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The crossbow is one of those inventions that changed history. Prior to its invention, an archer might train for years before developed the strength and proficiency to be ...
Fortuitously, I need not replicate this instructable. All you need are the dimensions. The overall length is 50" with a width of 2 1/2" tapering to 1/2" at ...
The Stock was whipped up in ProE, it's really just two rectangles, one 3x20 and one 5.5x14.5 offset and joined with a spline to make it "pretty". So ...
This is somewhat subjective. Disassemble the stock pieces Working on the inside face of one piece. Start by measuring back from the front of the stock 20"s and ...
At this point I used a router to clean out the lock area to a depth of 1/4". Afterward, I layed a piece of paper over the cut ...
Glue and screw the two sides of the stock together, try not to fill the lock cut out with squeeze out. At this point also attach a piece ...
The nut holds the string when the crossbow is cocked. It needs to be strong and split resistant. To this end I assembled a plywood made from red ...
You still have that piece of paper from tracing the lock cutout? Good because that defines the space that the trigger has to fit and move within. The ...
To simplify the attachment, I use a bolt through the prod into the stock and securing into a nut hidden in a cross pin.
Is pretty ghetto, it's an endless loop style string made from hemp, it's 48" long and 16 strand. And badly made, hey, it's my first.
Well, it needs to be finished, since it's plywood, I'll probably paint it, since plywood looks terrible stained. What still needs to be done. There's no safety. An ...
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