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  1. Show off your homemades!
    I sketched out a new design, that is a mixture of my starfighter and the V-Hammer (derAndy). A chunky Hammergrip with slender forktips. Not the most elegant frame, but it fits pretty well to my needs. I named it the Crusader.:cool: The core is made from odd-green juma and grey acrylic glas. The...
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    Cut some pipe. Zap the sections with a heatgun. Smoosh them with a brick or any other heavy object. Leave to cool for a few minutes. They'll end up flat. Now use heatgun again to bend to shape. Notice I am doing all this freehand. If you can arrange some stuff to act as a jig, you'll have...
  3. Show off your homemades!
    Hello everyone, I was asked by a friend to make them a hammer grip slingshot. Since it was supposed have a very slender grip, I opted to make two frames, just to make sure one of them fits. Both of them are made from beech deadwood that came from the same heap, if not from the same tree, so I...
  4. Show off your homemades!
    After joining the forum a few months ago, I decided to make my own slingshot! It is technically my second slingshot, but the first one was made of spare slingshot parts and a really boring straight-Y fork, so I wouldn't really count it! I went searching in my local woods for forks, and after an...
  5. Show off your homemades!
    Hello again! Today I want to show you a frame that I made for a very dear friend of mine. She has smaller hands, so I went for a slender hazel fork. The frame is sculpted for hammer grip as well as support style, which I feel is suitable for a beginner. The end was chopped, doweled and a stack...
  6. Show off your homemades!
    Hi folks, Here I have my latest build, made from the topmost fork of a fallen tree I came across after an autumn storm. The bark was completely gone and the wood was whithered to a dark grey, as can be seen in the first picture. So, as per usual, I have no clue what kind of tree it was. This...
  7. Show off your homemades!
    Once again, wood meets surgical steel. My newest creation with clamps for the rubberbands and possibility of exchange the whole fork, leaving the same handle. It took a lot of strenght to bend the high quality stainless steel. the for is atached with nuts to the handle grip, that has two long...
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