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  1. General Slingshot Discussion
    This is my first can cut attempt. You can’t see it from this angle but this is my catchbox. It’s made from 1x1” lumber I ripped from 2x4s. It has a thick mattress pad stapled all around the back and sides which catches the ammo. I might switch to the type of setup that has fabric draped down...
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    An abandoned shopping cart is always a score, for me. The last one I found, got a new lease on life, as my welding cart. Found this one in a field yesterday, and thought it would be a decent catch box. Few cuts/beads later, and here she is. Ugly, but better than my cardboard box (cheaper...
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    Testing out the new catch box using the Snipersling S-Airship with 0.5 Simple Shot black shooting 5/16 stainless ballbearings.
  4. General Slingshot Discussion
    Dear Fellow Shooters, I thread a cord through the sleeves of a shirt and put it inside the catch box and I also use a clip to keep it in place. But it still moves to one side and the clip falls as well when ammo hits. I was shooting 0.7mm band 22-18mm taper at 15 yards with 3/8'' steel ball...
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    Hi there folks, I shot at a can once and hit the top center part. The can just fell off. Look at the pic. The can is still good to shoot but i can't hang it in the catch box anymore. What do you guys do about this? Also, the shirt I put inside the box to catch ammos always tends to fall off...
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    There have been quite a few ideas posted concerning catch boxes or backstops for slingshot shooting. The topic seems to reappear with some regularity. I thought I would share a couple of ideas that I have been using for some time. Rather than write up a long description and take a bunch of...
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    The 2 Tee-shirts in my catch box are a very large size, and then trimmed to 4 panels to fit the box. There is also a panel of rip-stop nylon (medium weight) behind them. All 5 panels are pinched between two 1 by 2 boards by 3 small steel c-clamps. The boards are notched on the ends to keep them...
  8. Out with the old.

    My old Navy issued T-shirt is about worn out and so is the target.
  9. General Slingshot Discussion
    here is a very inexpensive and great backstop and catchbox I made... its made from pvc pipe, a painters canvas tarp and panters paper...the catch box is just a plastic container... I place it in the yard of my shop, and I shoot from my driveway about 35ft...I also included a pic of my new...
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