Make a Real Mini Crossbow !

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Intro: Make a Real Mini Crossbow !

This the most made mini crossbow ever !, it is the best tutorial for a mini crossbow !, this video shows you how to make it Step by Step.

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    XofHope

    4 years ago on Introduction

    This seams great, but what kind of metal did you use and how thick is it?

    Hey do you mind if i use you main image as well, I'm making an instructable

    on this too and i don't have a main image to put on yet, because me crossbow isn't finished, do you mind if i use yours until i have one?

    i found this on youtube a few days ago. I really liked it (and your other crossbows too) and decided to make one. this is the best mini crossbow tutorial i have ever seen. It has a great firing mechanism, way beter than a clothespen. It has an actual limb/bow and not just a rubberband, as i saw in the other videos it has a metal string. It is very cool, but some of the measurements were a little confusing. I decided it doesn't have to be exactly like yours, just close. I do not have any metal to make the firing mechanism, so I am using wood, but i am not quite sure what size the firing mech. should be, I guess I will just eyebay it and make a few different sizes if i have to. I am in the process of making mine right now :)

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    RossTheGreat

    5 years ago

    Not just the supplies, and those could be more specific. Good vid though

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    RossTheGreat

    5 years ago

    Cool stuff man. But you need to list the actual tools needed.