Thursday, August 30, 2012

The Crossbow Cannon Finished.

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Finally it is finished. Just a few small things to do and then all that is left is to make a display box.

 

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Here the spanning lever is engaged. It works very easy, so spanning the bow is also easy.

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All that’s missing is the quarrel and someone to quarrel with.

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The quivers have 3mm garnets set pave.

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Check the spare quarrels resting in the quivers.

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This quarrel has a bronze point. I will also be making one with a silver point so that any vampires can also be terminated with extreme prejudice.

The whole thing is about 300mm long and weighs 700 grams.

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Even though they blunt practice quarrels, they still go through two empty beer tins.

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The business end of the trigger wheel.

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The rear to the cross bow is held together with a 18ct smoky quartz set in silver.

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I paved small diamonds in the wheel rims. These are necessary because only diamond can enter a Dragons lair and not burn up. Trust me on this one, I know these things.

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Locked and loaded.

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I like the lines. Click on the pictures to make them big.

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