Late Medieval Stone Bow, Bullet-Shooting Crossbow
A bullet-shooting crossbow, sometimes referred to as “stone bow”, is a modified version of the classic crossbow. The bow was usually constructed with wood or steel, depending on the preference. It typically utilizes bullets and stones as projectiles instead of the traditional quarrel. This decorative reconstruction of a so-called bullet-shooting crossbow from the late Middle Ages / Renaissance, commonly referred to as a stone bow, has a leather-bound wooden prod fitted onto a wooden stock. The locking mechanism, trigger and all other fittings are crafted from brass. This material and the embellishments gracing the lock and the fork (fore-sight) give this deluxe version a nobler appearance more befitting of the higher walks of life.More information
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