Thursday, November 27, 2014

Double riveting prevents pocket creep

The double tuck pocket design slingmoore unveiled last year had an untended result.  The angle of the pocket-folds near the stays would tend to slowly open like an oxford shirt collar.  The double riveting fixes that problem, you know, just in case you're sharpened aesthetic senses be too easily bruised whilst chucking large projectiles.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Little slinger loads like a Benjamite.

Here's my second-born demonstrating his fast-load sling skills.  Of special note are how he slides his hand down the stays to nest the handle and trigger quickly while holding the ball above, and the great distance he slung it. Also he is using slingmoore's very own sling with stays shortened using the modified sheep shank shown a few posts ago.  Nothing like a sling to transform a boring morning in a hotel into a slinging paradise.  Keep slinging.