Conversion of Leaf Spring to Crossbow

can be created with very, very nice design and basic tools! My only comment is that it’s sensitive if you cut the leaf spring so that the beam will sit on the stock (or it will automatically make the spring), because that way you’ll save a lot of energy due to cutting the wood. . […]

can be created with very, very nice design and basic tools! My only comment is that it’s sensitive if you cut the leaf spring so that the beam will sit on the stock (or it will automatically make the spring), because that way you’ll save a lot of energy due to cutting the wood. . Not to mention dangerous. otherwise great! you can definitely make this design.This is the first such crossbow that I have seen on the Internet. In the early 1970s, I made a crossbow from blueprints from an old Popular Mechanics book set. Two springs were made, one of the car leaf springs at 350lb traction and the other at about 225lb of traction. The plans also included a crown that made it easy to install. The trigger and block were solid steel and the original string required 24 string 6 chord linen, but a few years later I found a thinner solution. The spring worked perfectly and I still use it today with the 225lb spring, although it’s easy to make another, the crown got lost while moving it a few times. This crossbow had loads of power and was reasonably accurate. Arrows had metal sheets for durability. The 350 lb bow places a target point deep in a tree. Better made than in this video… more powerful and simpler. There are aluminum railings on the upper part to prevent the wood from being eroded by the rope pressure. The bolt block and trigger are stronger, simpler and more elegant. The block is held in place by the trigger during arming and then locked when armed. The stock is made from 2″ thick solid birch, then walnut painted and finished. 50 years later, it looks just as good as when it was built.

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