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This bow can be made in under 10 minutes for under $10 but can lead to hours of fun. David Hughes taught me this so all credit goes ...
4-5 ft. 1/2 in. pvc 100 lb. parachute cord 1/2 in. pipe insulation Two 1/2 in. pvc end caps duct tape
Hack Saw Knife Lighter (for cutting frayed ends of para cord to keep them from fraying)
Cut a 1/2 in notch in one end of the pvc
Knot one end of the parachute cord (burn the end if it is frayed)
Place the knotted end of the cord into the notch you just cut
Stretch the cord to the other end of the pvc to make a straight line. This is so your notches will line up.
Cut a 1/2 in. notch at the other end of the pvc
Place the end of the pvc which has the knotted parachute cord in it on the ground, using the side of your foot to hold it steady. Press ...
Use your hand to measure a length of pipe insulation and cut it for the grip with a knife.
Balance the pvc on the end of your index finger to find the middle. You can also use a tape measure if it is easier.
Slide the insulation onto the open end of the pipe. The top of the insulation should be right at the center of the pipe with the grip being ...
Tape the insulation (grip) with duct tape. Start at the end where the arrow will rest but leave the very top surface exposed so the arrow has a ...
Knot the other end of the cord, bend the bow, and insert the cord into the notch.
Shove the end caps onto both ends of the pvc to secure the parachute cord. I suggest placing the cap on and then put the tip on the ...
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