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Discussion in 'General Slingshot Discussions' started by thehornedal, Jul 31, 2013.
I was in the forest today and found 3 nice natural forks!
What do you think?
Are u gonna let em dry or work on em?
I want 3rd fork
I microed the small one (oak) and I filed it and sanded it and now i oiling it!
I need help on the third one i dont know how im gonna work with it?
Great forks! If you re unsure of what to do with the third fork, I may suggest looking up one of the tutorials for carving a shooter from a natural.
"Failure is always an option" has a great tutorial on his YouTube channel. Highly recommend that. Joerg also has one, if I remember correctly. Both will help give you some ideas at least.
Make a hammer grip or look at The art of weapons' how to make a laminate slingshot if you have any plywood left
Nice! I'm looking forward to see what you make from them!
I think those look really good. As already mentioned, there's some really good videos to check out. Take your time and make your fork work for you.
I just happen to love just about everything Andy (Doberman Knives) does... So I'm posting his first vid tutorial which you might wanna check out along with all the others if you're working with just basic hand tools. BTW, tokSick does exceptional work with just simple hand tools as well.
Here ya go. The first one. Hope it's helpful! Don't forget to say Hi! to kitty Boris.
Thanks guys I appreciate the help
the first one is done!
Great work, congratulations! Love the picture too, nice colour contrast
Thanks! I also love it!
Feels great in the hand when you holding it! I will attach a butterfly bandset to it!
I upload some shooting on it!
Here is some shooting hope you enjoy!