Just got the Pocket Predator Standard in aluminum from Bill. Had to change the bands over to R/handed, no big deal.
Has a nice heft to it, took it out for a few shots, so far me likes. Still very much pocket-able as the A+ but you know it's there..
The camo is well done, only time will tell how...
On Friday I had a couple of hours before work, so I decided to make a quick chalice out of 3/4" thick 6061 aluminum! The finish is 220 grit, and the edges are hand beveled with a file. She is very comfortable to hold! Thanks for looking!
Hey everyone! This is actually my submission for the altoid tin contest, and it's my latest PFS design. Made from 1/4" thick 6061 aluminum, and 1/4" bocote and 1/8" zebrawood scales! Just fits in the tin by about 1/16"! The bands are 10.75"X1/2"X1/4". Let me know what you think! -Josh
Hello everyone! Just trying to figure out the next major step in my PFS designs and I am trying this one out. Made from 1/4" 6061 aluminum plate, and 1/8" zebrawood scales. Overall length is 4.25" and the width is 2.5". Not banded up yet as I just finished her, but let me know what you all...
well i have been wanting to try my hand at laminating wood and metal, below is my first attempt, it shoots **** well i built it out of wenge and aluminum because i want to try my hand at Butterfly and PFS. its rough but feels really nice. the pouch's are from Rayshot finally got some ROO!
I have become addicted to not only making SS's but the PFS as well. After I shot my first pfs I knew why they were popular! There is almost zero wrist strain while shooting. So this is my third ss, made from 1/4" 6061 aluminum and 1/8" thick bocote hardwood scales! Overall...
This is SS #2 for me made from 1/4" 6061 T6 aluminum and mahogany scales. Its total length is either 3.25" or 3.5" (I can't remember actually ) Fork width is 2". I have not had a chance to shoot it yet because I literally just completed it! While I was brainstorming what I wanted...
Ok, so I am wanting to make my own dankung style slingshot out of 1/2 inch either aluminum or plain steel rod. I already know that the aluminum would be lighter but would it have the strength for a heavier pull? Before I forget, I am going to be using tubes on it as well.
Hello all, I want to make an aluminum tubing slingshot and wondered what thickness should I get? there is
Which should I get?
.062 has a good price. is that a good size thickness?
Also, what improvements could I make to a screw/metal tubing slingshot?