In part 3 of our woodworking concepts series, how to develop a primitive bow from a maple board, we get rid of the bow from the kind and cut the rawhide to fit the bow’s back. Then we continue with the tillering procedure to get the primtive bow’s limbs to flex uniformly and efficiently at our preferred draw weight.
When we have actually got the limbs flexing uniformly and the bow drawing to out draw length, we’ll shoot the bow through a chronograph to see how quick it shoots.
We discus the tillering procedure in information, along with lots of other elements of developing a primitive wood bow.
This kind of board bow is inexpensive and simple to make with fundamental woodworking tools. All you require is a hand aircraft, rasp, and a couple of other fundamental woodworking tools.
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