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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you ship outside the UK?

Currently, we are unable to ship internationally. We when we are able to make this happen, we will have to raise the order manually and quote shipping accordingly. If you wish to order from outside the UK please drop us an email with your enquiry.

Do you offer discounts for bulk/wholesale?

Yes we do please drop us an email to discuss your requirements.

Do you need a licence to own a slingshot?

You do not need a licence, Slingshots are great fun, but they are a powerful product so care and attention must be used at all times, and we recommend supervising children with them

Are slingshots dangerous?

When slingshots are well maintained and shot with care they are perfectly safe. We highly recommend inspecting your slingshot regularly for wear/damage on both the handle and the bands and replace if needed. We also highly recommend wearing safety glasses when shooting in case of any band failure. Never shoot a slingshot at other people as the ammo can travel in excess of 200ft per second.

What is the difference between flat bands and tubular bands?

Flat bands due to their nature have more stretch than tubular bands, giving more speed and a smoother draw. They also come in different thicknesses to bespoke your slingshot to your specific strength, reach and ammo choice. Flat bands however are less robust than Tubular bands so may need replacing more often.

Which Ammo do I choose?

There are pros and cons to each type:-

Pros: Good flight, consistent shape, low cost, good choice of sizes.
Cons: They ricochet so care is needed where to shoot them

Pros: Good flight, Easy to spot through the air.
Cons: They can shatter on impact and they can ricochet.

Pros: Biodegradable , explode on impact.
Cons: Light weight, one time usage.

Pros: Ideal for short range practice, safer in smaller areas.
Cons: Very lightweight, less accurate.