Tag Archives: Construction

Hunter Diary 05 – Construction of Crossbow

The most common types of crossbows are compound and recurve. Arrow Retention Spring Holds the arrow in the track until the trigger releases the latch mechanism. Barrel Made of aluminum or polymer. Cocking Stirrup Used to aid in cocking the crossbow. The archer’s foot is placed in the stirrup to prevent the bow from slipping […]

Hunter Diary 04 – Construction of Longbow

The Back and the Belly: The longbows are the most simple bow types and have only few features. Since a English longbow is made from a single piece of wood (a single Bow Stave) for the back (The outside part when shooting) and the belly (The inner part when shooting) of the bow, the limbs are […]

Hunter Diary 03 – Construction of Compound Bow

Arrow Rest The arrow rest is the unit that screwed into the riser via the berger hole on a compound bow and provides a catch for the arrow to rest on before and during the shot. Models are either stationary while some mechanically “drop away” during the shot. Arrow Shelf The arrow shelf on a […]

Hunter Diary 02 – Construction of Recurve Bow

Arrow rest Where the arrow rests during draw. These may be simple fixed rests or may be spring-loaded or magnetic flip rests. Back The face of the bow on the opposite side to the string Belly The face of the bow on the same side as the string Bow sight An aiming aid attached to […]

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