Recently while cleaning the shop (my wife strongly encouraged I do so) I was contemplating what to do with all of the bits of wood I have been saving from other projects that were too small to make a slingshot but too large to toss or burn. After running them through the planer, I glued them all up into a slab and began cutting and re-gluing.
There were a tremendous variety of woods composed of bamboo, buginga, rosewood(both Honduran and Bolivian), kingwood, cocobolo, sycamore, maple, purpleheart, walnut(black and new guinea), shedua, antique heart pine, reclaimed american chestnut, dogwood, cherry and probably a few more.
Having not made a Scout slingshot in hardwoods, I decided to make a go at that design. The core of the slingshot is made from 3mm carbon fiber and it is finished with Liberon finishing oil. This one was a fun build!