Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

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Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

The standard material for the bow is wood. It should be
resilient, durable and flexible, dry and without cracks. Any tree
is suitable, but when cutting the required length, you need to add
5-15 cm from the sawn edges to avoid deformation. With a knife, at
a distance of 3-5 cm from the edges, you need to make small grooves
to secure the bowstring, they should not be too deep, but not too
small so that the bowstring does not fly off and does not tear. You
can do it yourself, for this it’s suitable:

  1. Fishing line.
  2. Twine.
  3. Flaps of skin.
  4. Laces.
  5. Kevlar, Dacron thread.

Chinese traditional onion. The great wall is safe.

Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

Indian bow for hunting.

Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

Turkish onion model.

Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

Mongolian isolated tribes use such bows.

Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

Great gift to a friend or souvenir to a foreigner. Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

In Chile, a fashion for such models began.

Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

What brutality. On a person with such ammunition, I would hardly
want to scream or try to insult.

Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

Spending one day on such beauty is not at all a pity.

Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

To make a bow, targets, arrows, and in nature, you can safely
shout: to the bullseye!

Bow for shooting from a tree: 8 patterns (do-it-yourself)

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