This simple and plain renaissance crossbow is based on Italian and Spanish pieces from the 16thC.
It is characterised by a plain straight and very slender stock; the width of the nut. The stock is reinforced with steel side plates and a steel bracket on the forestock that mounts the bow.
The crossbow comes with either a gaffe lever or a goats foot lever and can be supplied at 180lbs or 350lbs
Crossbow bolts made to suit your bow, in 3 different varieties and all with ash shafts. If you have purchased a crossbow from me it will come with 3 bolts....
Simple early medieval crossbow styled after the Colletiere a Charavines crossbow. This was most likely a hunting crossbow and features a notch that holds the string and a lever to...
A simple medieval crossbow form, based on manuscript artwork. The bow is yew and the stock is traditional in form, though the crossbows at this time had no stirrup. The...