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I cut these out after shooting today. There just ruff cut as its cold out and I was to. Think I'll just look at these a few days to decide how I want to work on them. Sorry bout the poor pictures not my strong point.
 

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Looks like promising shooters there. Maybe finger grooves in the larger one ?
 

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I like them all, but that one on the right looks particularly interesting. Can't wait to see them finished.
 

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Well couldn't make up my mind what to do with these three so I thought I would do some fast rounding of the edges put some bands on and take a few shots to see what I think. View attachment 5589 View attachment 5590
Doing this gave me a few ideas but I have a few misplaced tools that I need to do the job. If I would have done more work on these I think they would have shot better.
As in the picture they are the GS10 the Flipper and my own Snipe Hunter in 3/4 inch scavenged plywood.
 

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They look great to me DM, simplicity is the the backbone of the slingshot. These little scrounged boardcuts do well to keep to the roots. I really like them, as with all of your work...I respect the fact that you make do and create perfectly effective shooters minimal cost.

I like them all, but would prefer the 2 on the left, even though I know full well the right one was design specifically to match your favorite metal shooter. I have to say nice work, I like your style!


Cheers - John
 
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