I recently purchased a Dankung Agile Toucan. It seems like a nice piece ... takes tubes or flats, fits easily in the pocket, stainless so quite robust. But my arthritis in my hands often makes it painful to shoot. I liked the idea of the gloveshot, since it did not require maintaining a death grip on the slingshot while shooting. I decided to make the Toucan into a gloveshot. Basically, I attached a one inch wide strap of soft nylon to the bottom of the handle, and another to the bottom of the fork. In use, the two straps come around the back of my hand, wher I used standard velcroe fasteners to allow the strap to be adjusted according to my shooting technique. Photos below should explain everything. The photo at draw was made while I was holding the pouch in my teeth and the camera in my right hand; as you may imagine, that was a bit awkward! I could not really see the angle of my left hand, but rest assured that it is an easy matter to keep the slingshot flat to the direction of the shot without gripping the slingshot. Thought some of you might like to try it.
Cheers ..... Charles
This photo shows the basic construction.
The next photo show me gipping the slingshot, and the velcroe has been pressed into place.
In this next photo I have withdrawn my hand. Once the strap is adjusted to suit, you can take your hand out and put it back quite easily.
And this photo shows the slingshot held in place only by the strap.
Finally, here I have drawn the pouch back with my fingers open ... as noted, I took the photo by holding the pouch in my teeth and using the camera with my right hand. I could not properly see the angle at which I was holding my left hand, but there is no danger of the slingshot coming free.
I hope that makes everything clear!!!