|glazed bead handles and|
monkey first triggers in waiting.
Tutorials on tying monkey fists and sheep-shanks have entire YouTube channels devoted to them so I won't go into it. But I will say that recently I started tying a simple overhand with the smallest of tails and centering it within the fist for a harder more spherical trigger. But the best thing about the monkey fist is that it doesn't shatter upon its first encounter with the ground, a common problem with beaded triggers. Plus although it's hard as a rock, it doesn't hurt nearly as much as a wood on the rare occasions that it whips around to bite you on the cheek. Slingmoore always recommends wearing eye protection when slinging. The glazed beads for the handles aren't a problem because it never leaves your hand.