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I do a bit with the catty,bog standard milbro/black square.

 

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A homemade chesnut fork with round laccy.

 

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i no them pic?

how do :thumbs:

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niceee bush-wacker :) you should get on this forum www.slingshotforum.com its blindingggg :) :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATB

 

Ross

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niceee bush-wacker :) you should get on this forum www.slingshotforum.com its blindingggg :) :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATB

 

Ross

 

im on it mate, its full of paper punchers but the is some sound people there tho :thumbs:

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im on it mate, its full of paper punchers but the is some sound people there tho :thumbs:

 

yeh theres a few on there lol

 

 

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niceee bush-wacker :) you should get on this forum www.slingshotforum.com its blindingggg :) :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATB

 

Ross

 

im on it mate, its full of paper punchers but the is some sound people there tho :thumbs:

 

 

Im on it to, but i prefer the sound of a tin when practicing for the fury and feathered stuff!! :thumbs:

 

John-boy

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whats the best caty to buy i had a go wi one of those diablos and a black widow at a game fair (any good)

they are way to bulky mate ,what you need is a hunter catapult,fits in the pocket easy and discreetly, shoots at 18ftlb energy,that's 210feet per second,i have killed even big game with one,but mostly smaller stuff.

 

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That last picture is feckin brilliant :laugh: :laugh:

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[bANNED TEXT] the threa bands like on the milbros an how do the fit on

 

Simple, just place the theraband over the fork tips and bind with small strips of theraband or other elastic. The tips of a milbro are nicely rounded so abrasion isn't a problem!

 

Here is a video of joerg sprave using a lucky 7 with squares and flatbands, look closely at the way he has rigged his up!!

 

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