I built this PFS because I was driven to madness by @Stankard757 who keeps posting photos of a split-frame OPFS he shoots frequently. Madness? Well, I already have too many slingshots, and especially PFS versions. And besides, there are several PFS designs that fit my hand better than the OPFS. How crazy is that? But, every time Stankard757 posted a photo of his OPFS, I told myself I need to build that. It looks like a perfect combination of design and material. The split frame technique results in the oak grain shooting up in perfect alignment with the fork angles of the slingshot. And I like building split frames. And this build would only butt in front of about 10 other builds I want to start. So...here it is. I used a reclaimed landscaping stake for the material. Cut out the shape with a pull saw and coping saw. Electric drill for the pinky hole. Rasp and sandpaper, then one wipe-on coat of BLO and two wipe on coats of Tru-Oil. Banded her up with #64 office bands for .177 steel and 6mm airsoft pellets. Shoots fine! Thanks for looking!