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Tex-shooter
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I recently showed two natural forks, that when the bark was removed there was natural jigging under it. There are those who did not know what jigging was (like on a knife handle). The picture that I showed did not show the jigging very well, so I have taken a picture just to show the jigging. The forks are more symmetrical than the picture shows because of the odd angles that I set them up to get the light right to show the jigging. I have asked before, but does anyone know for sure what kind of wood this is? I now also have a composition slingshot, but I really like the feel of wood the best in a wood cut style. -- Tex
 

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One of these forks had worms, but that is not what caused this. It was just the way the bark pealed off. I don't know what kind of a tree is was because I got these forks in brush away from any trees and did not pay attention to the brush at the time (its long gone). I sure would like to know what kind of a tree it was. -- Tex
 
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