Monday, August 31, 2009

Not Slinging at Red River Gorge




If you would like to join the throngs of people that have been arrested for doing really stupid things, if you would like to severely injure a tourist, or perhaps fall from a high ledge onto a rocky surface forty feet below...then you should go slinging at natural bridge national park... otherwise, you should do like I did... and practice the art of not slinging... rather...just enjoy the view.

Moore-wisdom from Mr. Sling moore
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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Another day at the Falls...

I'm heading out to the Falls of the Ohio for some more sling action with a friend of mine... videos to come... We're back, the bird that you see in the distance, you know... the one that's not moving? If you're wondering why we have a video of a bird not moving from his perch it's because not a single rock came anywhere NEAR said bird, it had absolutely no worries... and was in no danger...

Monday, August 17, 2009

Slingin at the Falls of the Ohio



Hands down the best place to sling near my house is the Falls of the Ohio, an exposed Fossil Bed beneath a river spillway with the important fact being... there are thousands of perfectly sized, perfectly smooth rocks, out in the middle of no where. I took my eldest boy there with me the other day to test two identical slings save for the length of their draw, one short, one long. So how does the draw length affect things? I'll be brief...Short draw... easy handling, improved accuracy over short distances, just plain fun to sling...
Long draws... distance and power, I was firing things so far I could barely see them by the time they landed... and when they did they were shattering...


And you can have either since Slingmoore will customize draw length to your specifications, send me pictures, videos and your sling stories.

sling out loud
Glen Moore