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Step 6: Further Developments

When I get around to adding the whisker biscuit, I will update this instructable with the how to.

So, stay tuned, and thanks for reading!
<p>Why does it have to be a T shaped plate? Couldn't it just be a strait shaped plate?</p>
As stated in the instructions, I used a T plate to accommodate a whisker biscuit if I decided to do that down the road. I didn't end up doing that. A straight player would work fine.
I have a heat cured/cooked muscadine vine for the handle that is virtually indestructible to build for grandkids. I wouldn't change anything else. Great job!
<p>Its helpful :)<br></p>
<p>Its incredibly good :)</p>
<p>Informative...</p>
<p>Excellent</p>
<p>Incredible</p>
<p>Nice! Do you have a list of the cost on parts?</p>
<p>Thats wonderful..</p>
<p>Nice! Do you have a list of the cost on parts?</p>
No, as the cost could be different in different places, and could increase over time.
<p>Nice! Do you have a list of the cost on parts?</p>
What size of t-plates did you use?
They were standard decking t plates. roughly 5x5 if I remember correctly.
Sweet thank you
<p>Did you consider using cable ties?</p>
<p>I didn't at the time, but they would probably work well.</p>
Nice! Do you have a list of the cost on parts?
I didn't put a price list on as I was writing this because prices both change over time and differ depending on where you are in the world.
<p>I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..</p>
<p>Thats wonderful...</p>
<p>good</p>
<p>good</p>
<p>good</p>
<p>great</p>
<p>great</p>
<p>I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..</p>
<p>I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..</p>
<p>GREAT</p>
<p>I have built several of these and they are killers. Please be very careful. Great it as you would a loaded handgun. Frankly there is not to much difference. Always wear eye protection. All of that being said it is a lot of fun. Www WwwQ</p>
<p>super</p>
<p>great</p>
<p>I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..</p>
<p>GOOD</p>
I have built several of these and they are killers. Please be very careful. Great it as you would a loaded handgun. Frankly there is not to much difference. Always wear eye protection. All of that being said it is a lot of fun. Www WwwQ
I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..
amaizing
great
I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..
It's unbelievable that anyone would use wire to hold bands on. First of all, it WILL eventually cut the bands and they will break. Secondly, when they do break, there's a good chance that wire will come back and strike you in the face and/or eyes. Anyone with even the most basic knowledge of slingshots knows that you never ever use wire. Rubber bands work perfectly and work better than anything else. A constrictor knot doesn't even apply to slingshots even though it's the easiest knot in the world to tie with numerous pictures of it available. &quot;Over the top&quot; is the method used to tie bands or tubing. Even commercially made slingshots that use tubing don't use a constrictor knot. They simply cut a small hole in the tubing and run the other end back through that hole for a clean look.
I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..
I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..
nice
nice
excellent
I have built several of these and they are killers. Please be very careful.
I see how the author replied, which is reasonable given his hobby of arrowshooting..
beautiful..
I have built several of these and they are killers. Please be very careful.

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