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Finally finished this frame I've been working on for a while, been trying something new with a copper wire inlay of a deers head, being a deers head I had to do an antler lanyard bead to go with it. It's made from an oak fork. Thanks to island made for the template and palmetto flyer (I think that's correct) for uploading it for us.
Thanks for looking guys

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Oh WOW Carl, that is a purdy sling right there brother !

Very nice and I'm totally stealing that copper wire inlay idea if that's cool with you, lol

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Hats off brother! That鈥檚 first class right there!
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Thanks guys appreciate the compliments! Sling-n-shot do it brother! Would love to see what you can do with it
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That's a beauty buddy

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It鈥檚 cool dude top drawer :) the bead and inlay are a nice touch. Quality m8
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Looks great.

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That's a looker!

Woooooooooo!
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The shape And inlay are really nice.

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Goat tae agree wi' all o' the above!,

:thumbsup: Nice sling!
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Man, that is a looker! Cool job!
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Excellent! Did you shape it with a rasp?
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Thank you for all of your kind words guys appreciate them all! Tobor8Man yeah it was all shaped with a rasp I don鈥檛 really have access to power tools
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C & C if you don't mind ...from center to center in inches, how wide is the fork gap? And have you shot it yet?.
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C & C if you don't mind ...from center to center in inches, how wide is the fork gap? And have you shot it yet?.
Haven't had a chance to shoot yet as the weathers been terrible here but centre to centre is about 2/12"
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