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Before I talk about any slingshot, I make sure I can shoot it accurately and comfortably so I can give it my honest opinion. When I talk about my accuracy, I mean I'm shooting well for my ability. View attachment 262014 View attachment 262014 Tobacco pipe Wood Hardwood Electric blue Metal
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. The groove serves as a great aiming mark for me.I haven't tried it to see, but Im thinking it would be a great slingshot to start a beginner on.
 

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I have a blank tube shooter, so this afternoon I decided to see if my idea on this frame would help me. So far it has, Im still working on it, but I wanted to point what I feel helps me to control the slingshot. I want to barely smooth the edges, so I have a smooth flat surface to grasp the slingshot. I grind a little shoot it, grind a little more???? Other than making it look smoother, I'm finished. It makes me like the blank slingshots a lot better, because I can make it mine???? it may not make me any better,but it's comfortable ???? Wood Nickel Material property Hardwood Jewellery
. It keeps me from rolling the slingshot. It's like when I buy a recliner???? comfort is number one along with quality.
 

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I wish I could figure out exactly what makes the tuber so much easier for me to focus on the target. I definitely like the groove sight Since I’ve been shooting this slingshot, my accuracy is steadily getting better. I never thought I would like the thicker body on a slingshot, but I seemed to have gotten very comfortable with it. Maybe it’s a coincidence that my accuracy has gotten better since switching to the tuber.
 
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