Hello Slingshotforum friends!!
Before I leave on vacations, I just took the opportunity to make another natural slingshot. This one was made out of a very old oak cork branch that was lying on the ground in a forest near Sintra (Portugal) and that I was fortunate to find. Quercus suber branches good for slingshots are not easy to spot, since the bark (cork) has too much volume and the appearances might be deceitful. But I think this one turned out to be a good, accurate slingshot. The unusual darker color was the result of a linseed oil soak. Finished with some shellac and equipped with nasty 2cm wide TB Gold.
Thanks for watching and enjoy