Recently, a fellow enthusiast asked me to recreate the classic milbro in wood. After looking over the few Milbro models I have in my own collection, I started the creation. He asked for buckeye burl and thuja burl- neither of them strong enough to handle the delicate shape, so I started with an 1/8" thick G10 core. I then found an amazing piece of spalted buckeye burl. It was full of character and a few worm holes as well. The palm swell is made from Thuja burl and the spacer between the two woods is Figueria. The frame is finished off with a hand rubbed CA finish which provides a tough shell against dents and dings on the soft woods. It is fitted with 3060 tubes and is one of the more attractive slingshots I have ever produced, in my opinion.