Thats a sweet sling.
Greetings Mattwalt!!Thats a sweet sling.
MANY THANKS, sir!!Enjoyed the video
LOL!! Treefork, you made me laughIt's amazing how fast you reload . I can't even see it happen .
Exactly Treeman!!I imagine those whistling rounds would be incredibly intimidating in mass quantities. Fantastic video my friend.
From all of the ancient shooting implements that I know, the most difficult to master must be the shepherd's sling.Looks like a little bit of a work out . I made a couple from paracord but never tried them out ! Just picture myself knocked out in the woods
Thank you so much, sir.Slinging must truly be among the hardest skills to master....well done! Cool video ! I gave it a try once while well out between some large fields with rounded rocks...well, 360 degrees is about how accurate I was, hmm.
MANY THANKS, sir!!!It amazes me how talented some folks are. That weave on that sling is awesome. Who figures out how to do that? People with amazing talent. You're truly blessed to have that sling.
Enjoyed your video my friend.
Or an Omega, for that matter (my favorite watch brand)I must agree thats a Rolex. The amount of handwork in that is stunning.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for liking this humble video!!Q.. that was a cool video. I made and used them a lot in my younger days. Never got so I could hit anything twice in a row. Your sling is much better than the ones I used to make. I wish I was there to hear them whistle! Awsome,, wonder if different sized holes would change the pitch?
LOL!!! That's what ancient slingers did.That sling looks so fine and comfortable too! I heard the whistle of your ammo! I'd hate to hear it on the battlefield though!
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Oh sir... What do you mean with "walked off"??I used to have a Egyptian sling but it walked off I sling under handed and was pretty good with it.