While watching an episode of Apoaclypse 101 on NatGeo I saw a guy who had moddified his sling shot to fire arrows. After toying around with the arrow rest I had seen on the show I decided that there had to be a better, more stable way of holding the arrow while lining up for your shot. The following Instructable is what I came up with.
Step 1: What you need
- Sling Shot
- Wisker Biscut Arrow Rest
- 1/4" by 1" bolt
- 1/4"Sleeve nut (I think that is what it is called)
- Phillips Head Screw Driver
- T-30 Trox Wrench
- 3/16" Drill Bit (Not Shown)
- 9/32" Drill Bit (Not Shown)
- 5/16" Drill Bit
Step 2: Drilling the holes and attaching the Wisker Biscut
Once you have the holes drilled push the sleeve nut into the 5/16" hole on the plam side of the grip.
Next take the 1/4"x1" bolt and screw it into the Wisker Biscut and then using the T-30 Trox wrench tighten the bolt until it is snug in the sleeve nut, you want the bolt tight enough to hold the Wisker Biscut in place while shooting an arrow but not so tight you can't swing it out of the way so you can fire a rock or ball bearing if you want to.