A friend of mine wants to start selling slingshots and asked me if I could provide a design. Sure! He wants to have a plastic injection mould made, which is quite expensive - but afterwards the frames will be very cheap. So plastic will be the final material! I had to design the frame with that in mind. This one is a mix between the Moorhammer (handle) and the Hand Mortar (for Cold Steel), The fork is wider than the Hand Mortar's, and also the fork arms are thicker. The handle is pure Moorhammer, but sports a lanyard hole. The idea is that the user can saw the hole part off if desired. Also the slot for the looped bands should not be sawed through as it is a bit of a problem for flat bands - you have to attach those fairly low so they don't slip into the slot. This is a great slingshot! The fork is 15mm higher than the Moorhammer's, more safe for beginners but still fairly low, the handle is very very comfortable. The look remind me a bit on a ram's head, plus two bones (fork arms). Hence the name. Did I mention that I LOVE multiplex? It makes shaping so easy, as you can always see wether or not your filework is even.