We used to "rob" the tongue from a worn-out shoe to make the pouch for our
beanshooter... but if you'd rather not do that... it's not too difficult to
find scrap leather being thrown away by local businesses.|
The leather should be fairly thin... yet strong (not torn easily).
Once you have secured a piece of leather... cut out a rectangle measuring 2" x 5" ( 6cm x 15cm).
Now cut a 1/4" (8mm) hole near each end. This hole should be within 1/2" (15mm) of the end. This is where you will later fasten the rubber strip.
Finally... take your scissors and round-off the corners of the rectangular pouch.
Securing a Fork
Preparing the Beanshooter Rubber
Making the Pouch
Assembling the Beanshooter