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Looking good got to see what this looks like after the sanding/shaping phase.
Thank's,I put some finish on it just now.A few more coats and I will post some more pictures.It is a little rough around the edges but it is going to get Knocked around anyway.Thank's for looking.
 

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If it is your first one, my sincere CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Awesome already!! I would invest time now on fine sanding, by stages (on finer grits, I usually do 400, 600, 1000, 1500 and 2000)

And then, give that baby a bath of linseed oil!!! :)

Hope I'm not intruding, sir.

Cheers ...Q
 
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If it is your first one, my sincere CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Awesome already!! I would invest time now on fine sanding, by stages (on finer grits, I usually do 400, 600, 1000, 1500 and 2000)

And then, give that baby a bath of linseed oil!!! :)

Hope I'm not intruding, sir.

Cheers ...Q
If it is your first one, my sincere CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Awesome already!! I would invest time now on fine sanding, by stages (on finer grits, I usually do 400, 600, 1000, 1500 and 2000)

And then, give that baby a bath of linseed oil!!! :)

Hope I'm not intruding, sir.

Cheers ...Q
No,not at all.I appreciate the comment.I took it down to 320 and will buff some once the oil cures.
 

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Fantastic! I am on my 7th attempt to make a plywood slingshot and only now starting to get close to a useable frame. I envy your woodworking skills. Ditto what Dogcatchersito said - good to see another tube-shooter.

Looking forward to watching your progress.
 
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