Hi slingshot artists, I think about a general problem of slingshots: The force on the forehand is not in the axis of the arm, but parallel to the arm. This forms a crank that twists the hand. In the launch moment the hand snaps forward and makes the shot inaccurate. This is why you need wrist support with arm rests on stronger slingshots. First I thought that this is the solution: https://plus.google.com/photos/1005...5667140618753009986&oid=100586243236722797878 The problem with it is, that you get additional force on the forehand through the pulling rope, and it's not easy to handle. My concept to bring the force nearer to the arm axis is drawn in the attachment. You hold the ss in the middle of the pulleys. Both slings (upper and lower) go over your arm and you pull both slings together. So you divide the force, half over and half under your forehand. When shooting, you have to release only the upper sling. What do you think?