Hey, guys - just recently purchased a Scout kit from FlippinOutSlingshots.com, with the steel ammo and safety glasses, and love it! The first day I got it was the first time I'd held a slingshot in my hands in over 30 years. I set up a smallish cardboard box in the yard, and fired about 15 to 20 shots and hit it every time - I was incredulous that I even hit the box!<br><br>So, I've been trying to figure out some sort of ammo catcher so I can practice more, but I did take the same box out again and shoot some more. Only this time, I ended up shooting VERY inconsistently - some of my shots went flying way to the right (I'm right handed, and I'm drawing back with my right hand, holding the slingshot with my left). I ended up losing a couple of steel ammo bullets my second shooting round.<br><br>It was very cold last night, and I really wanted to shoot. So I set the same box up down the hall inside the house. The same thing happened - alot of my shots were just CRAZY to the right - slammed into the wall of the hallway and marked up the walls on a few shots! I don't understand why! I'm making sure that the bands are over the top and that equal amounts of leather are on either side of the ammo when pulling back. What am I doing wrong? It doesn't happen every time, but it's happening alot and very inconsistent. Is there something wrong with my bands or am I doing something wrong?<br><br>And while I'm here, any good ammo catch box ideas? I'm brand new to the forum, and new to the slingshot craze - thanks for your help in advance!