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Just finished these this week, and got 'em banded up today.

I'm really fond of the one with the cocobolo palm swell, and although I have yet to shoot it, I am very confident that it will perform wonderfully. It has very similar size and shape to gopher's gs-14, which is currently my favorite design to plink with.

The second one I call Stubbs. Its pretty short in both grip and forks. I have no idea what to expect from this one. The swell is poplar, the core is red oak, and the front side with the finger grooves is black walnut.

Thanks for looking, I'm off to try these suckers out!
 

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Just got back from trying these two out. I was very happy with both. I'm not a slingshot sniper or anything, but I but plenty of shots right where I wanted them. Both are really quite comfortable, although I do prefer the added weight of the one with the cocobolo.
 

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Just finished these this week, and got 'em banded up today.

I'm really fond of the one with the cocobolo palm swell, and although I have yet to shoot it, I am very confident that it will perform wonderfully. It has very similar size and shape to gopher's gs-14, which is currently my favorite design to plink with.

The second one I call Stubbs. Its pretty short in both grip and forks. I have no idea what to expect from this one. The swell is poplar, the core is red oak, and the front side with the finger grooves is black walnut.

Thanks for looking, I'm off to try these suckers out!
you do beautiful work
 

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Really swell looking. Love that style of catty!
 

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Really nice work!
 
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