the pouch should be facing down

Step three: Begin securing the bandset by wrapping approximately 7 times around

Step five: On the next wrap around, go underneath of your thumb and slowly pull the tie-on tail through the loop formed over your thumb

Step two: Pinch both the bandset and the tie-on underneath of your thumb

Step four: On the 8th wrap go around the top of your thumbnail

Step six: Give them a tug to make sure everything is secure! If you're having any trouble at all CHECK OUT the “how to shoot a slingshot” playlist at Fowlers Makery & Mischief on Youtube

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These photos highlight the area we consider the “DANGER ZONE”. Like most shooting sports, you should ALWAYS choose a SAFE shooting location, always keep in mind your surroundings and potential bystanders.

  The New HORNET SLINGSHOT Now Available in our shop!!!

The New HORNET SLINGSHOT Now Available in our shop!!!

How To Aim And Shoot A Slingshot Lesson StartS At Minute "4:50" In the video below.

"How To Make a Slingshot In The Wild"  Also Covers The Basics Slingshot Shooting.

How To Shoot A Slingshot By Zachary Fowler (Slingshot How To Ep.1)


What Is the Best Slingshot To Buy For You ? (Slingshot How To Ep. 2)


How to Build a Shooting Range In Your House For Slingshots (Slingshot How To Ep.3)


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The red line in this photo highlights the “line of sight” from your dominant eye to the desired target.

This is a face to face view of how the imaginary red line or your “line of sight” should create a diagonal line from your dominant eye to the aiming point on your slingshots band or tube set.

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Here we see the importance of maintaining a level (in the diagonal plane) slingshot frame. Turning your frame like this will result in a inaccurate shot.

 Remember, Its very easy to miss something even as large as a soda can, when you’re aiming at the whole object.

Remember, Its very easy to miss something even as large as a soda can, when you’re aiming at the whole object.

 Rather than aiming at the whole can, focus on a concentrated area like the letter “e” in the center of the Soda can.

Rather than aiming at the whole can, focus on a concentrated area like the letter “e” in the center of the Soda can.

 We refer to this as “Aim Small, Miss Small”

We refer to this as “Aim Small, Miss Small”