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I made this one from manzanita.
Grows in the sierra`s of Ca. and Nevada.
Really stong wood, and I incorporated tubes on this fork. WoW! Nice and fast, and accurate.
Took alot of hand sanding to get it to look like this...but it was worth the effort.
Tom
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Man, the sawdust is flying in Upstate NY! Good stuff Bud!
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Gee whiz Tom !!! You have a very good eye for those naturals (not mentioning the others you make)!!!

My hat is off to you.

Ray

PS. Also, I'm very much using and enjoying the slingshot I purchased from you at the Alverton tournament. In fact it is my favorite to shoot. I must have shot 4 to 5 hundred throughout the day with it.
 

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Natural forks are some of my favorites.
I remember the first one I cut when I was 9 or 10 yrs. old.
I still have the scar on my thumb, when my dad`s hacksaw sliced into it when cutting the slots in the fork.

Guess some things never change,because the bandsaw got my finger awhile back.
Ouch! Be careful out there.
Tom
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Isn't it amazing Tom, When you work with naturals how the wood just draws you in . The more you sand the more grain you find and after you put a finish on everything just glows ! Nice work Tom. Love them naturals
 

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Beautifull, beuatifull, beautifull!
What else can be said of this beaut but to nominate it for slingshot of the month?
 
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