Have you ever tried the 1745 SIMPLESHOT PREMIUM LATEX TUBE ? I plan to try it with 3/8'' steel ball. What would you comment on the power and accuracy with that tube (single strand)? I plan to use it as 1 single strand. Looped configuration seems to affect accuracy and too much draw...
I have been testing out some of Nathan's fat tubes, I say fat tubes because I can't remember the dimensions and they are much bigger than my 1745s and 2040s
Mass manufacturer tube set:
Nathan's tube next to the smaller 1745s. For reference:
First cut a small slit into the tube approx...
Yo Wasp Be Gone in Green Hornet Spectraply
Here Yo go, another great shooter:
This was a prototype, and it is already spoken for.....but I can make more! It is the same as the poly WBG but 7/8 thick. Forks are 1.5 wide. Future WSB forks will not be this thick I don't think.
I have found...
Ok first there was the Yo Twist, now there is the Yo Shout! Here it is in 1/2 Poly:
This is the new tube shooter in Yellow, which is a super fun slingshot...perhaps my favorite! The tubes are true 1745, and shoot OTT. The fork width is about 1 3/4 inches (45mm).
This is the OTT bands in...
Hello there everyone. I would like to introduce my new hand made bent rod shooter named "Rhino!" I made it from 5/16 inch steel rod, using Trumark heavy pull tubing, fork opening is about 4 to 4 1/2 inches, can be shot left or right handed(I'm a lefty), and it shoots beautifully!!! I made the...
For those without fancy tools or pliers, this method can be used to cheaply and effectively attach tubes to a pouch with 1745 tubing.
The first step is to gather the materials. To begin with, you will need your tubing, a pouch, a short length of 1745 tubing (approx 4mm) and a ballpoint pen...
An updated version along with PDF download can be found
Here is a chart to help you quickly see the difference between the various tube sizes available from Dankung.
Cross section area is directly related to draw strength.
Here is a picture of my first Slingshot .... this is photographed before painting, and removing the rough part of pliers:)