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I like it! Then again...does it matter what *I* think? If it feels right and more importantly shoots right for you - *That* is what matters most! Can't wait to see what yew come up with on some 'real' wood.
 

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I like it! Then again...does it matter what *I* think? If it feels right and more importantly shoots right for you - *That* is what matters most! Can't wait to see what yew come up with on some 'real' wood.
Yes, it does matter what you think, Skit. . . I respect your opinion and your work a lot, mi amigo.

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<sigh> Thanks Bill (suck up
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I see : your fingers/thumb appear slightly straining- knock out @ 1/16" per relief. Small and critical I know...but I'd make em that much deeper. I know your hands are quite a bit 'meatier' than mine but that's what I'd change- I like it "as is" otherwise.
 

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See? You're right, Skit, I'm gonna bring that curve in a little. And all the edges are going to be rounded off a lot more in the finished slingshot. sorta like you did in the Skit-2 (which I enjoyed shooting with again this morning). Thanks for the feedback, which is why I posted.
hmmm, round em off before narrowing them much, then. That radius-ing may make all the difference, you can always narrow them down later. Funny you mentioned Skit-2... had the Oak fork out too! I needed to shoot "off side" and is the *best* ambi fork for me!
 
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