32375Re: [SCA-Archery] sources for crossbow parts
- Oct 31, 2012Greetings from Nordwache,The company of Atchem has been a great place to acquire metal parts for building a Crossbow, but once ordered make sure your not in a hurry for their products...! I placed an order in late September and still I'm waiting. This company puts out very good parts and I hear it is worth the wait.Now to the Wood Stock and if you are looking for a great craftsman in building you one, then contact Renny Ridgway at (253)-670-6092 and he will direct you to his web-site so you can see his stocks, also will guide you through the process of building a quality crossbow.In service,Michael of BoultonFrom: Frank Schalles <francisschalles@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 8:14 AM
Subject: Re: [SCA-Archery] sources for crossbow parts
Greetings from Ansteorra!
Here is a site for steel prods and other items including roller nuts.
One note: I understand that aluminum prods can develop stress fractures
after a while. Just a thought about choosing steel over Al.
Ld. Francois de Lion
Barony of Bonwicke,
Kingdom of AnsteorraOn Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 1:28 AM, lekervere <edwoodguy@...> wrote:
I'm exploring building a crossbow. I'm having trouble finding prods for sale. I remember a site two computers ago that had a variety of weights of aluminum prods, but I can't seem to find them. I suspect someone on this list has sources. Where should I look to buy a prod, and maybe a stirrup and nut?
Edward le Kervere
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