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Discussion in 'Homemade Slingshots' started by Smitty, Feb 28, 2021.

By Smitty on Feb 28, 2021 at 3:27 PM
  1. Smitty

    Smitty Active Member

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    Just a fast dirty Sunday morning build tiny ninja by Peter Recuas . Made from oven roasted mahogany with bamboo core thanks for looking ;-)
     

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Discussion in 'Homemade Slingshots' started by Smitty, Feb 28, 2021.

    1. Cruiser

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      Very nice looking.
       
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    2. Smitty

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      Has a neat look to it doesn’t it . Feels really good in hand can’t Waite try it
       
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    3. thehappyhippy

      thehappyhippy Veteran Member Staff Member Moderator Supporting Member Admin

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      That ternd out nice I love useing different wood for cores !
       
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    4. SLING-N-SHOT

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      That turned out great [emoji106]


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    5. Smitty

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      thanks M8 ;-) the mahogany only about 10mm but it’s from skid boards so there all twisted up by time u put into planner I got them to 5 mm . So have use the bamboo core but looks really good eh
       
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      Thanks Darrell it’s a perfect frame holds awesome
       
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    7. Stankard757

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      Sweet little shooter man. First board cut I ever tried out of a Skim Board

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    8. Smitty

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      It’s really cool frame at first when I was looking at it I thought be to small but strangely enough it fits like a glove . Thanks Mike ;-)
       
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      Jason, that is really sweet! Love the darker wood color. I have one made from an Olive wood cutting board that is an amazing shooter too! :smug:
       
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      Ya some the mahogany I have is a little boring but a short stay in the oven at 400 makes it look pretty good . U need knock one of these bad boys out u will not regret it . The snap jaw turtle is really sweet to
       
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