A snake skin bow support can be a lovely addition to any standard bow. In this video Clay Hayes demonstrates how to back a sinew backed osage recurve bow. This technique will work for any selfbow, wood bow, longbow or recurve. If you’re bow searching with a sinew backed bow, the skins can assist safeguard the support and include some good camouflage too.
The procedure begins by dehydrating the snake skins so they will lay flat and comply with the bow’s back. After a trial run to ensure they are going to fit, titebond 3 is utilized to glue the skins in location. Covering with an old tee shirt or ace plaster will assist keep the skins in location and tight versus the bow while drying.
After the skins are dry you’ll require to cut them to fit the bow’s back. Clay utilizes a mill file and 220 grit sand paper to cut the skins. A bead of superglue around the edge will lock the edges in location and produce a good shift from the acquiesce the skins.
As soon as whatever is dry, numerous coats of tru-oil will seal whatever up and make a good surface to safeguard the bow.
These copperhead snake skins originated from Anthony Tindell. You can discover him on the Leatherwall online forum as alphamale. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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