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(3 customer reviews)


No other slingshot highlights the dedication of our design team’s search for excellence as does this amazing precision slingshot. Recommended ammo is 44 caliber steel and Clod-Poppers clay.


The Wing™ is a precision shooting instrument for experienced slingshot enthusiasts. It blends advanced ergonomics, structure and launch dynamics into a light weight, responsive futuristic design. The Wing™ slingshot floats on your fingers not gripped by your hand. This new shooting style means less torsion and greater accuracy resulting in an unmatched shooting experience… comfortable, relaxed and focused on the target not the discomfort of struggling with a conventional slingshot. Saunders’ The Wing™ slingshot comes fully loaded with a folding storage bay, tether, quick thrust band adjustment, 44-50 caliber self centering pouch plus a free ammo case and draw string bag. Recommended ammo is 44 caliber steel and Clod-Poppers clay.

Slingshots, slingshot ammo and slingshot supplies cannot be shipped to the following states, or cities: Delaware: (Dover & Wilmington) – Florida: (St. Augustine) – Georgia: (Athens-Clarke) – Illinois: (Evergreen Park) – New Jersey – New York: Only wrist-braced slingshots are illegal. – Massachusetts – Minnesota: (Duluth) – Missouri: (St. Louis) – Ohio: (Columbus) – Pennsylvania: (Philadelphia) – Rhode Island – South Carolina: (Charleston) – Tennessee: (Knoxville & Johnson City) – Utah: (Salt Lake County) – Virginia: (Falls Church) – Wisconsin: (Madison) – Australia

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Additional information

Weight 9 oz
Dimensions 7 × 6.5 × 3 in

3 reviews for Wing™

  1. Vito Diciolla (verified owner)

    First slingshot I picked up in 20 plus years… it is a hoot of fun to be able to silently plink cans off easily at 10 yards… albeit their is a learning curve…. once I watched their videos and realized you have to hold the sling shot in the horizontal orientation.
    Two bits of advice …
    1 … Buy the piper sights… if you don’t you will wish you did and probably reorder as I did. it is much more accurate than I thought a slingshot would be….
    2… do not buy the Stryker bands if you are shooting clod poppers… they are heavier bands and intended for shooting heavier steel or lead rounds. If shooting clod poppers their is no advantage only disadvantage as the pouch will tear before the bands ever fail.

  2. Larry sturm (verified owner)

    The wing is my new “go to”. After shooting it I can’t ever see myself shooting anything else!!! I really only bought it because it was different and odd. But when I pull it out everyone wants to shoot it- especially when I can hit targets at 40 ft. and they can’t!!! Love the idea it folds up and can carry an extra band. Im 68 and it brought sling shots back into my life, thanks Saunders!! Oh yea, the customer service ????? You don’t find people who care and still enjoy the sport like them.

  3. Anthony Sarratori

    The wing is very comfortable and fun to shoot. This new design makes it easy to shoot without a wrist brace. It also helps you practice your archery no grip release. I’m very happy with it!!

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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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