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honorary pie

Member Since 11 Feb 2015
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 05:15 PM
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In Topic: Pepper tree fork?

27 March 2017 - 08:52 PM

i think about this size,,,maybe with a butt cap or rounded bottom foe comfort..Attached File  tmp_3215-IMG_20170327_224849-1104416028.jpg   107.83KB   15 downloads

In Topic: Pepper tree fork?

27 March 2017 - 08:44 PM

I'm thinkin' you should carve a hathcock target sniper...hahahaha, you're really puttin' Brucered's sarcasm button to the test here dude... well,, trees don't smell like their fruit,, like, ever (very few-evergreens). so "smells like pepper" is not gonna be a good indicator.. I think that fork is kinda self explanatory dude, but I'll help you out. that's gonna be an OTT, slanted fork slingshot. if you want to make it pretty, sand it from 60-300 grit or higher and finish it with oil. and maybe we can Identify the tree by the grain, color and figuring. some band grooves and some bands and you're good otherwise. keep the fork short (3"or less) or hold it high to reduce wrist strain..

In Topic: Give away

25 March 2017 - 09:20 PM

gesundheit everyone.. ! Get better soon.

In Topic: Scorpion & Beer can

25 March 2017 - 06:16 AM

nice! I like me a good can smashery.. think I'm gonna go smack me some today.. your FF▶▶ makes me dizzy though..

In Topic: How to stop OTT handslap.

23 March 2017 - 05:33 PM

sorry Ratslucker, it's evident there is a bit of an age/experience gap here, my best advice is not to assert anything, do not make positive assumptions and everybody will be cool... it's great to share info and I appreciate it, yeah, twisting the pocub does help, and with a few of my own tricks, yep, I can shoot BBs with 1" of solid gold.. BUT, this is not imperial, and I've learned that there are more variables than can apply to everyone. the biggest being how your bands rest on top of the fork and how thick the fork is,, making sure your bands go cleanly over the fork without touching is ideal, and twisting is one way to help achieve it.. even though you're on your way, there's still much to be learned and shot.
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