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Last weekend I had the opportunity to work on my projects, I should mention that these projects might call "green forks", no powertools was used to produce them, well, the old lumberjack probably used a chainsaw .. and at the lumberyard they used some electrical equipment, but for my part, not other than a small hand saw to cut the board, file, sandpaper, and oil.


no powertools?


ecological fork!
(LOL)




I put the bands and I made some test shots, I can simply say that they are very comfortable to the hand, relatively light


Rosamorada wood.

always waiting for your comments.

greetings and good day
 

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thanks guys, let me tell you, making the forks is as pleasant as shooting them.

three forks very accurate, precise and comfortable, i can tell you that!, especially the thinner one, I have a few more forks more allready marked on the board waiting to be cut tonight (i hope so).

I want to use soft woods, something like redwood. (is not too weak?)

anyone know of any page where you can download some patterns?

thank you all.
 

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Excellent.
Good work, all nice custom made slingshots. I'd be proud of such workmanship.
 
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