I like pretty things as much as the next guy but with slings... pretty is not even close to good enough. It has to work. So I took our Spring 2013 Double Tucks out for a test run on a target at about 15 feet. The release time is faster. Even my accuracy was was improved. They load quick, grip tight and release like they're playing hot potato. The target was fun but not strong enough. Every strike punched holes straight through the poor thing. Hats off to my two assistants, they helped paint the target, chase errant projectiles and bring color to my video. Thanks guys. Check out our Warehouse for our slings in stock.
...has come to Slingmoore. Our Spring 2013 slings sport a double-tucked pocket that protects the stays. I admit it doesn't look like much of a change but the improvement in performance is surprising. The tuck decreases the pocket-width without decreasing pocket-length making the it more subtle. And in the realm of slings, pocket-subtlety means reduced drag, better release time, which equals... accuracy. And as if this wasn't enough, since the length isn't reduced the sling can handle a much larger range of objects. This reddish street-cricket ball (a bit smaller than a racquetball) and this orange are equally secure since the sides gripped them both firmly. The stays come in blue or OD green with different handle and trigger designs, see the warehouse for pictures and details. As always, you can email your sling order to email@example.com, we'll email you a paypal request and your sling will ship as fast as you fill it out. Happy slinging and remember why should you throw it...when you could sling it.
Our brief venture into the world of cannon making has come to an end. We are returning to making and producing the simplest, most ancient and most powerful throwing tool under two ounces. We are glad actually, cannons were so very difficult to ship.
Happy April Fools Day.
Happy April Fools Day.
|Leave your sling at home?... Pull this baby|
out at your next family reunion.
|Have trouble hitting squirrels?...|
Next time take out the whole tree.
|Problems breaching that wall?|
|They never hit the same thing twice|
Because the second time around
The thing isn't there anymore