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This is a documentary movie uncovering making of a traditional English longbow from log to a shooting weapon. Bowyer - Maris Zvers Camera & Edit - Jacob, carpenter. Slow Motion Camera - Dainis Klava (Vides Filmu Studija) Music - Alan Gogoll Email for ordering traditional longbows: guild🤍northmen.com. 🤍 🤍 🤍
Last month I went on a haul for bow-wood. This one’s the first from the batch. It’s Ash and the finish is shellac over leather dye. I hope this build shows that you don’t need pristine straight wood to make an accurate target bow, and you don’t need a high draw weight for enjoyable shooting. If anything, lighter bows are the most fun since they wont tire you out so fast. This bow only draws 22# at 28”. I think that even if you can shoot a heavy warbow, you should still practice making and shooting light ones. If you make bows from trees, you need to compromise. Forcing a design on the wood is asking for failure. This isn’t a full on how-to but I’ll still walk you through the basic steps. I lost the chopping footage for this particular ash tree, so I showed a variety of footage from the rest of the haul. I definitely found some neat staves, and many of them will definitely show up in future videos. After choosing a sapling you’ll have to decide how to lay out the bow. With most species, the wood right under the bark is the best choice for the bow’s back. It’s always better to spend a little longer looking for the right wood, rather than much more time fixing problems. But stubborn bow makers do enjoy a challenge. With larger trees it’s worth it to split the tree and make multiple bows, but with smaller saplings or those that won’t split well, its best to carve the bow directly, without splitting the wood. Once some dimensions are laid out with a pencil, the rough-out stage can begin. I like to use an axe or a drawknife, but bandsaws and chisels are also popular choices. For finer work, rasps and files are very useful. A good scraping tool is a necessity. I like a cabinet scraper, which is just a rectangle of carbon steel, sharpened by rolling a burr with a metal rod. I also keep a dull screwdriver handy, for splitting out knots without cutting the wood fibers. After the rough out I dried the bow for about a month as I worked on other projects. Throughout the build I also I heat treated the bow off camera. Most do this with a heat gun. I think the best method is slowly with coals. But making fires all day really aggravates my bark allergies so to avoid dealing with all that firewood I use a silicone heated panel bending strip. These are usually sold as guitar-or violin making equipment. After heating, I left the bow clamped to a form to give it reflex. I also steamed the entire bow early on to do some straightening, as well as the handle, to fix tip alignment. Next up is floor tillering, where each limb is forced against the ground to reveal the stiff parts, which are then worked down. Once the tips start moving more than a few inches I’ll begin checking the tiller by pulling the bow with a long string. The stave isnt a bow yet, and it wont be until its braced with a tight string. After several rounds of floor and long string tillering, it’s time to brace the bow with a shorter string. At this point my main tool is a cabinet scraper. Occasionally I’ll use a gooseneck scraper too. Altogether, about half the time spent making a bow goes into tillering, despite that the total amount of wood removed is only a small fraction. The central idea in tillering is to never pull harder than the intended draw weight. As you remove more wood from the stiff bending areas, the bow will pull farther each time. When the bow pulls to your full draw length at the target draw weight, it’s time to start shooting in the bow. If you’re happy with the performance and the bow is stable, you can finish the bow if you’d like. Keep in mind, if you ever need to make adjustments, the finish will get in the way. Ultimately simple finishes are the most practical. If you have any questions, or for help with your own build, find me in the comments or any of the major bow-making forums. If you’re on reddit I run an AMA series at r/Bowyer with my favorite bowyers. What kinda bows would you like to see me make? And what from? No matter what tools and wood you have, chances are there’s a bow design that can work for you. If you have any physical limitations, there might be a workaround. Chances are someone else has made a bow in similar circumstances. Let me know and I can help get you started. Go make a bow! -Dan HOEDOWN and MARATHON MAN by Jason Shaw are licensed under a Attribution 3.0 United States License. 🤍 🤍
In the video you will find 8 wood species suitable for bow making and a few pros and cons of using them. These are based on my experience. If you don't have access to any of these woods don't worry - there are many, many more that can make great bows. What's your favorite bow wood? ➤Dreamcraft Bows official store and website: 🤍 ❗❗❗Working on bows always remember about the proper use of tools and your safety - wear precautions like googles and gloves❗❗❗ Thanks for watching guys! All the best!
For this week's survival skills video I'm going back to my roots! I'll show you how to build a primitive bow and arrows from a living tree in just 24 hours! For this survival bow I'm using serviceberry and force drying it over a fire to dry the wood enough to make a good selfbow. As the bow dries, I lower it down near the coals to fire harden the bow's belly. Some tree species will develop drying cracks if force dried but serviceberry handles it very well. The primitive arrows are made from ocean spray and force dried over the fire in the same way. I used stinging nettle to bushcraft a natural cordage bow string but didn't make it quite stout enough. It broke four times before I moved on to making a string of elk sinew. A sinew bow string is much stronger for the diameter. I'll have to give the nettle another try in the near future. The arrows were fletched with turkey feathers. I only used only natural materials and a hatchet and knife for the entire build. Gear Links: Hatchet: 🤍 Knife: 🤍northmountainknives.com Don't forget to subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video each week that features one of the following topics: archery, bow hunting, bow making, survival skills, bushcraft, self reliance, primitive skills, primitive bows, hunting, camping, fishing, and a lot more! Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! Backpacks - 🤍 Archery Gear - 🤍 Tents & Tarps - 🤍 Binoculars - 🤍 Broadheads - 🤍 Arrow Shafts - 🤍 Clothing - 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 #primitivetechnology #survival #primitiveskills
Sharing my thoughts about bow woods and presenting my top 7. It's second version of the video, I had to reconsider my choices and I had to place both osage and yew on the top. Anyway all of them can make great bows. Your list might be completely different depending on place where you live and species you can get there. What are your favorite bow woods? ➤Dreamcraft Bows official store and website: 🤍 ➤How to recurve a bow? 🤍 ➤High performance bow making: 🤍 ❗❗❗Working on bows always remember about the proper use of tools and your safety - wear precautions like googles and gloves❗❗❗ Thanks for watching!
Do you struggle with making a bow? Do you get overwhelmed when trying? Watch this video and learn how to make a simple bow or a more advanced bow that anyone can learn how to do. You can watch the other bow video I talked about in this video here: 🤍 If you want to just watch my Pro Bow the Hand tutorial in that video you can skip to the 12:00 minute mark of the video. *I do share affiliate links here, I receive a small commission if you decide to purchase but you do not pay anything extra, affiliate links do help support this channel and my ability to bring content to you. ✅To purchase a Pro Bow The Hand: 🤍 ✅To purchase any of the tools or products, including Pro Bow The Hand, I get from Amazon, just click on my Amazon Affiliate Shop here: 🤍 ✅I like to shop for my mesh and ribbon here: The Wreath Shop: 🤍?afmc=1s ✅Trendy Tree: 🤍 ✅Shop at Dollar Tree: 🤍 Come Say Hi ➡️🤍 ➡️➡️🤍 ➡️🤍 ➡️You can join my crafting group on Facebook - Wreath Creators and More: 🤍 For all business inquiries only: julieswreathboutique🤍gmail.com Visit 🤍 to purchase wreaths, tutorials and read my latest blogs ➡️Purchase any of my premium wreath tutorials here: 🤍 Premium Tutorials For Sale: Christmas Tree Tutorial: 🤍 Apple Blossom an Marigold Tutorial: 🤍 The Flower Trio Tutorial: 🤍 Gerber Daisy and Dahlia Tutorials: 🤍 The Flower Collection Tutorial: 🤍 Julie’s Ultimate Tutorial Package: 🤍 Supplies: I used mostly 2.5" wired ribbon, you will want to have at lease 3 yards of each color. I also used 1.5" wired ribbon 22 Gauge wire Pipe Cleaners
The Comanche and Lakota bows of the Midwest were some of the most efficient in North America to hunt with. In this video Primitive Lifeways shows you how to layout a plains style bow using simplistic measurements. Don't forget to like, share, subscribe and click the notification bell on this channel. Visit my website here: 🤍 Visit my store here: 🤍 Read my blog on sacrifice in Native America 🤍 Send me an email: Jeff🤍PrimitiveLifeways.com Follow us on Facebook: 🤍
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Learn to use wire-edged ribbon to tie a gorgeous Christmas bow in any size or shape you like! This is the EASIEST and most complete tutorial you will find. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE for more craft and decor videos! :) Here is an affiliate link to the double sided wire-edged ribbon I used in my video: 🤍 Check out my blog here: 🤍 #ChristmasBow #Bows
Building a recurved selfbow with the use of hand tools. It's another version of the video I uploaded a few weeks ago. It's slightly edited and without music. I used sweet cherry wood for this project. The bow is drawing 45lb at 26". For tips overlays and arrow shelf I used cow horn. Excellent shooter and hard hitter! Visit my store here: 🤍 ❗❗❗Working on bows always remember about the proper use of tools and your safety - wear precautions like googles and gloves❗❗❗ Thanks for watching!
Making a hunting-weight recurve bow. Bowmaking was passed down to me by my father and uncle. Many of the tools I used in this video are hand-me-downs. Some tools I sought out and purchased. My knowledge has been accumulated from my family, community elders, friends, archery books, museum research and online forums. Today, there aren’t many Native bowyers alive that pass on these teachings. I want to keep what I learn alive for my future generations by sharing it. + + This bow (65in) is longer than our traditional chest-draw bows which were on average 50-55 inches. This is to account for my height and contemporary corner-of-the-mouth draw style. While I used osage orange, a beautiful bow wood, our traditional preference was oak because it was very accessible. This video and my craft is not intended to depict the most traditional or ancient method, but rather to showcase the way I do things today as a living Native crafter. So much of modern bowmaking is an amalgamation of styles, tools and methods from different cultures and I appreciate every one of them. Some days, I craft using no metal tools, and other days I make things using power tools. + + The handle design I used in this video is JD Jones’ (of pinnacleselfbows) signature handle wrap style. He does a much better job than I did, so go check him out if you’re interested in the design. + + #nativeamerican #archery #bowandarrow #selfbow #stickbow #bodark #osageorangebow #recurvebow
Hi guys! Today just for fun video showing highlights from many projects and different stages of work. Love my profession! ❗❗❗Working on bows always remember about the proper use of tools and your safety - wear precautions like googles and gloves❗❗❗ All the best!
How to Make a Bow with Wired Ribbon (5 Easy Ways) Learning how to make a bow with wired ribbon is so easy - especially if you know a few bow making tips to make them beautiful every time! These five easy bow making ideas will help you make bows for wreaths, or make bows for gifts or even make bows for your Christmas tree! How to make a bow for wreaths or how to make a bow for crafts is one of the most popular questions I get - so today's video is all my secrets on how to make beautiful bows. Of course, you can always make dollar store bows with wired ribbon and this bow tutorial. If you want to learn how to make a bow out of burlap ribbon for wreaths, or a wreath tutorial, this bow can always be used with burlap ribbon for wreath making, diy crafts, or diy projects. Find me on Facebook at Facebook.com/craftingattheshabbycreekcottage Join my free group: theshabbycreekcottage.com/community Hang out with me on Instagram: instagram.com/theshabbycreekcottage
Making recurved wooden selfbow from scratch. In the video you can see complete process. I really like Red Oak recurve bows. They are true shooters. This one draws 40-45lbs at 28". ➤Dreamcraft Bows official store and website: 🤍 ➤🤍 ➤🤍 ❗❗❗Working on bows always remember about the proper use of tools and your safety - wear precautions like googles and gloves❗❗❗ Thanks for being here guys! All the best!
A couple of years ago i cut down a super straight elm tree that i wanted to make into a bow. And now i finally I was able to make my first working bow, it turned out very good, and I am very pleased with it! It is an elm flat bow and it has a draw weight of 75-80 pounds, at 31 inches. The bowstring is made of Dacron b-50. I hope you will enjoy the video, subscribe and leave a comment if you do! If you are interested in buying anything i have made, or something similar, you can contact me via email: zaki.workshop🤍gmail.com All of my videos are copyrighted and my property. They cannot be used, redistributed or published without my permission.
A few tips for aspiring bowyers based on my humble experience. ➤Dreamcraft Bows official store and website: 🤍 ❗❗❗Working on bows always remember about the proper use of tools and your safety - wear precautions like googles and gloves❗❗❗ Thanks for being here guys! All the best!
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In this self bow making video I'm going over ALL the bow building tools I typically use to make wood bows, including self bows, bamboo backed bows, or bow's backed with sinew or rawhide. I discuss my draw knife, bow building rasps, clamps, saws, recurve forms, card scrapers, heat gun, moisture meter, drawing compass, calipers, and a few other things. You'll also see examples of how I use those tools to build high performance self bows. For making board bows, the only tool I'd add is a small hand plane which isn't covered here. Everything in my bow building kit are hand tools aside from the heat gun which I use for bending bow staves into alignment and bending the bow tips into recurve and reflex. Tools Alvin 508 Universal 6" Bow Compass - 🤍 PORTER-CABLE Heat Gun - 🤍 Heller Black Master RASP - 🤍 Nicholson #49 Rasp - 🤍 Crown Card Scraper Set - 🤍 DEWALT Bar Clamp - 🤍 SUIZAN Japanese Pull Saw - 🤍 Stainless Steel Caliper - 🤍 Carbide Grit Rod Saw (Blade Only) - 🤍 Don't forget to subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video each week that features one of the following topics: archery, bow hunting, bow making, survival skills, bushcraft, self reliance, primitive skills, primitive bows, hunting, camping, fishing, and a lot more! Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! Backpacks - 🤍 Archery Gear - 🤍 Tents & Tarps - 🤍 Binoculars - 🤍 Broadheads - 🤍 Arrow Shafts - 🤍 Clothing - 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍
The Hupa bow of Northern California was one of the most complex in North America to make. In this video Primitive Lifeways shows you how to layout a Hupa style bow using simplistic measurements. Dont forget to like, share, subscribe and click the notification bell on this channel. Visit my website here: 🤍 Visit my store here: 🤍 Read my blog on sacrifice in Native America 🤍
How to find Wood for Archery Bows. I Fell an Ash Tree Sapling. Teach Yourself Bow Making. Part 3 At the request of viewers, a guide for beginner’s who want to make a wooden bow and arrow and start their journey to becoming a bowyer. In this series of videos I explain and show how I began bow making - right from choosing my first tools through to finishing a bow. Join me as I work through all the stages of bow making in the hope of helping you to teach yourself the art and craft of the bowyer. And at the end of the series I will bring all these tools, techniques and tips together and bring you with me as I make a bow of a style and type that I have never made before in the hope of showing you what it’s like to build a bow from scratch including all the ups and downs faced by by beginners and experienced alike. 🤍 SEVEN BOW MAKING TOOLS FIVE AIDS TO BOW MAKING FINDING BOW WOOD MARKING & SHAPING THE BOW THE MYSTERY OF TILLERING WHEN IT ALL GOES WRONG FINISHING YOUR FIRST BOW MAKING A BOW STRING AND ARROW USA Merch 🤍 UK Merch 🤍 I'm Mick Grewcock, retired from business and now self-learning the arts of longbow- and film-making. Join me in my light-hearted quest for knowledge as I learn to combine the ancient woodworking craft of bow-making with digital videography and film making - I'd be delighted to have you for company on this bizarre journey combining digital and primitive technology. I have a deep passion for the medieval English longbow, the great warbow - the powerful version of the English longbow that earned its fearsome reputation during the Middle Ages, notably the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries on the ferocious battle fields of France and England during the One Hundred Years War (and in the hands of Robin Hood too!). It is an iconic weapon - and to this day, exudes heritage and awesome power. Lots of bow making on my channel - do browse, view, like comment and subscribe. I have videos on making yew, hazel, elm and blackthorn longbows as well as many others related to primitive and instinctive archery, target archery arrow and bow making. In my videos you will see and hear what it is like to self learn bow making. I am self-taught as a bowyer - learning the hard way to work wood to make a bow - and still discovering every day. Sometimes I fail, sometimes I succeed; but I'm always learning. I also explore the UK's rural landscape, sometimes in search of bow making woods, discovering survival skills, sometimes in search of the glories of this landscape. My Gear: Panasonic GH5 Panasonic GH4 25mm f1.7 Lumix 14mm-140mm f3.5-f5.6 100mm-400mm f4.0-f6.3 Canon G7X GoPro Hero iPhone 7 Velbon DV-7000 tripod and fluid head Mini slider dolly DJI Mavic Pro drone Videos edited with Final Cut Pro X MacBook Pro 15" iMac 27" GTech & My Passport Storage 🤍 Connect here: 🤍 And here: 🤍 And here: 🤍
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Making a black locust self bow with the use of hand tools. I hollowed knot right above the handle and managed to turn this character stave into centershot style bow. Quite an exciting and teaching experience! The bow ended up drawing 30lb at 28". I named it "Cyclop". - Visit also my page and store: 🤍 - ❗❗❗Working on bows always remember about the proper use of tools and your safety - wear precautions like googles and gloves❗❗❗ - Thanks for watching guys!
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If you need a little help tying bows this tutorial has 5 easy bows for you. They are perfect for crafting, decorating and gift wrapping. I hope this video helps you. Please like, share, comment and subscribe. Thank you. I am also on Facebook, Instagram and Tiktok at Keeping It Simple Crafts. Come say Hi. This is the link to the full tutorial with measurements and details for the Christmas tree bow topper tutorial at the end of this video. Click the link to watch🤍 There are lots of different ways to tie bows and styles. Here is my bow playlist link. Click the link, then click play all.🤍 Thank you for watching. God Bless You
Does making a bow intimidate you, makes you not try a craft because you don't think you can make one? This simple and easy instructional video is for you. Learn how to add a bow to your favorite wreath, basket, or home decor. *I do share affiliate links here, I receive a small commission if you decide to purchase but you do not pay anything extra, affiliate links do help support this channel and my ability to bring content to you. ✅To purchase any of the tools are products that I get from Amazon, just click on my Amazon Affiliate Shop here: 🤍 ✅Shop at Dollar Tree: 🤍 ✅I like to shop for my mesh and ribbon here: The Wreath Shop: 🤍?afmc=1s ✅Trendy Tree: 🤍 Bow Making Playlist: 🤍 Come Say Hi ➡️🤍 ➡️➡️🤍 ➡️🤍 ➡️You can join my crafting group on Facebook - Wreath Creators and More: 🤍 For all business inquiries only: julieswreathboutique🤍gmail.com Visit 🤍 to purchase wreaths, tutorials and read my latest blogs ➡️Purchase any of my premium wreath tutorials here: 🤍 Premium Tutorials For Sale: Christmas Tree Tutorial: 🤍 Apple Blossom an Marigold Tutorial: 🤍 The Flower Trio Tutorial: 🤍 Gerber Daisy and Dahlia Tutorials: 🤍 The Flower Collection Tutorial: 🤍 Julie’s Ultimate Tutorial Package: 🤍 Supplies: 2.5" Wired Ribbon of your choice, 5 yards will be more than enough to make one bow Wire, I used 22 gauge but you can use a thinner wire or pipe cleaners Zip Ties - optional
I've received a lot of questions about how to make my bow making forms, so here's a quick bow building video showing how to make a backset jig for making high performance longbows, flat bows, and recurves. Backset will help you build a faster, harder hitting wood bow and, if you get into fire hardened bows, a form is important for that process as well. For this build all you'll need is a 2x6, a piece of PVC pipe or something similar, a drill and some wood screws, a tape measure, and a circular saw. Don't forget to subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video each week that features one of the following topics: archery, bow hunting, bow making, survival skills, bushcraft, self reliance, primitive skills, primitive bows, hunting, camping, fishing, and a lot more! Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! Backpacks - 🤍 Archery Gear - 🤍 Tents & Tarps - 🤍 Binoculars - 🤍 Broadheads - 🤍 Arrow Shafts - 🤍 Clothing - 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍
Starting to rough in the joint angles for further refinement before gluing process. limb sections will also need steaming to correct any natural twists. #Bowyer #bowmaking #woodcarving #carpenter #carpentry #survival #survivalskills #series
Learn how to tie a beautiful bow 🎀 Jillian will teach you in just a few simple steps! All you need is your favorite ribbon, chenille stems and a pair of scissors. Shop the supplies here: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 This video will take you through: 0:04 - What You Need 0:07 - Unraveling the Ribbon 0:21 - Center Loop 0:46 - First Loop 1:49 - Repeating the Process 2:23 - Trimming the bow 2:42 - Sealing the Bow with Chenille Stems 3:10 - Finishing Touches 3:31 - Last Step See 3 Ways to Customize Your Gift Wrap here: 🤍 #Bow #Ribbon Show us your 🎁 with #MakeItWithMichaels! Looking for inspiration? We are here for you. Whether you’re trying something new or you’re an expert maker, Michaels® has what you need to take your creativity to the next level. Join us for online classes, DIY tips, Cricut projects and more - we’ll be sharing step-by-step techniques using on-trend materials, tools and technology. Shop With Us Online: 🤍 Download the Michaels App: 🤍 Explore More DIYs on Pinterest: 🤍 Follow Michaels on Instagram: 🤍 Like Michaels on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Michaels on Twitter: 🤍
Easy bow-making tutorial using a Bowdabra bow maker! Check out our other videos! Make a Wreath Like a Pro! 🤍 How to Make a Succulent Wreath 🤍 Wreath Making Live Q&A 🤍 DIY Sunflower Grapevine Wreath 🤍 🤍 Learn how to make an easy bow using a Bowdabra bow maker. This is a full, 12 loop bow, using 1/2 inch wired ribbon. You will get a beautiful full bow using this technique! Affiliate links for tools used. If you purchase through my link I will get a few pennies for the purchase. Bowdabra Bow Maker 🤍 Stanley Wire Cutters 🤍 See more wreath tips & tutorials at 🤍gracemonroehome.com Let me know how you love it! Also, please feel free to ask questions, leave comments and/or tips & advice below! Thank you so much for watching and for your time & interest in our channel. Stay connected with us! ❤ Facebook: 🤍 ❤ Blog: 🤍 ❤ YouTube Subscribe: 🤍 ❤ Instagram: 🤍
Published on April 27,2021 #diy #bowmaking #fabricbowmaking #howtomakefabricbow #bowmakingmalayalameasymethod #howtomaketiebowforfrock
This tutorial will teach you how to make bows with confidence without any special gadgets. Learn how to make gorgeous bows in 5 minutes. This Easy Bow is perfect for fall Wreaths, Lanterns, Centerpieces, Gift Baskets, and even a Christmas Tree Topper, and anything else that you want to make look fabulous! Use Dollar Tree ribbon, Burlap, buffalo check ribbon, wired ribbon, and more. Let's get crafting... PLAYLIST ➡️ ➡️ ➡️ 🤍 #bow #howtomakeabow ✅ SUPPLIES: ✅ Wire cutters - 🤍 ✅ Wired Ribbon = 🤍 ✅ Zip tie = 🤍 ✅ Scissors = 🤍 How to make the wreath ➡️ 🤍 Subscribe to my channel for more DIY's: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Follow me on Facebook: 🤍 Pin with me on Pinterest: 🤍 Tweet with me on Twitter:🤍 Please say hello in the comments:) See. you soon, Kippi Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 0::56 - Supplies 1:21 - How to make a bow 5:04 - Trim bow streamers 5:18 - Attaching bow to the wreath 6:14 - Outro
I made this bow and arrow using only primitive tools and materials.The bow is 1.25 m (55 inches) long and shoots 60 cm (2 feet) long arrows. I don't know the draw weight - safe to say greater than 15 kg (35 pounds) perhaps? The stave was made from a tree ,Northern Olive (Chionanthus ramiflora), that was cut with a stone axe and split in half with a stone chisel. One half was used for the bow and was cut to a length of 1.25 m (50 inches). The limbs of the bow were carved with various stone blades so that the limbs tapered in width, and to a lesser extent depth, towards the tips. The middle of the bow was narrowed in width to form a handle about 12.5 cm (5 inches) long. The string was made from the inner bark of a fibrous tree. It was separated into thin strips and left to dry. Then it was twisted into cordage. Arrows were made of the same wood as the bow and were 60 cm (2 feet) long. A notch was carved into the back to accept the bow string. They were fletched with bush turkey feathers picked up from the ground (no turkeys were harmed in the making of this video). A feather was split in half and cut into 3 lengths then resin and bark fiber attached the fletching on to the arrows. The tip of the arrow was fire hardened and sharpened to a point. The fletching was trimmed using a hot coal. Each arrow took about an hour to make. A quiver was made of bark to hold the arrows. Importantly, the quiver was worn on the back in the historically accurate style of native American and African archers- not on the hip like medieval European archers (see back quiver: 🤍 ). I cleared a shooting range with a semi rotten log as a target instead of a hay bale. At 10 meters the accuracy was better than 50 % for this narrow target and the arrows stuck into the wood enough so that they were difficult to pull out. The bow was durable, shooting about 200-300 times with the string breaking only 3 times. I made a back up string and repaired them by splicing the ends back together. In conclusion this was an easy bow to make. The short design makes it easy to find a straight piece of wood for the stave. A short string is also easy to make and short arrow shafts are easy to find. Short bows shoot fast and are easy to carry in thick forest. The dimensions of the bow were based on those given in the SAS Survival Handbook by john Lofty Wiseman. but instead of carving it from a stave from the start, I split the stave and then carved it. I think this requires less time, effort and skill. It also gives a flat bow design that's unlikely to break. It does require wood that doesn't twist much when split though. Wordpress: 🤍 Patreon page: 🤍 I have no face book page. Beware of fake pages.