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<font face="Courier New"><font color="darkblue">Hi There,<br></font></font><br><font face="Courier New"><font color="darkblue">I<br> was wondering from others more experienced than me with hunting with <br>slingshots; as to what would be the best hunting ammo for a quick kill <br>(assuming good shot placement of course).</font></font><br><font face="Courier New"><font color="darkblue">Currently for practice I use half in steel balls, and for hunting almost 30mm or a bit over an inch, hex nuts.<br></font></font><br><br><br><font face="Courier New"><font color="darkblue">Any advice appreciated thanks.</font></font>
 

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Hi,<br>I think lead is the best ammo for hunting and if i am not wrong, 12mm would do the job for animals like rabbits. For smaller, like birds, 6mm to 10mm is ok. I don' t hunt so if i am wrong, correct me please.
 

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With good bands(good speed and joules), 12 mm lead and up, for steel i thought it was 14 mm and up, bigger is better but 30 mm hex nuts!? What bands do you use for that?<br><br>Ps, i do not hunt, but this is what i have picked up, so i am not 100% sure
 

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<font color="darkblue">Not really sure what type of bands. <br><br>I just got the strongest I could for my current well made commercial slingshot.<br><br>But will be getting alot better soon with an order to Bill Hays for a few slingshots banded with powerful flat bands. <br>Along with an order to A1 for a couple of slingshot and accessories.<br><br>The time can not go fast enough for things to arrive.<br><br>Cheers Allan<br></font>
 
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Not cheating......<br><br>Its Danger.....<br><br>If the nail is hanging .....<br>pushes against the belt ......<br>not solve ....<br><br>Then for the shooter,<br>otherwise the rabbit .....
 
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