Hello Folks! I was at the SSf watching Charles's video on simple and easy gypsy tabs and was led off into a line of thought by a lil' aluminum shooter that had the tabs secured with a screw and an acorn nut. I got to thinking about how this could be done without tools and I came up with the idea of button hole tabs. They are just pouches with small holes and a slit. Then I knocked out a lil' frame to test the concept. I drilled holes in the fork to avoid stressing the wood and epoxied some screws in place. Then I "buttoned" the tabs on. I did not get the screws in far enough to keep the tabs from rotating and twisting the bands, so I opened the tab and wrapped and tucked the back band down. However I noted that if you wanted to you could let the tabs fall to the side and have an outside the fork shooter or inside and have a through the fork shooter on a wide enough frame. I realize that this set up is more of a benefit for chained bands or looped tubes, but I thought it was kind'o cool. Thanx for Lookin' and Happy Shootin'!