I've finally made the time to make a few more slingshots this morning before running off to work. Loving your job is quite the time consumer. I've been intrigued for some time with pickle fork shooters, and after noticing the many advantages, decided to make a few. From left to right: 1. Birch plywood 3/8" thick with thera-tube black. 2. Black acetal 1/4" thick with green yoga bands. 3. Clear polycarbonate 1/4" thick with red yoga bands. The tubed fork is sort of the safety shooter, because the tubes give a tremendous amount of lift to the shot. Anywho, on to the advantages of these guys. First off, they're hella pocket-able. Smaller than my cell phone and thinner with it's case on. Second, They require very little material. You could buy a strip of material 3" wide by 4" long and make one. Third, they're very fun to shoot. I'm finished making slingshots for power. These are purely for shooting fun; stuffing in a pocket and going for a hike to plink on a mountain. I'll be making a few more of these as this first batch was experimental.