We've all probably seen slow motion video of an arrow fired from a longbow in flight. The arrow tends to flex and 'wobble' (for lack of a proper term) in flight. Do the arrows fired from a slingbow do this as well? <br><br>I haven't seen slow video of a compound bow with something like a whisker biscuit however... does the type of arrow rest also minimize the wobble? Jorg has shown that a slingbow can match the power of a typical bow, I'm wondering which would give the greatest accuracy.