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  • Thomas Newberg

    What is a shepherd’s sling:   A sling is a crude weapon made up simply of two strings with a pocket or pouch in the middle. It almost looks like a child’s toy though in the right hands with a lot of practice, it can be a highly effective...

  • Stephanie Nelson

    How to make a Shepherd's Sling

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