Err, no. "sbin" stands for "system binaries", and the folder was originally intended to only be accessible by root (because all of the binaries there only concern the system admin, and normal users should therefore only have to see /usr/bin). So, the script *should* be copied to /usr/bin.
/usr/sbin is where scripts live. From here they can be executed anywhere on your system.
does this mean i should put the snapsnap script in usr/bin ?