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Setting you your bastard clampsEver wanted to know how a bastard clamp was used? This is the basic setup!

Note that the rope used here is far too long. It should be only slightly longer that the width of the prod.
12/22/13 at 14:47angel: un sistema eficaz para cambiar la cuerda.Me gustar...
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04/16/12 at 16:36Geezer: A fancy rivet that reinforces the prod-socket.
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04/16/12 at 16:36Geezer: A bowsmith's mark... different from the other...
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04/16/12 at 16:33Geezer: Though actual slotted screws are uncommon in artif...
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04/16/12 at 16:31Geezer: As is commonly the case, the bolt-rest is missing.
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04/16/12 at 16:30Geezer: even though shot square-on this pic nicely shows t...
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04/16/12 at 16:29Geezer: Note this tickler trigger/guard is only slightly s...
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04/16/12 at 16:27Geezer: Though the shaft is @ 5/8 in. diameter, it is tape...
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04/16/12 at 16:26Geezer: The first time I saw this bolt, it had one parabol...
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04/16/12 at 16:23Geezer: As is common with Central European bows, this one ...
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04/16/12 at 16:21Geezer: The hemp string is about as thick as my forefinger...
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04/16/12 at 16:20Geezer: The flat spatulate bit on the angle of the tickler...
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