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Re: what is a 'non-complex projectile' ?
Reply #15 - Jan 20th, 2013 at 2:11am
 
Okay, Update:

I have updated the Slinging Category Requirements and consolidated the Simple Distance and Free Distance Merit Awards into one "Distance" Category.  Now, any projectile that does not generate it's own thrust will be allowed.  Go For DISTANCE people!!
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Re: what is a 'non-complex projectile' ?
Reply #16 - Jan 31st, 2013 at 4:18pm
 
YAY!
So I can sling a dart!
hahahahahaaha Well, I ordered some Tungensten fishing weights yesterday. They better be worth the investment!
Lead=diffucult to get...
Tungensten= INCREDIBLY expensive!
At least for a given weight. I got 2-oz bullet weights... Good choice or not?
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