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Flat Bands

(1 customer review)


Precision twin tapered, heavy pull flat bands with self-centering pouch.

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Flat band power bands for Wrist-Rocket® flat band models.  All our flat bands come with twin band double tapered bands for greater efficiency and speed plus our accurate, easy loading pouch the HVPC (Hyper-Velocity Posi-Center pouch).

The Black Mamba™ are our standard medium power bands.

TNT™ bands are natural bands and are our fastest bands available.

The Stryker™ bands are high power and extra durable when shot at the lower power settings. **Please note that the high-powered slingshot Stryker™ flat bands are too thick to be used with the Pipper™ sight.  Stryker bands are NOT recommended for use with the long draw Pro-X™ due to pouch failure.

Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3.5 × 1 in

Black Mamba™, TNT™, Stryker™


One band set, Three band set

1 review for Flat Bands

  1. Bill Herriman (Tex Shooter) (verified owner)

    The Black Mamba bands are the longest lasting flat bands that I have used – Period. They also have decent power and speed! I shoot 1/2 inch steel for target and if I want to hunt 44 cal. lead and I get about 175 FPS with my 33 draw!

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  • Setting Flat-band Power
    We go about flat-band power settings differently from the rest of the industry. What we use is percentage of stack. Stack is the length at which the bands can no longer stretch. At anchor we like about 70% to 80 % of stack. In rough terms this means stack would happen about 3 to 5 inches past your anchor point. Shooting in this range generally gives one the best of both accuracy and longevity but it can be a little fickle. Sometimes this sweet spot varies with the slingshot model and ammo so we recommend experimenting. You may find your ideal power setting is 65% or 75% or it may be related to the model your shooting. The bottom line is to trust your instincts and you will know when the bands are just right.
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