I think that the taurus would be great for you. It comes in both TTF and OTT. I just bought my wife the taurus in both configurations they are very comfortable in the hand...I hope that this helped welcome to the forum
I concur on the Pocket Predator Taurus frames also, very comfy frames.Thanks GotBands and Stankard757! That's two votes for the Taurus.
This looks like a great idea. I might be able to try heavier bands with this. Thanks for the suggestion!I use a wrist sling as opposed to a wrist lanyard. Basically, a length of paracord with 2 knots to make 2 loops. The wrist sling does not attach to the slingshot. Instead, the first loop goes over your wrist, you put the slingshot in your hand, then the second loop goes on top of the grip and then over your middle or ring finger. The enables a relaxed and confident grip.
The one pictured is a bit fancier, w/ Cobra knots for the wrist loop and sliders (also made from Cobra knots) to adjust the 2 loops.
PM me if you need more instructions or if you would like me to send you one.
Note the sanding marks on my PP Scorpion. Don't be afraid to hand file and sand the grip for a better fit.
A wrist-brace may also help. Lots of options for attaching flat bands to a wire-framed slingshot, including clamps that Bill and Daranda sell at PocketPredator.com.
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Make that three for Taurus. A very good choice for us oldsters with bum hands.Thanks GotBands and Stankard757! That's two votes for the Taurus.
I have some paracord and leather scraps. Sometime tomorrow I am making one of those Wrist Slings.In a quick and dirty test I wrapped a loop of paracord around my wrist, in front of the handle of the slingshot, and around my middle finger, holding the slingshot snuggly in my hand. Worked pretty well. I have a paracord bracelet too. I'm going to play around with this a little bit. Thanks for the ideas!
Ha ha!Okay, sounds like pretty overwhelming support for the Taurus. I think I'll give it a try. Thanks!