Forging a BOW out of Rusted Leaf SPRING

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Alright, This Bow took me one month to make and this was not easy to make it such perfect. A lot of my Fans asked me to make Bow so i tried to make most perfect Bow that i can.

Overall Length: 40 Inches
Handle Length: 10 Inches
Stretched Length: 35 Inches

All the Processes are below of making this beautiful Bow:
It took me almost two days to prepare and hand forge Leaf Spring piece into a long Steel Strip and this was my most complicated forging ever. I don't have any serious equipment so all the forging as well as hot metal bending i did with my hands and turned a spring piece into an 40 inches metal strip.
I make most of grindings of bent strip with my Angle grinder and turned the strip into a well shaped workpiece. I also
did a lot of hand sanding with a help of abrasive to remove the edges and almost all the roughness of the blank.
v. I made grooves on Limbs with the help of round file.
v. Hand Sanded the surface to remove roughness.
v. The recurve made on special device which delivers energy more efficiently.
There is a professional way to harden a
Bow and that is
Heating the whole surface placed into a Fire evenly to a critical temperature. After that Quench the heated detail in oil. Now the Steel is hard but Fragile. Tempering is the best way to increase Toughness of the bow.
This piece may be made of any fiber twisted into a single cord but we can also make it by use synthetic winding around linen thread. The purpose of bowstring is to join the two ends and launch the arrow.
The Handle contains of three parts.
v. LEATHER: Purpose of leather is to hold the handle with the steel part , I used soft leather for wrapping.
v. Copper: Thin metal strips of copper turned into a beautiful decoration that separates the handle and curve.
v. Wood: A piece of oak wood is nice for the handle which could be fixed with some leather strips.

Forging a BOW out of Rusted Leaf SPRING

Always wear eye protection while working with grinders.
Always keep Extinguisher at your work place.
Stay Focused.

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Almost Perfect Restoration
Almost a month of work, tons of sandpaper and infinite number of hours, Here is some of the Best moments of this Bow (video) 01:17 forging 03:01 shaping 03:50 making Big Furnace 05:37 hardening 06:17 tempering 06:31 making arrow 07:49 Hand sanding 08:37 making bowstring 09:49 making handle 12:57 Final product
Salvo di benedetto
Salvo di benedetto 2 dias atrás
@Ulvi Asgarov 2
A2 MEMES WORLD 11 dias atrás
Bhai bechega...?
Akromeo 13 dias atrás
Your effort is paid off, man
Poli Mudoi
Poli Mudoi 20 dias atrás
Zak Cooper
Zak Cooper 23 dias atrás
that is beautiful! I have made two functioning wood bows. what draw weight does that bow have at you pull length? I wasn't happy with what I thought I saw as you bow string. the serving made it better. I make my strings from Spider Wire fishing line. I twist ten strands into a Flemish twist. it lets you tune the string to the bow easily. thank you for this beautiful production.
Austin Bowers
Austin Bowers 4 meses atrás
Why are we not talking about how incredible this man’s top soil is?! That’s blacker than my ex wife’s heart!
Everything batman collector
Also polishing that chrome.....
akatsukiawsome13 9 dias atrás
@Laird Cummings builders often would excavate and sell topsoil, and cover back with a few inches of ground only. Suburban homes are more likely to suffer from lack of topsoil
Abdul razzaq
Abdul razzaq 13 dias atrás
Hendrick Schipper
Hendrick Schipper 16 dias atrás
Yes irreconcilably thus a contract reach,make new positives out of indifferent ignored negatives,such as a crudheap of '0l me'al
Thomas L Thomas
Thomas L Thomas 22 dias atrás
@PintOfBass4l I like my ex wives like I like my coffee hot & blonde…….
ray richards
ray richards Mês atrás
I really like your channel. Seriously good craftsmanship and inspires me to get into my own workshop. Thanks for these uploads as I’m sure they take ages to edit and film too.
ChaWieGen O
ChaWieGen O 4 meses atrás
Awesome Build. What I would recommend to make it a perfect video is if you specified the materials such as the liquids you used or even the different types of additives like the sand or clay. But all in all Love The Bow and Arrow you made!
S.S RADON 7 dias atrás
in case you wanted to know the clay would ideally be high in metal oxides and not contain any rocks as that provides the best refractory properties.
isaac owen
isaac owen 25 dias atrás
and if possible show us the whole bow firing, rather than just close ups of stuff, be really cool to see the limbs going with that awesome wood and copper work!
WOOD WORKING 4 meses atrás
Fábio Oliveira
Fábio Oliveira 4 meses atrás
Parabéns. Belíssimo trabalho.
Tristan Ribeiro
Tristan Ribeiro 6 meses atrás
This bow is really, REALLY beautiful. I love its look. Great job
James Smith
James Smith 4 meses atrás
Wow I was impressed with the bow and then you blew mind when you made the string. Amazing work sir
Tomek9511 3 meses atrás
I have the utmost admiration, and respect for the incredible talent, and knowledge, that man demonstrated. The handcraft, expert knowledge of materials, are so awesome 👏🤩 You’re an artist ❤️😍👍
TurrettGaming14 16 dias atrás
That bow is amazing! I respect your effort. Great work, keep it up!
Joshua Haught
Joshua Haught Mês atrás
Beautifully done and great skills! My question is, would the copper and steel have a galvanic reaction?
Lew Szybki
Lew Szybki 8 dias atrás
If you wrap it with Zinc it can prevent from rusting :)
Joshua Haught
Joshua Haught 24 dias atrás
@j4ck3t gotcha. Thanks for sharing
j4ck3t 25 dias atrás
If the bow remains dry it will take a very long time(in the multiple tens of years.), if it gets wet frequently things will speed up significantly.
Tony Foxx Builds
Tony Foxx Builds Mês atrás
This is a fantastic video and such a fun project idea! What was the wax used for the string?
Patriota España
Patriota España 2 meses atrás
Magnífico trabajo
TheFenikson Mês atrás
Brilliant craftsmanship - very creative and perfectly executed. The only thing that hurt my archer soul was how you held the arrow in the last few seconds of the video. Other than that, perfection
Sirhc W
Sirhc W Mês atrás
There are dozens of archery styles just because it seems odd doesnt mean its incorrect. Some native Americans used a pinch draw and they shot from the hip. There is thumb draw with the arrow on the rights side of the bow which i find to be more natural feeling when learning to aim.
panchemist Mês atrás
@MrSpeedweasel brace height was my first notion... I am afraid that if one would shoot that bow with a normal full draw the string would cut one's thumb off.
Lorenzo Mês atrás
Its called a pinch draw dude
Kati Berry
Kati Berry 3 meses atrás
Absolutely beautiful craftsmanship. Well done.
Gabe Maldonado
Gabe Maldonado 2 meses atrás
I love the fact that you used a saw and chisel to make the wood handle. Nice job!
Tahir Qureshi
Tahir Qureshi 4 meses atrás
Absolutely amazing...the concept, the metallurgy, and the craftsmanship...
karolis kevalas
karolis kevalas 2 meses atrás
Wow, that's impressive! would be interesting to see this bow in action for a bit more. Curious what is a shooting distance?
Andrew Manzo
Andrew Manzo 23 dias atrás
@Colton Provence Maybe even less. Notice how we never saw the bow being used at all? I don't think it actually worked, and then another bow was used to shoot the arrow.
Colton Provence
Colton Provence Mês atrás
im going to go out on a limb here and say not very far at all. probably 20 meters if that
delta crane
delta crane Mês atrás
That is gimmick, will not be replied.
J.R.R. Toking
J.R.R. Toking Mês atrás
That turned out absolutely beautiful. Amazing craftmenship 👍
Catalin Baciu
Catalin Baciu 14 dias atrás
Interesant, bravo!
abhay pandey
abhay pandey Mês atrás
Great effort and great work 👍🏻
Arch Angel
Arch Angel Mês atrás
Absolutely amazing! The level of detail and craftsmanship is not only incredible but I love how you made every piece by hand including building your own furnace/forge. You definitely have a new fan and a new subscriber in me. Thank you for sharing and I look forward to seeing more of your content! Cheers!
ReaL EaZe
ReaL EaZe Mês atrás
You are the master 😳 it looks so absolutely awesome :o I want to have it 😭
Doug Hatfield
Doug Hatfield 4 meses atrás
"I spent a week to shape this bow". The dedication to craft implied by that sentence... amazing work.
Giovanni Ganss
Giovanni Ganss 3 meses atrás
@Aaron Wolfenbarger Saw the shot in the end that would have missed then it cut to a take that hit the hay but didn't see anything that would definitively show it does not shoot strait, just a missed shot. Can you hit target everytime without fail? Maybe you can, either way no reason to call someone stupid.
Aaron Wolfenbarger
Aaron Wolfenbarger 4 meses atrás
ya watch the footage he edits out how it doesnt shoot straight stupid!
Parandama 4 meses atrás
Great, let me know if you can sell
Aadit nilesh Chaudhari
Aadit nilesh Chaudhari 4 meses atrás
not amouse
not amouse 6 meses atrás
Cool Project, excellent craftsmanship. Safety Warning: copper bus bar on your steel bow is not a great idea, dissimilar metal corrosion will happen to the bow steel and the bow will corrode under the bus bar coiled around it. Then it can possibly snap. Keep it in a dry place to slow this down. Also install a zinc anode into whatever part of the grip you don't hold firmly attached to the metal. Zinc will corrode before steel and copper, saving the bow. This way it will not again become a rusty leaf spring. ~One Engineer
mutace 23 dias atrás
@Hei Bk-201 any reasoning why? Glad to learn something new. The bow is so lovely I almost started to look for some old leaf springs :D
Hei Bk-201
Hei Bk-201 24 dias atrás
A steel bow in general is not a great idea, especially not the way he did it.
Guapo Returns
Guapo Returns 3 meses atrás
Yep , like the zincs on a boats hull.
Walther Weiß
Walther Weiß 4 meses atrás
WD 40
ewelina chodyga
ewelina chodyga 4 meses atrás
JuhaEerikki Mês atrás
I don't know which one was better, the superhuman skills of this man or the professional editing of the video, as they were both 10/10!
Old Ways Gardening and Prepping
One very beautiful bow. Excellent job. 🍀
R6F0 Mês atrás
That was one of the best videos on you tube for me, great job. Something useful and beautiful out of waste.
Eric Kamov
Eric Kamov 4 meses atrás
*Nothing surpasses the feeling of being able to shape and form these materials to the final - and desired outcome! . . .* ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💓 Subbed!
Олег Чернышев
Выражаю слова восхищения увиденной мною гениально и мастерски выполненной работе! Это блестяще!!!
JAlf 3000
JAlf 3000 2 meses atrás
This is excellent workmanship. Great job
Animu lovers
Animu lovers 3 meses atrás
Amazing you're so talented sir aside from your complete it
Валерий Чиркин
А что еще могло получиться в таких руках? Парень, ты и железо, и дерево, и все, что берешь в руку делаешь живым. Твори, творец. Это твое!!!
Robert Zeurunkl
Robert Zeurunkl 4 meses atrás
Completely from scratch with just hand tools. Now that's skill and determination!!!!
Rodney Lane
Rodney Lane 3 meses atrás
This has been one of your most enjoyable videos. Not only was the creation of the bow fascinating to watch, but the little sided embellishments gave it such charm. What was the big jawed insect? Is it found commonly where you live? Also, what was the "V" logo that you had imprinted in your home made bricks stand for? Thanks for another excellent video.
Rodney Lane
Rodney Lane 3 meses atrás
@Almost Perfect Restoration Thanks for the reply. Keep up the great videos.
Almost Perfect Restoration
Thank you i really appreciate that, It is huge (3 inches) Stag beetle which is under Protection in my country, "V" it is just Roman number 5 on my homemade bricks
Jib230181 4 meses atrás
What a beautiful piece of work. Beautiful bow.
NaeFliesOnMe Mês atrás
Absolutely loved the video! You are such a skilled craftsman! I was hoping, considering the time and energy spent, that the bow would perform well. Yet, I'm sorry, but what a let down when I saw you pulling the string and the arrow merely going through 3 plastic bottles... Like so often now on BRvid, we see amazing displays of craftsmanship but the final result just misses the point. I suppose what matters isn't really the bow as a performing weapon but the view counter on the top left, which is doing very well by the way! Still a beautiful video on how to make a very pretty wall hanger!
Mujianto Halim
Mujianto Halim 5 meses atrás
This is the first time I've seen a bow made of strip steel, it's really strong👍
Man,...well,what can I say... This is a huge amount of work! You even made your own fire bricks!!! Jesus! A perfect bow,a beauty! Perfect job. Congratulations!
Alto Arbol
Alto Arbol Mês atrás
It's the most beautiful bow I've ever seen in my life 😍 thank you for sharing ❤
Sobers Chatterjee
Sobers Chatterjee 4 meses atrás
What an incredible work! Your work is astonishing and beautiful; that too in a lost art. Archery was my childhood passion severely discouraged by my father.. I'm still in love with bows and arrows and your video gave me a thrilling pleasure. Thank you
Anoop Pattat
Anoop Pattat 17 dias atrás
Ha , after affects of watching mahabharat
Collin S. Skaggs
Collin S. Skaggs 23 dias atrás
My father was a lot like this bow actually, i wish i had one.....bwaaaaa hahahahah
Sobers Chatterjee
Sobers Chatterjee 3 meses atrás
@Arkham Arxher That's a fantastic way of looking at things.. Yes, I can live with that especially after his untimely passing in the first lockdown..
Arkham Arxher
Arkham Arxher 3 meses atrás
@Sobers Chatterjee maybe he accidently taught you how to really efficiently make a decent bow
Sobers Chatterjee
Sobers Chatterjee 3 meses atrás
@Arkham Arxher My father was a tyrant 😂 he used to take my bows (even as a child I made hundreds of bows) and break them like twigs.. I kept making them and he kept breaking them.. maybe he thought those things would kill me. I don't know he never gave any explanation.
Григорий Ч
Григорий Ч 2 meses atrás
great job, very nice to look at your work. tell me how much this bow might cost?
Aidan 6 meses atrás
this is one of the nicest looking home made bows i’ve ever seen
FireN2k9 25 dias atrás
Raduka made a compound bow.
dund3rsztyc 2 meses atrás
@Luke Orlando Just a beautiful thing to hang on the wall, not a functional bow.
Luke Orlando
Luke Orlando 3 meses atrás
It's not even functional. He didn't show the bow shooting even once. The brace height is too low and metal is a terrible material for recurve limbs. This video is a complete scam. If he were to actually draw that bow and shoot it he would permanently deform the metal and the string would whack his hand. He also doesn't hold or knock the arrow correctly. I can guarantee he made that "bow" then used a different bow for the video of him shooting. Also, it should have sent those three waterbottles flying if the bow had any power at all. Even something as light as 30# should have thrown those three water bottles clear off the stand. Every single part of this video is dead wrong from an archery perspective.
WOOD WORKING 4 meses atrás
@Will Smith 👍
WOOD WORKING 4 meses atrás
@ctlfreak 👍👍👍
abner jimenez
abner jimenez 2 meses atrás
Excelente trabajo 🗡️
Ninja Genjin
Ninja Genjin 4 meses atrás
Love the idea beautiful work. I notice the string stop at your hand so when you shoot the arrow it would smack your hand.. it should be adjusted closer to the middle of your form arm. Nice work really your idea.
Robert Davis
Robert Davis 21 dia atrás
This is awesome. I went from watching a guy make an awesome bow in the bush with materials he found in the bush by hand. To this guy making an awesome bow with power tools and a forge
World News
World News 3 meses atrás
this is one of the nicest looking home made bows i’ve ever seen
Braxton Ravndal
Braxton Ravndal 3 meses atrás
unless you mean in functionality
Braxton Ravndal
Braxton Ravndal 3 meses atrás
@mal-avcisi yeah I'll bet. NOT
mal-avcisi 3 meses atrás
Ver bad bow. I can make much better in one day.
Jeffrey Small
Jeffrey Small 4 meses atrás
Extremely cool I'm an avid archery fan how many pounds draw weight is it? It's beautiful. And professional job on the bow string. Keep it up
Amit Horo
Amit Horo Mês atrás
This man did everything so naturally. A big respect for this man 🙏🙏🔥🔥🔥
Paul Cooper
Paul Cooper 25 dias atrás
That's beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing 🇨🇦
Francisco Monsalve
Francisco Monsalve 4 meses atrás
Exelente👍 Gracias por compartir el proceso y la elaboración ....Mi sexto sentido me dice de que es un proceso artesanal, con un alto grado de dificultad.
Ross Graveley
Ross Graveley 5 meses atrás
Wow gorgeous bow I'd love to have one like this one 😍
Дмитрий Волок
Это очень здорово,👍вещь сделанная своими руками.хорошая работа.так держать!!!
Mr Tadman
Mr Tadman 2 meses atrás
Great video, keep it up and you will get more and more subs! 👌
Marek Bieganski
Marek Bieganski 18 horas atrás
Nice work! Some hints: 1. distance between handle and a bowstring (brace height) should be much higher - around 7-8 inches. Otherwise string will keep hurting your forearm, and accuracy will be poor. 2. Change the way you grab bowstring/arrow. Recommended for this shape of bow will be thumb draw (aka thumb release). Other recommended is known as three fingers or mediterranean draw. Anyway, I admire your skills.
Montesanto Bows
Montesanto Bows 3 meses atrás
Amazing stuff! The bow should be tensioned more though, the string should be shorter
Marcus Rauch
Marcus Rauch 2 meses atrás
Yeah, the string is too close to the handle. There should be enough space between the handle and string to put a fist with the thumb in a „thumbs up“ position.
Sumanth Ganapathi Basavapatna
Well done! In traditional Indian archery, there are several kinds of bows based on materials. The one you have made, a pure metal construction, is called 'Lauha'. It is very hard to pull back but has great amounts of force. Nice!
Sumanth Ganapathi Basavapatna
@Intranet No, they haven't, as far as I know. And you're right, things don't tend to last very long in the humid climate of my country. In the rare event something does, it's revolutionary. Some archaic compound bows have, for instance, been unearthed in the dig site at Sinauli (which also turned up some exquisitely well-preserved battle chariots from the same era- 2,000 BCE approximately), and studies still continue as to their historical place and specific circumstances of use. India's climate complicates the whole field of archaeology to the power of a hundred. Egypt, in that respect, is immensely lucky; the dry heat and sand perfectly preserve anything and everything buried there. But the wonderful climate of India is a godsend for daily life and agriculture but a bit of a bummer for an archaeologist itching to dig up a really intriguing spot. Things don't survive very long at all. Items that might have just fallen around, which give a huge insight into daily life in the era in question, are next to impossible to unearth in India. The great war at Kurukshetra, for instance, was a bronze age conflict (3,068 BCE) that had about a million participants. However, archaeologically inspecting that area is nearly impossible since people have been living on that same land for all the millennia since. Furthermore, the bronze rusts as though it's being timed in India's climate; the few antenna swords dug up in the area are too few and far between to make any sort of authoritative archaeological statements. It's difficult. Ritual burials, therefore, which themselves are rare (owing to the fact that the burial tradition died out in the Vedic tradition around 3,000 years ago, giving way to the continuing tradition of cremation in sacred fire), are possibly the only chances of archaeologically corroborating other scholarly findings. It complicates things, to be sure.
Intranet Mês atrás
@Sumanth Ganapathi Basavapatna I don't suppose any ancient era steel bows have been found by archeologists yet? (or would they even survive for 2000+ years in India's warmer and humid climate?)
Sumanth Ganapathi Basavapatna
@Intranet Kautilya dates to the 4th century BCE. And since he merely chronicles the existence of such an implement, we can assume it has existed for a few centuries (at least) before Kautilya. Horn bows were old hat, and had existed for millennia before Kautilya. Unfortunately, we have few surviving texts about ancient Indian armament today (most records were destroyed in the millennium of Islamic invasion and cultural destruction). We need to reconstruct the possibilities from sources like thesauruses, the few remaining technical works, sculpture and other visual arts, literature, and whatever little archaeology turns up for us to deal with. For instance, one of the most popular and reliable thesauruses for the Sanskrit language is that of Amarasimha, called 'Naamalingaanushaasana'- The Precept of Names and Genders. In it, there is a chapter dedicated to words related to Kshaatra, which covers aspects of polity, administration, war, etc. In it, Amarasimha gives us a lot of useful information relating to these topics.
Intranet Mês atrás
@Sumanth Ganapathi Basavapatna Ah, gotcha. I thought you were referring to the 1500s-1700s AD steel bows of the Mughal Empire, as there are quite a few steel bows that have survived from that era and they are often associated with armory fortresses. I was unaware an earlier text also talks about them.
Sumanth Ganapathi Basavapatna
@Intranet I refer to a technical detail from Kautilya's Arthashaastra. While detailing the process of making weapons and the types of armament a good army should have, Kautilya mentions several types of bows, among which is the type called 'Lauha'. The word itself derives from the Sanskrit word 'Loha' which means 'metal' (of any kind). Other kinds of bows include Shaarnga, Kaashtha, etc. (referring to horn and wood constructions respectively).
Anon Commenter
Anon Commenter Mês atrás
Man I love glowing hot metal and the sounds of the hammer clashing against the softened metal. I'm sure I must have been a weaponsmith in my past life because I love bladed weapons
romildo a santos
romildo a santos 3 meses atrás
Legal eu gostei muito, até quero adquirir uma se possível ,peça linda parabéns pelo seu trabalho
Евгений Сакович
Wonderful work!
ralph newcome
ralph newcome Mês atrás
Outstanding work!..Excellent blacksmithing...👍
Michael Burke
Michael Burke 5 meses atrás
Have you seen any issues with rust forming under or around the copper bands? Generally you dont put dissimilar metals together because it causes them to suffer from galvanic corrosion. That's the case in plumbing and I would think it would be here as well. You dont let copper pipes rest on ductwork because of it. I would double check it to see how its holding up over time.
Grégory Fleury
Grégory Fleury 17 dias atrás
@Foster's stubby ASMR and what do you think sweat and acid fat from your hand produce? ;) I use naked steal (swords) regularly and if you touch the blade and don't clean up afterwards with oil, there IS black rust. Everytime. Sometimes you can see fingerprint details.
Foster's stubby ASMR
Foster's stubby ASMR 17 dias atrás
good point but generally without moisture or electricity it doesn’t occur nearly as often
Grégory Fleury
Grégory Fleury 22 dias atrás
@Channelnamehere well, you might find it staring at the sea from the top of a hill, questioning it's very existence and the purpose of it.
Grégory Fleury
Grégory Fleury 22 dias atrás
@Channelnamehere silly me.
Grégory Fleury
Grégory Fleury 23 dias atrás
It doesn't need galvanic corrosion, the simple fact that the steel is naked and touched by hands is enough to initiate rusting process. That's a common problem with swords (we need to oil those frequently) but this bow would be more prone to it since words are used through wood handle, while this bow has a part of the handle which is direct steel and the said steel is structural. This object is beautiful in it's function and aesthetic, but it could be way more practical with protection of the metallic parts. A simple continuity of leather strap for instance to cover the whole handle would help a lot but it would make things worse in the long run (decade speaking) because of acidity if it isn't air tight through a good treatment. And for those people who don't know anything about squat, just remember that the soul of an object is also composed of it's durability and usability. A beautiful sword that can handle time and function is a sword with soul. A sword that can't handle anything has a weak soul.
arcadia 2 meses atrás
Hi, Do you know the bow weight? And any idea about the draw poundage at 28"? I saw only a very few steel bows, some probably tourist made indian ones, and one intresting antique find, from native american origin.
Rosanka Raposa
Rosanka Raposa 4 meses atrás
Muito bom
Miguel Ángel Flecha Molas
Felicitaciones verdad es muy inpirador tu vídeo...entre los mejores,uno de los mejores.Amazing...10...10...10.
Almost Perfect Restoration
Wow! Thank you
Mike powell
Mike powell 4 meses atrás
This is awesome! You are a special kind of human being!
CoyoteJohn 5 meses atrás
I would really like to see this on a proper tillering tree, with a scale attached, as well as a view of the archer during the shot.
Zachary Duncan
Zachary Duncan 23 dias atrás
Admittedly for as cool as this project was, it would have been way cooler had the bow actually been designed to work practically
Geoff Drew
Geoff Drew Mês atrás
The bow is not really a practical alternative to a traditional bow but it was an interesting and well done project
J M 4 meses atrás
Well, that would show the level of uselesness that this bow actually is. So no, you will not.
Mr CJ 4 meses atrás
Guru H
Guru H 26 dias atrás
Nicely made, Wondering what's the draw weight on the bow ?
Michael Johnston
Michael Johnston 2 meses atrás
Great looking bow, but man that really dark soil looks like it will grow some good vegetables! Great looking soil. :)
Fancy Overture
Fancy Overture 2 meses atrás
He legit made spent a week waiting for home made bricks to harden to use in a furnace that was only on screen for a few seconds. Wild dedication, absolutely incredible
Hurcinio Rivera-Lourido
that is a very beautiful bow my friend, I'll give you 100 from out of 10 you really you deserve it
Keeto Lister
Keeto Lister Mês atrás
Just seen this video 5 /12 / 2021 Lot of skills and patience to produce such a great piece workmanship well done very impressive. 👍🇬🇧
Spartan Spartanov
Spartan Spartanov 27 dias atrás
Very good work ! Does it shoot good? How much FPS ~ in your opinion ? Thanks a lot
William Hickey
William Hickey Mês atrás
Fantastic job looks amazing.
NABIL AHMAD 28 dias atrás
amazing how beautiful you have made i love it
Deena 7 meses atrás
That is absolutely fantastic! Amazing work. I'm speechless! You simply don't get better. This is why I predicted 1m + subs for you many videos ago and I am now even more sure of that. Congratulations on a superb pieces of work and thank you! 🧡
Almost Perfect Restoration
Thank you for such positive words, It is always nice to hear such inspiring words from my dear Subscriber :)
Ravigyne Mês atrás
So simple, yet very elegant and beautiful.
John Connell
John Connell 2 meses atrás
The amount of patience that took is beyond my brain's ability to process.😳
Haramasch Abrasir
Haramasch Abrasir Mês atrás
Stunning! Would be nice if you could tell us the draw weight aw well.
つりうぇいぶ! 4 meses atrás
素晴らしいクオリティ! 作ってみたくなりますね😄✨
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noname delete 16 dias atrás
Very beautiful! When he sanded that bow I sanded my bow as well. Btw, why did you sand and than hardened and than sanded again? Couldn't you skip the first sanding?
Rifleman Mês atrás
It would be interesting to compare this leafspring bow to a modern compound bow.
John Greene
John Greene Mês atrás
Awesome job.. would love too have one of your Bows..
Imam _
Imam _ Mês atrás
it’s a perfect beautiful bow 😍
Dennis Wilburn
Dennis Wilburn Mês atrás
Beautiful work of art out of junk. AMAZING!!!
SHINU SHALU 4 meses atrás
Keep it up .u r a good hardworking person, I have liked and subscribed your channel
Almost Perfect Restoration
Thank you mate, i really appreciate that
Donovan Mês atrás
Looks awesome, I'm doubting that was actually what was used to shoot the arrows though
Brian Drew
Brian Drew 4 meses atrás
Very creative and super impressive
Айнур Шакиров
Молодец 👏! Very good 😊
G.s. Shonki
G.s. Shonki 10 dias atrás
Keep it up big bro. You did an awesome job every time . God bless you big bro
7b0ne 22 dias atrás
Dang, that arrow looks mad! Nice bow!
Super Puppy
Super Puppy 2 meses atrás
Very beautiful but I wonder if mixing copper and steel like that will cause an electrolitic reaction causing it to rust? Might not be a problem if the bow never gets wet.
TurrettGaming14 2 meses atrás
It is a amazing! Great work!
Kurenai 24 dias atrás
Cool. I never thought about wrapping like that before.
Марат Миргалиев
Красиво!) Хотелось бы посмотреть на дальность стрельбы ещë. Но сама работа хороша, приятно смотреть. Особенно удивил баланс после обработок. Молодец! )
Дамир Бахтиев
@Григорий Глушко согласен написать можно что угодно, просто иногда хочется верить людям. Здоровья вам и вашим близким
Григорий Глушко
@Дамир Бахтиев тут работы на 3 дня 😂 то что у него не было возможности выделить эти 3 дня сразу это не значит, что работы тут на месяц. А если бы он написал, что 2 года делает?))
Дамир Бахтиев
@Григорий Глушко прочитайте комментарии автора, он пишет что ушло почти месяц. Всем здоровья.
Григорий Глушко
Ну это же не мечь, где нужно лезвие сбалансировать с рукоятью, а тут тупо по центру делаешь и весь секрет. Эта работа может удивить только тех кто не работал с железом. Вообще все на скорую руку сделано, а просмотров миллионы - именно это и удивляет
Renzo Rizzo
Renzo Rizzo 3 meses atrás
Es hermoso. Me encanta
James Welch
James Welch 7 meses atrás
Looks beautiful. Would love to see how it looks at full draw. And what poundage is it?
Toto Toto
Toto Toto 5 meses atrás
Old Humble Distilling Company
Absolutely gorgeous!!
Proving Teddii
Proving Teddii 22 dias atrás
i am so in love! i want an box like that baaaaad, damn just beautiful
RustyDust101 Mês atrás
What an absolute beauty of a bow.
kluaf oz
kluaf oz Mês atrás
Amazing work!!
Tamil content
Tamil content 5 meses atrás
Hard work never fails 🔥🔥🔥
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