Bound-in bows (hemp, linen or flax cord) were most common in all periods, but are not readily disassembled. “Bow iron” mountings were found on many military and some sporting bows from the 15th through the 17th centuries. They’re strong, handsome, and easily disassembled.
Available on: Flemish Arbalist, Germanic, Maximilian, Padre Island, Straight, Western Bows
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