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If it shoots the way you want it t, that is all that matters.

I have butchered about a dozen different pieces of plywood - trying to get a shootable slingshot. I spent hours on my last effort, a Moorhammer, only to get 4 frame hits in a row when I tested it. A very expensive (based on the time devoted) piece of kindling.

Thus far, I have learned to cut as close to the line a possible, thus avoiding extra sanding. In addition to a dremel tool, I have a drum sander attachment for my hand drill that I use for rough shaping. I have also learned to stay away from rasps. Since it is plywood, outdoor wood putty is your friend. I back my sandpaper with duct tape - as mentioned in Mojave Mo's thread.
 
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