Did this one out of solid walnut and an adjustable banister bracket. The grip block is the same as the Door Crashed but the bottom trigger grip and base plate are different.
After the oiled it up, it felt like a piece of mid century furniture, my favourite design era. One of my biggest idols is Charles Eames, so I am naming thus slingshot after him.
The trigger grip was a tough piece to make, I need to cut a rabbet into some stock then cut it out, shape it and fit it. I filed the stem of the bracket a bunch to get a nicer out texture before epoxying he trigger grip on. The base plate was pretty simple, just an off cut and shaping it after screwing it onto the bracket to get it nice and flush. The metro skull is a disc of birch that I already had etched. It was a tad too big so I tapped it onto a dremel bit and sanded it down a bit. Almost didn't need glue to set it into the Fortsner bit hole.
The BEST thing about using the adjustable banister bracket is that the handle can be rotated into a slight angle for a more natural grip! it doesn't look comfortable but it is.
I'll take some nicer photos later.