AR102 Cross Bow (Basic) 12th century


The crossbows seem to appear during the first crusade. It is so deadly a weapon that the church will forbid its use for fighting among Christians ! It works slowly, two shots per minute where a bowman can draw 12 arrows, but training a crossbowman is a matter of days, where a bowman needs several years. The crossbow will prevail at the end of the middle age, due to the irreversible entry of the city militia in the warfare.

The bow of this replica is bent by hand. Bow and triggering mechanisme are made of steel. Length 82cm, width 80cm. Comes with three bolts.

Beware, even if the mechanism works, it is not made for firing : breaking pieces is possible, resulting in potential damages to the user.

× The mechanisms of our crossbows work, but the bows shall not be tauted at full power. The crossbows are intended for show, and are not proofed for firing.