Introduction: How to Make a Crossbow

Picture of How to Make a Crossbow

You thought about how to make a crossbow?

Here you have plans, how to do this!

You need:

-Front car suspension and some metal.
-Wood
-Thin lines
-Drill 
-Powerdriver 
-Chisel
-Hammer, saw  and anvil 
-Drill bits, bolts, ect. 


Step 1: Crossbow Base and Bow

Picture of Crossbow Base and Bow

1. To crossbow base (min. 5x3x60) tighten arms of the arc, these which previously you equalized.

2. Make stirrup crossbow .

3. Weave thin lines (5 pieces) at one and assing on end arms of the arc.

Step 2: Trigger

Picture of Trigger

Groove bearing for crossbow bolt to approx. 3/5 crossbow base.

At the end of that do the same in the drawing.

Step 3: Trigger Continued

Picture of Trigger Continued

With strong metal plate make trigger lock.

For trigger button will be used bolt asd woodden hoist.

Remember about small wodden blockade in down of the trigger.

Comments

seamster (author)2015-07-14

Nicely done. Thanks for sharing this!

Jacomo4 (author)seamster2015-07-15

Thank you!

phoe (author)2015-07-19

Sorry, but I don't really understand your instructions at all :-(

What are the arms made out of ?

Why does it look like the handle of a garden tool at the front / what is it ?

Weave thin lines - do you mean to "string" the bow somehow ? How ?

Jacomo4 (author)phoe2015-07-20

Use ''Front car resor'' for arms.

It's stirrup crossbow- easier spoof bowstring.

Weave some(7) strong fishing line(best), attach this to the holes at the end of the arms.

phoe (author)Jacomo42015-07-20

What does front car resor mean, is it part of a car's suspension system / spring ?

Do you have any pictures of the constriction phase itself ? It might make more sense if things are known by different names in different countries.

Jacomo4 (author)phoe2015-07-20

Anyway I make that crossbow soon

Jacomo4 (author)phoe2015-07-20

On junkyard should have it.

Just search front car suspension from small cars.

About This Instructable

1,349views

12favorites

License:

Add instructable to: