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Monday Slingmail Double Header

13 March 2017 - 02:42 PM

I received these two Beauties today. The Weber SlingBow from E-Bay. its in pristine condition I wonder if it were ever shot. The tubes are dry rotted but unworn. The Howitzer I picked up of the Slingshot forum from member Jake Heaton for $40.00. Thanks Jake, It weighs almost a pound and a half. Can't wait to band and shoot. I am not sure what size/type of tubes for the Weber, any suggestions would be appreciated

 

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Milligan Special on the Way

23 January 2017 - 01:30 PM

Won my first E-Bay auction, no one else bid, so I probably payed too much. But I wanted this little piece of Slingshot history Should be here Friday. Curious how it will shoot once I have some new bands on it :) s-l1600.jpg

Trouble with short forks?

19 January 2017 - 03:59 PM

Anyone else have trouble with TTF on frames with short forks. I get low fork hits and hand hits. I've had to relegate my Hammer to Slingbow only and was shooting it with the Slingshot head this afternoon and hit the back of the handle flange that goes over the top of your hand. I have been told its because I let my anchor drift away from my face but I am about 95 percent sure that I didn't do that this afternoon. Dinging a $100 frame chaps my hide a bit 

 

Great Service From Simple Shot

05 January 2017 - 10:37 AM

Just wanted to say thanks to Nathan and the Simple Shot crew for excellent customer service. I appreciate the service after the sale and these guys are top notch. Everyone is quick to complain when things go awry, but not quick to post when things are good. Thanks Guys! I recommend you a lot and its good to know I am steering people in the right direction. Thanks again 

3x8" Steel 5/8" straight cut out to 10 meters For Newbies

15 December 2016 - 01:12 PM

Hello All, I made a bunch of frames That I am giving to friends and relations for Christmas. I was looking for a good band setup to throw 3/8" steel over the top with no band slap to discourage new comers. I think I am going with 5/8" Straight cut(for longevity) TBG 7" Active. It seems to throw the 3/8 fast enough to 10 meters and no slap. Any thoughts ? 

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