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New Hammers

13 May 2017 - 01:36 PM

Freshly made this weekend.

Rosewood frames.

Hammermil #121 and #122

#121 has a birdseye maple handle.

#122 has a micarta handle.

Hope you like them.



Star Ship Launch

06 May 2017 - 04:32 PM

Hi folks,

It has been a busy week fabricating these star ship slingshots.

The folding stock is mine :)

I hope you like them.

Hammermil #118

04 April 2017 - 08:24 PM

Freshly done today.

Made of hickory and black walnut. 


No laser cuts

No rivets

Just sand paper,, rasps, and elbow grease.

Old school , but she sure does shoot nice :)




Start up the machines.

15 March 2017 - 12:13 PM

Hi folks,

After a short break from making slingshots , I am going to make a few more.

Lately a few requests for forks, has motivated me.  I have some real nice wood so why not. 

Anyone here that would like one, just PM me or send an email to  t3wheel@htva.net

Not sure how much longer I will make these anymore...........

I certainly have many models to choose from.

Check out bunnybuster.com  for some pics.



Alaskan Hunter

23 August 2016 - 01:42 PM

Hi folks,

It has been awhile since I have been making slingshots.

 I had a special request to make a hybrid between my hammermil, and my targetmaster.

So...here it is. 

I used a very hard, tight grain, wood for the frame.  It is Boca wood.

The handle is Alaskan caribou, which is at least 20 years old.

I fashioned it to be a comfortable ergo for a left hand hold.  But...this can be shot hammer style by either hand.

Attached are double, gold, theraband ,   elastics.

The pouch is of Buffalo hide, very durable.

It has a paracord lanyard, which can be adjusted to fit anyone`s shooting style.

   Like it or not...This is a great hunting fork.

If there is interest...I still have some caribou and Boca to make a couple more of these.

  http:/ www.bunnybuster.com


Thanks for looking. 

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