1. Search and cut the stick. Go outdoors with a handsaw and pruner to find the wood for your bow. Find a living tree or tree with a diameter of at least ½ centimeters. Cut a small shaft or limb with a hand saw. Remove branches or small limbs with secateurs. Stretch the impact or glue it so that it falls under the belly when one end is placed on the ground.
2. Wrap the rope around the top of the bow. Put the bow on the floor. Wrap a thin, strong string tightly around the top of your bow. Join the node in the string.
Consider using knitted nylon cords.
3. Cut and bend the bow. Move the bow and place the top of the fall on the ground. Use a precise knife to create a notch across the bottom of the sheet. Place pressure on the end of the bow to bend it.
The shoulder must be thick enough for your chip to sit.
4. Slide the bow. Pull the rope tightly over the length of the arch and over the end, letting the cord sit in the notch you have created. Twist the cord 6 to 8 times around the bar, then tie the knot in the cord.
5. Lay the electrical tape on the arc and the cable. Wrap with a string with an electric belt to secure the ends. Rotate the middle of the bow with an electrical tape to create a handle. Place a small piece of tape around the middle of the string to indicate where the arrow is leaking.
6. Create arrows. To create arrows, you need wooden dowels, electrical tape and springs.
Cut the ¼ inch or 5/16 inch wooden dowels 18 to 24 inches long.
Cut a feather in half with an exact-o knife.
Use an exact-o knife to slit the end of the arrow.
Place a piece of electrical tape around the top and bottom of the dowel.
Glue one half of the feather to each side of the arrow near the end.