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New slingshot pouch design and clothes pin trigger - Boynto

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New slingshot pouch design and clothes pin trigger - Boynto

Unread postAuthor: boyntonstu » Tue Sep 28, 2010 12:26 pm

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New slingshot pouch design and clothes pin trigger - Boynton-Butterfly

The pouch and the nylon cord weigh a total of 34 grains (2.2 g).

I used a pointy soldering iron to make the tiny holes in the leather.

The "Close pin" is an evolution of trying to strengthen my grip on the pouch.

I was deigning for just an assist that would help my fingers grasp the pouch.

I can get it that way with weaker rubber bands.

Just hold it until ready to shoot and release pressure.

I can do it either way.

Incidentally, I do not hold the trigger against the stretched rubber force.

The ledge below the trigger rests on the friction slider part of the Boynton-Butterfly. I do not need to hold it.
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Unread postAuthor: Demon » Tue Sep 28, 2010 12:51 pm

This is really great I like it.

It looks very easy to use.

I hope you continue building such awesome stuff.

Anyway, i dont really like slingshots.

But I really do like to put spaces between my lines.

We have a point in common.

So amazing.

I have no questions.
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