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One tool many people would not think to incorporate in their plan, as controversial as it is, is the slingshot.
Though not quite the best man-killer, slingshots can have many uses. They can be used to hunt small game, to stun or maim attackers, and also for communication and warnings if used creatively.
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|NotAlice||Slingshots - storing properly?||7||Mar 5 2012, 6:27 AM EST by Braydonn|
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I've had a slingshot and some ball bearings in my GHB for years now. What I am concerned about is degradation of the elastics or rubber bands over time. Is there an effective treatment/storage method for extending the usable life of the stretchy bits? I mean, it's all well and good to replace yearly, but what about those hot summers and cold winters? Besides, if you have a cache, yearly replacements may be impractical. Ideas?
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