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    Bull-pup crossbow project

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    Unsure of the strength of trigger mech

    Post by B.Cheers on Sat Nov 10, 2012 12:48 am

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    Hey hows it going everyone
    After finishing my first crossbow i learn quite abit of better trigger design and after having a look around on here i found a bull-pup trigger mech that i think will work quite well. However today i drew out the stock and cut out the trigger mech in cardboard and found that the pivot point between the trigger and latch are not straight, will this effect pull and strain on the latch. Also i was thinking of building the release out of a boat roller since there cheap brand new and are a high compound plastic will this be able to stand up to a 100lb plus leaf spring prod.
    But i will post up the progress of my mk2 crossbow since my inbuilt cocking lever may interest some people.


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    Re: Bull-pup crossbow project

    Post by Gäst on Wed Nov 28, 2012 4:50 am

    Thanks for the upload,it appears to be very powerful Very Happy
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    Re: Bull-pup crossbow project

    Post by kenh on Wed Nov 28, 2012 7:10 am

    Really lookin' good! That's quite the wallaby whacker you've built!
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    Re: Bull-pup crossbow project

    Post by Todd the archer on Wed Nov 28, 2012 2:34 pm

    Very nice looks like it has a hefty draw to it. any idea how much?



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    Re: Bull-pup crossbow project

    Post by B.Cheers on Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:35 pm

    @Todd the archer the draw is 7.28 inchs as for the draw weight not too sure would be just over 100 pound.

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