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So some of you might of seen my hammer sorta finished sling. My plan was to remove a fork hit and it worked well now I decided to go on both sides of the sling and leave the sides alone went over it with some 600grit sand paper to remove the polished and oh boy do I dig it now even more. Let me know what you guys think :) thanks in advance :)
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Wow you have ruined it, you need to polish it to a mirror fini, OH who am I kidding I can't keep a straight face. Your hammer work would make Thor envious, that slingshot is a work of art, truely I like very much what you have wrought. I hope the joke part was obvious but if not I really like your work :)
 

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I say that this is the Perfect way to take an aluminum slingshot with fork hits and blend it all together, while giving some added purchase(texture) to the grip.
Agreed and it's so easy to do anyone can do it

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Ya know, I happen to have an aluminum Hare Splitter with a couple of fork hits! Hmmmmm......
 

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I like it.
 

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All the way for the "YaY"! Great idea!
 
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