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. 


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Step 1: 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

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

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.

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    phoe

    4 years ago on Introduction

    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 ?

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    Jacomo4phoe

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    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.

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    phoeJacomo4

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    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.

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    Jacomo4phoe

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    On junkyard should have it.

    Just search front car suspension from small cars.

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