It's here, and it is absolutely a bona fide Wooden Work Of Art! ...Now I'm actually "Home On The Range."
I draw to about the same point, but I hold the fork horizontally and my anchor is higher up (I touch my thumbnail to my cheekbone just under my right eye). There are no hard and fast rules about form other than use what feels natural and be consistent. Obviously, if you have problems (horrible accuracy, very inconsistent accuracy even after much practice, hitting the forks, etc.)those are a whole other story, but they can be dealt with should they arise. Otherwise, don't sweat it. Looks fine.BTW, does my form look OK? I am still a relative noob
I too had a fork hit with my curly maple but the fork broke from the hit thats why I went to other wood material like bamboo because it is extreemly strong also poplar does not tend to split, crack or break very easily they wont break and of course ss thought it will show a hit from a steel ball it is maliable.Hey Brian, if you do happen to hit the fork, don't keep shooting until you can figure out why you hit the fork. Mr. dummy stubborn here kept shooting and broke the fork on my Flatband. Mr. Flatband told me how to fix it and helped me understand what I was doing wrong and now I shoot it just fine. Now, I have to work on my form some more cause I still get fork hits on other slingshots.