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I think for target shooting, the lightest band set that still shoots straight enough to be precise is best. A light draw usually enhances the accuracy.

For hunting, I would always choose stronger bands, as the bullet needs to have serious impact. Punching a whole into cardboard is just a different issue.

The slingshot frame is not so important, as long as it is strong enough for decent bands. A slingshot that works for target shooting always works for hunting, too.

Of course hunting and poaching are different... for poaching, you may wanna use a conceilable slingshot, and also you may want to use one that you can throw away without too much regret.

Jörg
 
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