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    Post by Rizzar Sat May 24, 2014 4:13 am

    Hey guys!

    I´ve been building a KMG-style belt grinder for some time now (recently slowed down a bit) but once that is done I am planning to spend some more time on a couple of more extravagant crossbows.

    I decided to give you a peek onto my recent purchases (though I made my own prods I got these special ones made for me).
    All three are made by Jens Sensfelder and an extraordinary example of his great prodmaking experience.

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    Concerning the size the ordinary front one is 25,4" long and has a quite good drawweight :-D

    I am looking forward to go back into crossbow building soon, but my freetime is getting rarer since I decided to go to university again.
    So despite this picture do not expect to see a rush of crossbows by me in the near future :-(

    Greetings Rizzar
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    Post by Hermit Sat May 24, 2014 7:02 am

    Hi Rizz.
            Good to see you back and posting again.Since you have been A.W.O.L,there has been  recent postings with videos,by Patandjali on R.D.T. crossbows,their construction,and ballistics.Check them out,I'm sure you will be interested,and you may even decide to build.Good to see you posting again,and to hear things are going well with you.
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    Post by mac Sat May 24, 2014 8:10 am

    Very handsome prods, Rizzar.  Herr Sensfelder does good work.

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