Undefined Slingshot marathon

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  1. Fidencio León Burgos

    Fidencio León Burgos Member

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    After a few weeks without making any frame, my internal termite became anxious and in two days cut and carve the silhouettes of a dozen natural forks. .
    Most of them are from different species of tropical hardwood trees. Each frame was made without plan or pervious design, only following the impulse, shape of the fork used and influence of the large number of styles seen in this community and the web in general. One of them inspired by the thumper design, by CanOpener. Now I come out of the oil and this is the group of slingshot that resulted from that couple of frantic days.
     

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  2. Thundor

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    sweet
     
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  3. honorary pie

    honorary pie Veteran Member

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    . you look like you could use some help with all those! first two are absolute knockouts! great work!
     
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  4. Bone

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    Kicked butt for 2 days work. Nice looking slingshots!
     
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  5. ElonJL

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    Sweet!
     
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  6. Fidencio León Burgos

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    The second I liked it as much as it was already in my collection and I even want to replicate it in aluminum. The first one does not have a name yet if I wanted to make a deal, it would be an honor for you to have it ....
     
  7. Bugsbrew

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    You do fine work Amigo! All of them are fantastic looking shooters.
     
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  8. twang

    twang Well-Known Member

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    nice wood ,
     
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  9. Fidencio León Burgos

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    Thank you Bugsbrew, I appreciate your kind comment. I really enjoy doing each and every one of them. I had a long time without having the pleasure of building so many pieces at the same time.
     
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    Great job. Beautiful work
     
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  11. Fidencio León Burgos

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    Thanks Bone. A great compliment coming from such a good designer and builder of slingshots
     
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  12. Fidencio León Burgos

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    Thank you very much sir, always so kind
     
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  13. Mr Muz

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    Lovely work. They look great.
     
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  14. ryan paul

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    each one of those is ideal.
     
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  15. Jim S.

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    Very nice collection of frames, I bet your hands are sore !! About 1/2 way down your pictures is a almost black fork, what kind of wood is that ?
     
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  16. Bone

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    Thank you brother but we all learn from each other and you have lots to contribute to the future of this sport...keep it coming!
     
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  17. Fidencio León Burgos

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    Acacia lebbeck is the name of the tree species from which I got the fork
     
  18. Fidencio León Burgos

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    Thank you. I really appreciate your comment. Were a couple of days very entertaining and I am very comfortable with the result
     
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  19. BarkyBow

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    Absolutely gorgeous! !!!!
    Superb work and it shows that you did it with a lot of love.
    Excellent excellent excellent every one of them;):tu:
     
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  20. gabeb

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    The Acacia Lebbeck fork is amazing!!!!! Great work and I know the feeling yet never that many in two days maybe in a week. Keep making sick cattys.
     
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