Over the next couple of videos Clay Hayes is returning to fundamentals. In this brand-new series Clay will be hand creating the tools he will require to develop a primitive sinew backed eastern red cedar longbow. We’ll utilize extremely fundamental, primitive tool set including a tomahawk made from a rasp (revealed here) and knife (to me made in a future video).
Charcoal is utilized to fire the create and warm the steel making it flexible. As soon as the fundamental shape is worked out, Clay submits the edge prior to bringing the cutting edge approximately cherry red and satiating it in oil to solidify the steel.
As soon as the tomahawk is completed Clay discovers a really good eastern red cedar tree and utilizes the brand-new hatchet to gather it for 2 bow staves. In future videos we’ll create the knife, draft the bow and continue to procedure. If all works out I’ll likewise make some river walking cane arrows, steel broadheads and take the weapon out for a hog hunt.
If you have an interest in blacksmith work, hand made tools, knives, bow structure, or primitive innovation, you’ll wish to follow together with this series.
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