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Discussion in 'The PFS' started by Sanch, Mar 11, 2016.

  1. richnewm

    richnewm Veteran Member

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    The Imp a great PFS , they've just released another colour by the way

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  2. Palmettoflyer

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    Great! o_O That Camo green looks awesome, I may need another order from Wasp sometime soon.
     
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    Palmettoflyer Veteran Member

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    LOL, I see there is a G10 Wasp IMP too. I may need to find a second job to support my hobby!
     
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  4. richnewm

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    Yep waiting for payday and then I'm pressing go on the olive polymer and black g10

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  5. KawKan

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    Test shooting work in progress! Cut this Lizard from oak flooring. Currently banded for 5/16 - 8mm. Loving it![​IMG]


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  6. Palmettoflyer

    Palmettoflyer Veteran Member

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    That is awesome Ray! Been wanting to fire up a Lizard build myself. Just need more time! Is that regular size lizard, or did you change it any?
     
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  7. KawKan

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    It is sized to the template.
    But it used up all the width of the wood. The forks are thin partially because I like that, and partially because the cross section that was wide enough was also thin! But it did leave some wood for a thickened handle section!
     
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  8. SLING-N-SHOT

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    Looks great Ray


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  9. KawKan

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    Banded this one up for the first time today.
    It works!
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  10. Alex v

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    Today’s can thrashing was brought to you by
    Tack 12 opfs courtesy of william wallace
    Designed by Dgui adapted by richnewm
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    And today number is 9.5mm
    Short draw instinctive


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  11. Alex v

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    Conus flex today [​IMG]
    Had a lot of fun with this frame. I wasn’t sure how the flex would affect shooting but I seemed to shoot better if anything something fell into place . I carried on shooting until the bands snapped pouch end but it was a 20/10 taper so I wasn’t surprised. Re banded with 20/15 and done it the Arturo preturned way see how that works.
    Cheers everyone


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  12. 9lives77

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    A few natural Ash one Maple, two Oak. Going thru my old photos from three years ago. PFS bug hit me right away, still my favorite.[​IMG]

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  13. Peter Recuas

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    PFS.jpg
    8mm steel 0.50mm Vs 0.35mm bands
     
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  14. 9lives77

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    I am diggin' the Arturo method when I shoot flats. Definitely innovative.
    My favorite is still the Dgui method because I like the durability of tubes.

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  15. Palmettoflyer

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    New HDPE PFS Mule got a workout today! No can is safe from this frame.

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  16. Arturo Borquez

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    yesterday started with La Tortuga "Turtle", middle finger "groove" 3 finger lazy grip
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  17. Palmettoflyer

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    That is a very sweet looking Tortuga! However, I think you need a new target. Not much left of that Chile Coca-Cola Can!
     
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    Haven't seen the sun or blue sky for a few days now .Bloody fog so i brightened the dog walk up with some static instinctive and aeirial shots with this @richnewm Opfs [​IMG]

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  19. StringSlap

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    Conus the Barbarian! The quarter inch killer! Awesome combo with .45 and 1/4 steel.

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  20. Clint

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    That’s some old wood kicking ass “ kinda like us “
    Found that dead tree next to an old Homestead 1800s in Ocotillo Wells Metal detecting the log look like it’s been dead for 100 years only took home I think three large branches to make knife handles
    Who knew can killer !!!! The barbarian :) glad it’s working not just sitting around give it a chance it’ll feed u :)
    Nice pic
     
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