Primitive Technology: Bow and Arrow

Primitive Technology: Bow and Arrow

Northern Olive (Chionansis ramifolia) Cutting wood with stone hatchet from an earlier video Splitting log with a stone chisel Notice that the wood twists Splitting off wood from one side of one end Turn bow around and remove wood from the opposite side at the other end Now the wood is straight Tapering the width of the bow to the tips Tappering the depth of the bow to the tips Narrowing the handle width slightly. The depth of the handle is left alone it is to keep it stiff. String notches. Finished stave Unknown tree with fibrous bark Stripping bark This type of tree is resilient and grows back quickly Separating inner bark fiber Separating inner bark strips A strip of fiber is twisted clockwise. Then it is wound anti clockwise around the other strip and so on. By doing this the fibers will stay together due to being unable to unravel More lengths of fiber can be added to lengthen the cord by twisting them onto the ends of the other fibers Finished string A loop is put onto one end of the bow and the other end is tied on while the bow is bent with the knee using 2 half hitches Bow is slightly asymetrical Wood is scraped off to make it bend evenly Finished bow Cutting a sapling Scrapping off bark Carving a string nock at the narrow end of the stick A bush turkey Some feathers dropped by a bush turkey Splitting feathers Cutting one feather into three parts Stripping ends of feathers Tree resin Sticking feather on with resin (feathers make arrows fly straight) Lashing feather with bark fiber strand Fire sharpening the thick end of arrow Trimming feather with a hot coal 6 arrows Using bark to make a quiver Shooting a log target at 10 meters Arrow sticks in well Bow and Arrows

Danny Hutson

100 thoughts on “Primitive Technology: Bow and Arrow

  1. земель, тебе бы инженером работать или изобретателем, вот пользы бы принес обществу и стране

  2. As an archer, I have to inform you that you shouldn't hold the bow sideways like you're doing. Hold the bow so it's straight up and down, and attempt to draw such that your knuckles rest at your cheekbone, so you get a proper full draw. A 35-pound bow drawn to the maximum draw length should be plenty sufficient for hunting. If you don't draw the bow all that way you lose a lot of power.

  3. Эх хороша австралийская природа, вот бы кто на Урале попробовал бы выжить с примитивной технологией)
    А так молодец 🤝👍

  4. Wouldnt it be so annoying if at the end of the video he just said "now remember to like subscribe and hit that bell so you never miss an upload"

  5. Hey hello hi greeting! Why call it premetive when they are still using it the same way ? Thank-you keep smiling lol

  6. Все так делает без ножей типа только природные ресурсы , Так заебаш себе штаны из крапивы , хуля ты в рынке таришся )))))

  7. Сейчас такие видео миллионы просмотров набирают, модно что ли? А нука сына заводи коня, поехали в лес

  8. Я верю! Будущее за бичами! В лесу. Много роликов просмотрел, дёшево и сердито. Это не смешно, это круто! Но ,вы поняли!

  9. Как Ему не страшно когда человек с камерой ходит (даже близко)??..🤔🤣

  10. Русские есть? Если да, то го поможеш набрать 1м подписчиков без видео

  11. Cut, cut, cut… Hide the file.. Add more bird sounds, and for goodness sake if u actually spend that amount of time shirtless outside u should have a tan.. A+ on deception though. Someone get this guy a Hollywood job!

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