Survivor#357: You can buy the slides online for about $5 for a 3pack. they're AMS safety
slides and a must have.
kaziklu79: @NaxTactical PM sent :)
kaziklu79: :) It was two and a half years ago, but i'll try to list the parts looking
at the picture at the beginning. For the arrow you need a plastic wheel
from which to cut the slide, a short bolt (1cm long,2mm thick), a nut and
two rubber pieces acting like washers. For the reel - a 6-7cm/6mm bolt, 3
nuts, 2 washers, a piece of PVC tube, a piece of paper or cardboard (to
protect the finish of the bow). I think that's all. Good luck!
kaziklu79: @Turkey12328 By hand or i can easily mount a handle. Unfortunately i
haven't used the fishing kit for real bowfishing yet .
kaziklu79: @NaxTactical Right now i can't make a video, because don't have my camera
with me, sorry. I'll try to explain you in a PM, it is very simple.
jono90hd: @kaziklu79 thank you kind sir
kaziklu79: @austyndeerhunter1 Thanks! Unfortunately i haven't used it yet - i don't
have a fishing ticket and don't want to risk with poaching right now. May
be the next year...
jfgb1979: nice set up man!what country do live in?
BlackeyedBeast102: Whyd you make a bowfishing set up if you dont want to go through all the
trouble to bowfish?
kaziklu79: @gladgurkan91 Thanks! I'm not quite sure what's the situation here - i've
made the kit more for fun then for real use, but if i have the opportunity
i'll try it :)
NaxTactical: How did you make the slide? Perhaps you could make a video about it, it
would really help me, since i am trying to make one myself!
NaxTactical: I am making the slide out of a something very similar to this
I have one more question though, what king of rope are you using, is that
real bowfishing line or something different? Thanks, Nax
austyndeerhunter1: this is awsome did u ever use it
2232rodney: you should do a tutorial on how to build this step by step
kaziklu79: @ddt121695 Unfortunately i haven't used the bow and the kit for actual
kaziklu79: @semperfi253 Thanks for the tip!
kaziklu79: Because i want to be prepared :)
joe Costello: So you haven't used it yet? ??? I love bow fishing ill try it out for you
kaziklu79: ;) No problem if you ever come here. Like your channel btw!
kaziklu79: @13523carlos Thanks!
Colton Essary: @kaziklu79 welcome man ,hey hope u get some fish with it
kaziklu79: @jfgb1979 Thank you! I'm from Bulgaria.
jono90hd: that looks like it should work well as long as the line comes off easy
enough. How did you tie the knot on the loop on the slide?
kaziklu79: @DisturbedAndMore Thanks! The bow is "Perfect Line" RE07 - in the US it's
sold also by PSE under the name "Kingfisher".
13523carlos: that was smart
kaziklu79: @2232rodney Well, if i need another one i'll make a tutorial vid :)
Jerry Karlsson: Very nice...:) In my country, bowfishing is illegal. :(
Marty Miller: that wont work
kaziklu79: Yeah, i also tought so. I think i'll mount it somehow on the stabilizer
Colton Essary: if you sand down the outside edge of the spool it will help keep the string
from hanging up when you shoot
kaziklu79: @jono90hd You can check the video of WheeliePete --->
Turkey12328: Now how are u going to real in
NaxTactical: @kaziklu79 Right on, very cool, thanks!
SumoNinja92: Can you list all the parts you used? I can't make some of them out.
kaziklu79: @NaxTactical This is a tough 1.7mm nylon cord, enduring 30kg of weight.
I've bought it from "Praktiker" for about 2.5 euros. Bowfishing line is
almost the same but is much more expensive here.
kaziklu79: @ddt121695 It's kind of hard to bowfish here - you need a license and to
find a proper place. I don't want it so much to deal with these two
problems :) If i'd got the chance to bowfish i'll make a vid for sure.
kaziklu79: @rockclimber30 May be, i haven't tried it yet :)
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe