DIY slingshots, one of which is always in my left back pocket when I go out the door. 2 are flatbanders made with #107 rubber bands, the little one in the middle has gypsy tabs and braided # 64 rubber bands, which are extremely quite and will handle big heavy rocks better than the flatbands, but has a lower velocity in it's cast. The flatbands work well with marbles, cast lead of .36 & .44 caliber balls. The pouches on the left two are made from old baseball leather which is my favorite, and everything is tied down with stout cotton cord. Already nailed 2 copperheads and a small rattlesnake this year with hot weather snake season just starting. Will handle rabbits and squirrels in the garden, and a good shot to a mans temple will put his lights out if it doesn't kill him outright.