Making a good bow and arrow

by Joel
(Sydney, Australia)

Joel and his bow and arrow

Joel and his bow and arrow

I made a bow and arrow quite long ago. It has worked really well except for the arrow. The arrow does not work well because I put too much weight on the end. So I took off the weight and put on feathers at the end of the arrow and it worked really well.

The way you make a bow is to get a bendy piece of wood and some fishing wire and make the fishing wire bend the wood like a C. You attach the fishing wire by making small grooves in the ends of the wood and finishing with a knot at the ends of the wire.

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Jun 01, 2010
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Wicked!
by: Ben

That is so cool, be careful not to shoot anyone of anything

nice job Joel!

Jun 03, 2009
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Awesome bow
by: BrumbyBen

That is so cool, nice bow
How many arrows do you have for that Bow?

Well done


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