In this primitive bow structure video Clay Hayes demonstrates how to back a selfbow with synthetic snake skin. These synthetic skins are readily available from 3RiversArchery. com and are a lot more inexpensive than genuine snake skins. This video will reveal you step by action how to install them.
For this job you’ll require the skins, some water resistant wood glue such as TiteBond3, and some thing to seal the bow once it’s ended up. Here we’ll utilize TruOil. For this bow we’ll be setting up the skins completely to the bow. Additionally, you might utilize contact cement which would permit you to get rid of the skins later on if you desired. There are numerous other videos online demonstrating how to set up these onto laminated recurve bows and longbows utilizing contact cement.
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