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Osage Bow Build.

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In this video I demonstrates chasing a ring, roughout and floor tillering, heat treating, as well as handle and string construction.

How to Make an Osage Bow

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A class with Dan Santana Bows. Making an osage flatbow with hand tools, from stave to bow. Build notes: 🤍 The unique music in this video is from my friend and cousin in Uruguay—Marcos Topolanski Quintero. Download his tracks on iTunes, and also check him out on Instagram, Spotify, and here on YouTube. 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Making an Osage War Bow, TWICE!

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Today in the shop we are celebrating our 100th video on YouTube by making a 100 pound draw war bow made from Osage Orange. I show you the steps of marking, shaping, rawhide backing, tillering, and finishing a bow that would serve you well in an archery battle for the ages. Thank you all so much for all the support over our last 99 videos. Without your views, comments, likes, and support, we would be where we are. Also, thank you to all of our friends and family who have contributed much to make the channel what it is today. To see the video where I made the new tillering tree, view our "Building a Tillering Tree” video here... 🤍 To see the creation of my Osage Orange bow, using the previous tillering tree, check out our "Making a Longbow: Osage Orange" video here... 🤍 To see the video where I made the custom bow string, view our "Making a Bow String with Flemish Twist Loops" video here... 🤍 Check out our podcast, The Art of Craftsmanship Podcast, where just just posted our 100th episode, and where we talk about making things, shop tips, fun stories, and YouTube content creation here... 🤍k/show/the-art-of-craftsmanship/ If you are interested, please follow us on Instagram 🤍theartofcraftsmanship and 🤍theartofcameraguy to see what’s happening in the shop on a daily basis, and catch sneak peeks of our up coming videos. To those of you who feel like you got something special from our videos and want to know how you can support us further, head over and check out our Patreon page here... 🤍

GOLDEN Osage BOW History & Building! "Hand Tools Only"

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Osage orange is a fantastic bow wood! This is an introduction into Osage orange, and meant to be a lighthearted video! I hope you enjoy! Shop My Companies Products: 🤍 ✅ Handmade Custom Bowstrings | Armguards | Quivers | Archery Tabs | Bowstringers ➡️ 🤍 MY FAVORITE PRODUCTS & RESOURCES! ⬇️ 🏹 Archery Gear 🏹 1️⃣ A Great Budget bow 🏹 🤍 [Amazon] ➕ My Review on the bow! 🤍 2️⃣ My Favorite BUDGET Arrows 🤍 [Amazon] ➡️ Hands Down My FAVORITE Arrows! 🤍 [Amazon] 3️⃣ The Most Durable Target EVER! 🤍 [Amazon] 🪓 MY FAVORITE WORKSHOP TOOLS 🪓 ⬇️ Bow Making Tools: 🛠 Wood Scraper :🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 My Favorite Rasp: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Best Draw Knife: 🤍 [Amazon] Power Tools: 🛠 Cheap Rotary Tool: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Invincible Orbital Sander: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Off-brand Drill that lasts FOREVER: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Time Saving Bandsaw: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Long-Lasting Belt Sander: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Oscillating Spindle Sander: 🤍 [Amazon] Hand Tools: 🛠 Heavy Duty Calipers: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 6” Killer Clamps: 🤍 [Amazon] Kramers Camera Gear: 📸 1️⃣ Bluetooth Headphones: Listen to great content while working! 🤍 [Amazon] 2️⃣ Kramers Main Camera: 🤍 [Amazon] 3️⃣ Kramers Favorite Lense: 🤍 [Amazon] 4️⃣ Gimbal For Smooth Footage: 🤍 [Amazon] 5️⃣ Great Value Camera Lights: 🤍 [Amazon] 6️⃣ Heavy Duty Tripod: 🤍 [Amazon] *Affiliate links were used in this description* #kramerammons #traditionalarchery #bowmaking

Building Osage Self bows with Clay Hayes - Start to Finish!

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This past spring I met up with Mark and Jimmy from the Vortex Nation Podcast to help them build two awesome Osage Orange Selfbows. This bow building video is the first in a three part series they produced. This video covers the entire process of how to build a wooden longbow from stave to finished self bow. It's a complete guide. We start with a whole log and use wedges to split it into bow staves. From there we chase a ring, draw the bow's profile and use a draw knife to cut the bow to shape. Then comes tillering, the process of shaving off wood so that the bow limbs bend evenly and we reach the draw weight we're after. In the second video we'll take these new primitive bows out for an archery lesson and some stump shooting. Don't forget to subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video each week that features one of the following topics: archery, bow hunting, bow building, survival skills, bushcraft, self reliance, primitive skills, primitive bows, hunting, camping, fishing, and a lot more! Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! Backpacks - 🤍 Archery Gear - 🤍 Tents & Tarps - 🤍 Binoculars - 🤍 Broadheads - 🤍 Arrow Shafts - 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

Building an osage selfbow slideshow - traditional archery build

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I build an osage selfbow start to finish in pics.

Making a Longbow: Osage Orange

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I’m really excited to be building a longbow from Osage Orange in this video. This will be the first time I’ve completed a bow on video and it’s fun to break these type of projects down for you. Although it was a challenge, it was definitely worth the trouble. This type of long bow, which is actually a flatbow, because of the flat, rectangular shaped limbs, being made from one continuous piece of wood from tip to tip, is called a selfbow. I’ll walk you through the steps of picking out a stave, chasing a growth ring, laying out the measurements of your bow, to finally tillering it to your final draw weight. Thank you all for watching and I hope you are inspired to start, or continue, your own bow making adventure. Here is the link to The Homestead Craftsman's draw horse video, where I took inspiration when building my draw horse. 🤍 To those of you who feel like you got something special from our videos and want to know how you can supports us further, we have just launched our Patreon page here... 🤍

How to Build an Osage Bow with Ryan Gill of HuntPrimitive

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This is a full bow making tutorial with the Master-craft primitive bowyer, Ryan Gill of HuntPrimitive. Ryan turns a stave of Osage Orange wood into a hunting bow in methods easy to follow and recreate for both novice and experiences bow builders. For more detailed information check out the links below The book on Primitive Bow Building, by Ryan Gill 🤍 The free-use HuntPrimitive How-to Directory 🤍

Osage Hunting bow by Gill's Primitive Archery

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This and other bow models, as well as arrows, hunting points, quivers, atlatls and more can be found at 🤍gillsprimitivearchery.com and please follow Gill's Primitive Archery on Facebook. 🤍

Making the Comanche Bow, A Bow Maker's Journey

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The Comanche people of the Great Plains were powerful warriors who used brilliant war-like tactics to strike fear into enemy tribes, settlers, and the US Calvary. They crafted osage orange short bows to hunt buffalo and defend themselves against powerful forces. In this extensive video, Jeff from Primitive Lifeways takes you throughout the entire process of making and producing the Comanche style short bow. Visit My website here: 🤍 I have an in person pottery making workshop coming up. Check it out here: 🤍 Buy replica pottery here: 🤍 Send me an email: Jeff🤍PrimitiveLifeways.com Follow us on Facebook: 🤍

Osage Orange Pyramid Bow by Flagella Dei - Review

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More info here: 🤍 Hey, if you like what I do, please consider subscribing and sharing. Thank you If you want to see even more bow reviews, you can support my Patreon project here: 🤍 Subscribe! 🤍 Email me! maltaarchery🤍gmail.com Armin Hirmer Malta Archery 100 Triq Annibale Preca Lija LJA 1915 Malta

Osage Orange Flatbow by Flagella Dei - Review

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More info here: 🤍 Hey, if you like what I do, please consider subscribing and sharing. Thank you If you want to see even more bow reviews, you can support my Patreon project here: 🤍 Subscribe! 🤍 Email me! maltaarchery🤍gmail.com Armin Hirmer Malta Archery 100 Triq Annibale Preca Lija LJA 1915 Malta

Osage orange identification, harvesting, and cutting for bow staves

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Osage Orange is one of the best tree species we have for building selfbows. This video covers how to identify osage orange, what to look for in terms of quality, how to identify a good bow stave, and how to cut bow staves safely. Harvesting osage can be a challenge due to the tangled tops and thick growing conditions. I'm attending the Oklahoma Selfbow Jamboree, OJAM, and the hosts were kind enough to let us harvest some bow wood on their property. One of the most difficult things about harvesting osage bow staves is getting the trees to drop once cut. Due to the thick growing conditions, the tops often get tangled with one another making it difficult to safely get the logs on the ground. Osage has thorns, furrowed bark and often grows in association with elm and locust in bottom land forests along creeks. These staves were harvested in spring when there were no fruits so other features are used in identification. Harvest time matters little in my opinion. In future videos we'll split bow staves and follow a few bow building beginners through the process at the OJAM in central Oklahoma. Making your own traditional archery equipment, or even your own self bow or longbow is a great way to get more involved with archery and bow hunting, improve your self reliance, bushcraft, and survival skills. Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

How fast is a Primitive Bow? Sinew backed osage recurve

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I took the back sinew from the bull elk I killed this September and backed the osage bow that killed him. Backing this bow with sinew drew it into a reflex and added about six pounds to the draw weight. The standard for measuring speed of a traditional bow, whether it be a selfbow, longbow, or recurve, is to shoot an arrow weighing 10 grains per pound of draw weight. This combination is right at that. This bow and arrow have the following specs. 57lb bow, 29 inch draw, 565 grain arrow. Although it is possible to build sinew backed bows that will shoot a lot faster than this, the speed of this bow in combination with it's durable and accurate design make it a very practical hunting bow that rivals the performance of any modern material traditional bow. If you're into archery or primitive technology consider signing up at 🤍patreon.com/clayhayes or taking an in person bow building class. Don't forget to subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video each week that features one of the following topics: bowhunting, bow building, survival skills, bushcraft, self reliance, primitive skills, primitive bows, hunting, camping, fishing, and a lot more! Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! 🤍 🤍 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

Building a Snakey Osage Orange SelfBow - Start to Finish

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This week we're back with another traditional bow building video, building a snakey osage orange selfbow from start to finish. We'll start with a seasoned osage bow stave and use a draw knife to remove the bark. Then we chase a ring to get the bow's back to one single growth ring. I'm using a very basic bow building tool kit on this one - for the most part just a draw knife and farrier's rasp. I'll take you through laying the bow out, drawing the limb profiles, roughing out the bow and final tillering. When we're all done I strap on a bow quiver, load it up with arrows and head out to the pasture to shoot a few arrows. This longbow has slightly reflexed tips but you could use the same heat bending techniques to make a recurve bow if desired. For the most part this is an ASMR video but you should be able to see what's going on if you want to use this as a guide for building your own osage longbow. But i do have other videos on the channel that explain primitive bow making in depth. Don't forget to subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video each week that features one of the following topics: archery, bow hunting, bow building, survival skills, bushcraft, self reliance, primitive skills, primitive bows, hunting, camping, fishing, and a lot more! Surviving Alone by Clay Hayes - 🤍 Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! Backpacks - 🤍 Archery Gear - 🤍 Tents & Tarps - 🤍 Binoculars - 🤍 Arrow Shafts - 🤍 Clothing - 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

Shooting The Awesome New “If Bows”Osage Self Bow Taking My Traditional Bowhunting Next Level!

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Join me for some shooting with the Osage Self Bow! This is the most addictive bow ever and a really cool new way to up the game with your traditional archery and bowhunting!

Osage Orange Self Bow 58” deflex recurve (Unbacked)

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In this video I bring you guys along on a 9 months journey hand crafting a 58” osage self bow. This bow is Unbacked and is pulling 43# at 28” This bow was inspired by the horns of the Cape buffalo. It’s shortness gives the archer piece of mind shooting from a tree stand or ground blind. The deflex in the handle allows this bow to be drawn safely to 28”

Osage orange hybrid selfbow build.(deflex reflex) extreme heat bending.

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In this video I show you guys the steps I take in putting extreme heat bending in the limbs and handle section.

Osage Bow Experiment-The Shorter the Better!

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Will a 47-inch osage orange self-bow outperform its transformation to a 42-inch self-bow? Lets test the FPS, draw weight and draw length of both and you be the judge.

Making an Osage Recurve Selfbow

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Today we are in the shop dreaming of the upcoming seasons. After breaking my selfbow last fall, I’m in need of another. Pull up a chair and join me in my shop while I try to make one. Go easy on me, I’m still green in bow making. #selfbows #recurvebow #diyhunting #osagebow #osagestave

Self Bow Building: Osage Orange

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🤍 🤍 🤍 The Roots School Bow Building course occurs every winter in Central Vermont. This course brings the student from a seasoned stave to a finished, hunting weight long bow. Although mostly workshop, a series of several short lectures are given to expand on subjects such as: wood selection and harvesting, bow design and performance, tillering, and instinctive shooting. The class covers primitive bow building on a conceptual level as well as each step in the technical process from peeling back the bark to twisting your own strings. We will also discuss the bow in the context of survival skills. This class is a tremendous experience whether you are a hunter looking to hunt with your own handmade tackle or a lover of archery and its long history looking for a new bow to enjoy and shoot.

Osage Orange Short Bow-40 inches - "Pawnee"

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This is a 40 inch osage orange native style bow which shoots at 53 pounds at 22 inches. It weighs less than 8 ounces.

Osage Recurve Selfbow Build

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This week my oldest boy Coye is building his own Osage recurve selfbow. He's outgrown his last traditional bow and, with some bow hunting trips coming up, he needed a new one. He shows how to build a selfbow from start to finish, including tillering, cutting the nocks in, and finally shooting his new bow. Building a wood bow from a stave isn't hard, it just takes some practice. We're just getting ready to head out hog hunting now and both kids will have their bow and arrows along. With us luck! Don't forget to subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video each week that features one of the following topics: archery, bow hunting, bow building, survival skills, bushcraft, self reliance, primitive skills, primitive bows, hunting, camping, fishing, and a lot more! Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! 🤍 🤍 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

How to deal with knots on an osage bow stave - self bow building

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Knots on the back of an osage self bow stave can be one of the most intimidating parts of the bow making process. This video shows how Clay Hayes works around a knot to chase a ring on the back of an osage orange bow stave. The entire primitive bow building process is covered in detail in the Traditional Bowyer's Handbook as well as on Clay's Patreon site. Chasing a ring on an osage stave is one of the first steps in making a longbow, recurve, or other wood bow. If you're interested in traditional archery, survival, self reliance, sustainable living, hunting, bowhunting, and homesteading, go ahead and subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video every week. Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! 🤍 🤍 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

How to split bow staves from Osage or other bow wood

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Bow building begins with harvesting a tree and splitting bow staves from the log. When splitting bow staves from logs, there are a few things to take into consideration. You'll need at least two wedges and preferably 4 or 5 of different sizes. These are important bow building tools. Long thin wedges or an axe head work well for starting the split, while shorter wider wedges work well for opening up the log and separating the staves. Here, we're splitting bow staves from Osage orange but this technique will work well for most bow wood like hickory, elm, red oak, maple, etc. Start with a thin wedge or axe head in the small end of the log. The most important thing is to keep the two halves roughly equal in size. After that, look for knots or other imperfections that may affect how many staves you can get from a log. Building a primitive bow, longbow, recurve bow, or selfbow from start to finish is a very satisfying experience even if you never intend to go bow hunting. It is a valuable skill to have if you're looking to expand your archery, self reliance, bushcraft, and survival skills. Hunting with a bow and arrow, especially one that you've made yourself, requires great patience and woodsmanship. In a future video I'll cover the making of a survival bow from eastern red cedar and rawhide backing. From live tree to deadly weapon in three days! Subscribe to stay up to date on new bow making videos. Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Bow Review: Viking Bow in osage orange by Flagella Dei

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Amazing looking bow, raw and pure. Just like it has to be. Shoots quite impressively, of course with a bit hand shock and vibration. But this is to be expected with a bow like this. Fun to shoot and a piece of real history. Please subscribe to my channel! 🤍 Facebook me! 🤍 Facebook me! 🤍 Email me! maltaarchery🤍gmail.com Armin Hirmer Malta Archery 100 Triq Annibale Preca Lija LJA 1915 Malta

Making an Osage Orange Bow (Part 1 of 4)

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In this video series we embark on a fun, yet painful journey making an Osage Orange bow. In a wilderness survival situation, primitive skills, bushcraft, and wilderness living skills can save your life. In this video we focus on primitive technology. If you enjoyed this video, give it a thumbs up, share it on social media and subscribe to Primitive Lifeways on YouTube. Find my website here: 🤍 Paiute Deadfall Trap: 🤍 How to Make a Bow Sting (part 1) 🤍 How to make a Bow string (part2) 🤍 River Cane Arrows(part 1) 🤍 River Cane Arrows(part 2) 🤍 River Cane Arrows(part 3) 🤍 Swiss Multitool 🤍 Bushcraft, Primitive Skills, Primitive Technology, Wilderness Living, Survival, Survival Skills, Primitive Survival, Desert Survival, Wilderness Survival, Emergency Preparedness, Outdoor Skills, Outdoor Living, Edible Plants, Medicinal Plants

Designing a Snakey Osage Bow

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Snakey Osage staves make beautiful and unique bows but they can be intimidating if you've never tackled one before. The biggest challenge can be laying out the bow on the stave to correctly follow the wavy grain. This video takes you step by step through the process of designing and laying out a snakey osage bow.

(For Sale) Osage Orange Short Bow

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The Osage Bow Part 1

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BE STRONGER THAN YOUR BOW-AIMING A OSAGE HOLMEGAARD LONGBOW

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HERE I DESCRIBE THE IMPORTANCE OF STRENGTH TRAINING FOR ACCURACY. NOTHING CAN MAKE YOU STEADIER THAN STRENGTH.

Osage bow nearly shatters on me!

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In this video, I give tips on tillering as I am refinishing an Osage bow I built a long time ago. The stave is now a bow in that it has a string on it. It is close to shooting!!!! The bow nearly brakes on me as I am tillering it. I think I fixed it but I sure hope it does not shatter.

Making a Recurve Self Bow, Hand Tools Only, in Silence - ASMR style

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This week we're back in the bow making shop whipping out an osage orange recurve self bow. No talking, no explanation other than what you see. Just straight up primitive bow building. If you're into the ASMR stuff, this one's for you. We'll start with a bow stave and use simple hand tools to cut, scrape, and rasp a recurve bow from the wood. Don't forget to subscribe to the channel. We're uploading a new video each week that features one of the following topics: archery, bow hunting, bow building, survival skills, bushcraft, self reliance, primitive skills, primitive bows, hunting, camping, fishing, and a lot more! Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! Backpacks - 🤍 Archery Gear - 🤍 Tents & Tarps - 🤍 Binoculars - 🤍 Broadheads - 🤍 Arrow Shafts - 🤍 Clothing - 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

how to break a self Osage bow

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Arcul e construit din creanga de osage . in concluzie ,arcurile se fac din busteni nu din crengi.

Sinew Backing an Osage Bow

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This is what is used to sinew back a short bow and what it looks like before and after sinewing

How to build a Bamboo backed Osage reflex deflex long bow

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a Bamboo backed osage reflex deflex long bow is a great way to get started into bow building if you're' not quite ready to tackle a selfbow or primitive bow from scratch. The process combines techniques from both the selfbow and laminate bow building processes. This video will show you step by step how to build a laminated longbow from natural materials that are readily available from archery supply houses like 3Rivers. With some slight modifications to the process, you could also make a recurve or straight limbed Howard Hill style long bow using the same techniques. Although these bows are a little different than the wood bows I'm accustomed to making, it was relatively easy to build and shot well. These bows would be a great way to become more involved with archery and would make an excellent choice for bow hunting or target archery. Big thanks to our partners who help support these videos! 🤍 🤍 🤍 You can also connect with me on my other media outlets! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

Making A Laminated Recurve Bow "Bamboo, Osage, Maple, & IPE"

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Hand making a bamboo-backed Osage recurve bow with maple and IPE handle. Shop My Companies Products: 🤍 ✅ Handmade Custom Bowstrings | Armguards | Quivers | Archery Tabs | Bow-stringers ➡️ 🤍 💯 The Shatterproof Ultimate Armguard on Amazon Prime!: 🤍 [Amazon] 💯 The Shatterproof Essential Armguard on Amazon Prime! 🤍 [Amazon] Thanks for all of the support it is because of you that Shatterproof Archery continues to grow and make a difference! MY FAVORITE PRODUCTS & RESOURCES! ⬇️ 🏹 Archery Gear 🏹 1️⃣ A Great Budget bow 🏹 🤍 [Amazon] ➕ My Review on the bow! 🤍 2️⃣ My Favorite BUDGET Arrows 🤍 [Amazon] ➡️ Hands Down My FAVORITE Arrows! 🤍 [Amazon] 3️⃣ The Most Durable Target EVER! 🤍 [Amazon] 🪓 MY FAVORITE WORKSHOP TOOLS 🪓 ⬇️ Bow Making Tools: 🛠 Wood Scraper :🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 My Favorite Rasp: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Best Draw Knife: 🤍 [Amazon] Power Tools: 🛠 Cheap Rotary Tool: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Invincible Orbital Sander: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Off-brand Drill that lasts FOREVER: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Time Saving Bandsaw: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Long-Lasting Belt Sander: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 Oscillating Spindle Sander: 🤍 [Amazon] Hand Tools: 🛠 Heavy Duty Calipers: 🤍 [Amazon] 🛠 6” Killer Clamps: 🤍 [Amazon] Kramers Camera Gear: 📸 1️⃣ Bluetooth Headphones: Listen to great content while working! 🤍 [Amazon] 2️⃣ Kramers Main Camera: 🤍 [Amazon] 3️⃣ Kramers Favorite Lense: 🤍 [Amazon] 4️⃣ Gimbal For Smooth Footage: 🤍 [Amazon] 5️⃣ Great Value Camera Lights: 🤍 [Amazon] 6️⃣ Heavy Duty Tripod: 🤍 [Amazon] *Affiliate links were used in this description* #kramerammons #recurvebow #bowmaking

Heat bending an osage selfbow - Traditional archery

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My method of bending tips on an a osage selfbow

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