Not the prettiest sling, but not bad for about an hours work. I just like seeing how quickly I can make something usable. Also acts as a reminder to anyone that might think they don't have the tools, or skills, to carve out a simple natty. Used a cheap HF round rasp to smooth a bump at the bottom of the forks, but could have left it. Then a few minutes with 80 grit and a once over with a fine sanding sponge. I really like using Howard Feed-N-Wax for the finish. Pics don't show it well, but it brings out the grain and the lighter wood has a nice amber color.