Wrist braced slingshots aren't an option where I live so I put my mind to an alternative solution that gave me good accuracy and the power I wanted, you can see the first build below. I find having the force come from the bottom and the top makes this a lot more comfortable to use than a regular slingshot. At first I tried to design what was just a regular rubber powered bow that threw round projectiles but that proved to be awful in accuracy and cumbersome to use. I find this works well because the four anchor points for the rubber seem to give the projectile a much more consistent flight path. Also this is probably the best way I can see to make a simple slingbow for arrows too as the bands don't slap into your hand so there is no need for dedicated string stoppers like in other designs, just personal opinion of course everyone will have their own preferences. This first design was a reasonably low powered design but I will make a nicer one with far higher power soon. Sorry if this is the wrong forum I thought it didn't quite fit the other forums but maybe it does (I'm new here). P.S. At the very least I may made the highest fork slingshot that is actually usable. . Sorry if this idea has been done before and I didn't see it. I looked around but it is impossible to see everything that has ever been done before in slingshots. *** This can be taken as a public disclosure of the idea and anyone can build it for commercial or personal use. Some recognition would nice if anyone makes it commercially but it is up to you. If you make a popular video it would be cool if you PMed for my name to put as a credit first but still up to you.