Markus Gustavson: you stupid, bows in Wood suck, dont make Your bow in Wood, carbon or something...
Bert Hagens: people go on ski vacation once and buy full gear, then after like 5 years they sell theirgear for real cheap because its rotting away somewhere in their garage.
Zack Bertin: nice job fella. im working on my second one. the first has straight oak limbs. got some skiis for this one. did u use downhill skiis? i snagged some cross country fisher skiis and it dosent seem like the tapper needs fixing.
ObeWan DaNoobie: Your city is so beautiful. Where is this place ?
Paul Parker: Hahaha 'the rabbit goes out the hole, around the tree, and then back down the hole', I thought I was the only person who remembered it this way! :)
Tom K.: You can buy old used one for 2-4 bucks :D This shoudn't be a problem :D
4everlikemary: It's super cool! I have my own bow for archery but never thought about making one myself! Now i really wanna make one!
LuisVasDeCamoes: are you crazy? why the hell would i destroy my skis even though i dont have any
Viktor G: If your looking for skis got to cash converters, I saw a pair of sports skis for $5 last time
WV591: Have to be careful buying skis some have air core channel. not solid in the middle.
Ed Drow: If you say "sorry for the wind" means that your a airbender
CP17787: To counteract the curve of the skis, consider back-mounting. Black widow bows make really expensive, back-mounted takedowns if you'd like something to look up for a model. The taper on the skis I picked up is fairly abrupt on the top, example: top of ski -- /| -- bottom. If you do this you will need to make sure your mounting surface is stronger toward the ends of the riser. I would also recommend using a "floating" limb mounting system as opposed to the "fitted" system.
NanoRobotGeek: i found second hand skis for 1 dollar pick up only =P
DMdrifterHp: thx, very nice videos :) could you please add subtitles? not all people can handle technical sides of English language
Stoney Lonsome: I like everything except the finish on the limbs and the way they attach. I would prefer a way to remove and attach them without needing any tools. I also noticed that on my Fred Bear 76er take down bow the limbs are wrapped with some kind of rubber on the ends that attach, it tightens them and quietens the bow considerably. It also reduces wear on the limbs in this crucial area. Just some suggestions, thanks for sharing.
Noah Zahn: there are bows on ebay that cost 40$
Cody Folsom: The reason it damages your veins is the rock on the arrow needs to be turned so that two veins touch the felt not one or one is in the direct path to be sliced off
romeo guzman: obviously ur bow is so wide that it has too much air drag and it will decrease the power to flex back
cameron williams: Hey meanman i have made a bow of of your tut and have a video showing it and thanking you for it so plz go and check the video btw can you plz leave your email plz so i can keep in touch with you. Thanks again and have a great xmas thx.
Bill Smith: Most of the used skis on ebay will cost you $50 or more plus sometimes a very high shipping fee.
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