Airkiller99: My suggestion if you have not finished it is to add 2 pieces of wood flush
with the pulley to stop the string from falling off the edge of the pulley.
joshwcole11: @CrushingNeonBabies Thanks, I'm pretty new to the concept of compound
crossbows, so I wasnt aware of the terminology. And though they look heavy,
those blocks of wood are actually very light, very soft wood. Not balsa,
Ivo Arbalist: @mckinney886 Sorry son, game over >>> go do your homework.
mckinney886: @CrushingNeonBabies your mom loves formaldehyde? >[:D
cod4stillgood: lol he cant spell maggot
skydragon4ever: that's not a crossbow. That's mere an inverted bow. It has to have a
Ivo Arbalist: @mckinney886 Actually she hates it, but I thought you might like it....in
fact I think it's really versatile and can be used in place of Visine for
those tired eyes of yours. :)))))
Ivo Arbalist: @CrushingNeonBabies ....All in all, do some research :) ...there are a few
places on the net that deal with crossbow building. ;)
Ivo Arbalist: @mckinney886 Lol, you talk about my mom and thought I'd let that drop? The
woman passed away years ago, so jokes and games may be what they may, but
have some self respect and fight your battles with the ones who started
them and not their mothers. Till that happens...you'll just keep trolling
the tube and getting pissed about small crap. Peace.
Omar Hameed: hi. if u r not dead right now. make anew video for your project.
mckinney886: @CrushingNeonBabies i want to play a game.........run rabbit run!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ivo Arbalist: Problem 1: Those are not cams...they are called pulleys. Problem 2: Strings
should be of non stretch fiber, what you have is almost like rubber.
Problem 3: The tips are too heavy (with those blocks of wood attached)
Problem 4: The fiber glass rods are tempting to use due to their low cost
and can make a cool plinker study model to experiment with, but performance
wise they will not go further than plinker material. Ivo
4834n68dr: what a pickle! GROWUP
Jesse M: The fiberglass things might be alil too long
RatFinkRod: Here's what's wrong with your design: 1- Rods are too long causing rebound
on string release. You only need 10" to 12" of power stroke. 2- Rods are
round and skinny. This causes them to twist. Both these can cause the
string to pop off the pulleys. Try this: 3- Fiberglass 1/2"x1/4" chainlink
fence bars, 2 each side, about 18" long. Mount them at 30 deg on the center
frame. These will give you the power you're looking for. 4- Add a second
pulley on each side. More power.
TheFagsMagic: Keep it up..cant wait to see it finished
ScarletSpectra: You're cute. We should date. :)
mckinney886: @CrushingNeonBabies not your son pickle weed. was never a game. your the
school boy so do your home work fag.
Patrick La Rosa: He never finished the build.
Ivo Arbalist: @mckinney886 Perhaps you're right, but did you know that if you put a few
drops of formaldehyde in your weed it tastes like strawberries when you
JASONWEMP: Hey you've got a good start there keep it up. I have been working out plans
for an inverted style myself. I have a few videos of making homemade
compound style prods (bows) if you want to check them out. From my
experience the more stable and solid everything is the better. Anyway good
luck and nice to see something different. Cheers Jay.
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