This medieval crossbow is typical of many 15thC munition quality war crossbows so it is plain and rather blocky. Bow irons came in around 1400 though lashing was also still used and so this bow, like the majority, is lashed.
This medieval crossbow is 350lbs in draw weight, so cannot be drawn by hand and so comes with a goats foot lever and 3 bolts.
The draw string is brown on the available bow.
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