Thanks Vince...I definitely will work thru those tips.
Good video. I have seen this guy before but not this specific video. The one thing he does that I am not doing is slightly tilt the front fork tips(more so the top one) towards the target. I did that a few times while trying to get the hand of OTT but I thought I saw somewhere to keep the slingshot at 90 degrees or parallel to the target so I stopped doing it. I wonder if he is in the minority on this one...anyway goes to show that whatever works best is the best rule. I will give that one a try today. I like how it straightens out the wrist some.Eagle I would have to say find your Anchor Point in reference to the fork width of the slingshot you're using. Keep your shoulder straight out from your body and if you need to tilt up or down to adjust for elevation or a tree or down a hill let's say, you move your entire body at your hips don't move your arm. From the waist up you should be one solid unit, movement should be at the hips. If shooting at the cheekbone which is my spot works for me, you then that's where you should go with, while your cheekbone is close to your eye it is not close enough to your eye if something snapback it would hit you in the cheekbone not the eye. I tilt my slingshot at about 45 degrees about half gangster. I keep my head straight up and down and I tilt my slingshot to line up the band's, not my head to line the bands up on a truly sideways gangster slingshot. This again comes back to keeping from your head to your waist one solid unit. I'm going to put in a video that help me understand this and help my Improvement quite a bit. Also don't forget when you extend both arms in the shooting position you should be flexing your back muscles and locking those back muscles and place it will make everything more stable and solid especially if you have any kind of shakiness in your hands.
This is the video from Caddyshack hunter that really helped me understand body position and keeping the upper half solid and locked in.
I hope this helps, and really just practice and feel what's most comfortable for you and when you find it stick with it. 1 slingsho,t one position, one kind of ammo, one kind of bands, until you start to really feel how it's supposed to feel then start playing around with other fun slingshot or bands or ammo.