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I am after slingshot forks ,naturals from all over the world,what you consider every day, to me may well be exotic! i am particularly interested in rosewood , ebony (yep i know rare as hens teeth!) cocobolo,bubinga,

North American:

aspen,red alder,western hemlock,black cherry,black cotton wood, magnolia (cucumber or otherwise) , rock elm , Bitternut hickory or other hickory's, maples , black oak , pin oak , turky oak , Osage Orange , pecan , redgum , black walnut .

south American:

Guapuruvú / Ficheira (Schizolobium parahyba)
jabuticaba (Brazilian Grape Tree)
Jacaranda
rosewood

as symetrical as posible,please pm me pics,cash waiting.
 

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I'ld have to take a class in tree identification, I just grab them out of the local brush pile, I never know what I have.
 

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don't forghet olive three. it tend to move if not well seasoned but 0nce it is is quite hard but still resilient, absolutely long lasting, can be mirror polished, and develope a splendid patina over the time cause his natural oiling. I have had some of the best naturals of my life with it. believe me
 
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