Apocalypse Arsenal: DIY PVC Bow and Arrow


In an earlier blog we discussed how to build your own crossbow at home – but for many of us, we want a more simple build that packs similar power. So in our journey for knowledge across the world-wide web, we discovered these 2 different   tutorials and demos on how you can build your own custom bow and arrow from PVC piping and other basic home supplies.
These are some great ideas for improvised weapons, hunting tools, and training items in case of a major collapse or societal breakdown – but even if things never turn south, this build is a great and inexpensive way to create your own tool for hunting or hobby.

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