|Cross-bow with Goats Foot Lever
|Cross-bow with goats foot lever. From an Anglo-Saxon miniature of the 11th century. In the Library of the British Museum.
|Cross-Bow With Goats Foot Lever From A Mural Painting In the Cathedral of Brunswick
|Cross-bow with goats foot lever from a mural painting in the Cathedral of Brunswick.
|15th Century German Cross-bow With Windlass
|German cross-bow with windlass, from the 15th century. The rests x are placed about 6 inches below the nut. In the Imperial Gewehrkammer, Vienna.
|Windlass For German Cross-bow
|Windlass for German cross-bow.
|Swiss cross-bow of the 15th century.
|Windlass For Swiss Cross-bow
|Windlass for Swiss cross-bow.
|Tyrolese Cross-bow With Windlass
|Tyrolese cross-bow with windlass. From end of the 15th century.
|Cross-bow With Windlass Applied To The Stock
|Cross-bow with windlass applied to the stock. The rests x are placed from 4 to about 6 inches below the nut, as the grip of the windlass requires more space.
|Cross-bow With Windlass
|Cross-bow with windlass fitted to the foot of the stock.
|Windlass For Crossbows
|Windlass for crossbows.
|Part Of A Windlass
|Part of a windlass in the shape of a battlemented tower.
|Crossbow With Windlass Fastened On
|Crossbow with windlass fastened on.
|Bow Of A German Cross-bow With Windlass
|Bow of a German cross-bow with windlass, about 4 feet 8 inches from beginning of the 15th century. In the Arsenal of the City of Munich.
|Cross-bow To Shoot Two Arrows
|Cross-bow to shoot two arrows at a time. From the Walturius 1472. In the Hauslaub Library, Vienna.
|Prodd Used To Shoot Pebbles
|Prodd, a light cross-bow used chiefly in field sports to shoot pebbles.
|Steel Chain Of A Prodd
|Steel chain of a prodd, a very rare kind. In the Az Collection at Lintz.
|Iron prodd of the end of the 17th century.
|Grooved Or Barreled Crossbow
|Grooved or barreled cross-bow of the 17th century. In the Museum of Artillery in Paris.
|Chine cross-bow with sliding chamber, for shooting twenty arrows successively. In the Museum of Artillery in Paris.
|Crossbow With Goats Foot Lever
|Cross-bow with goats foot lever. The rests x are placed closed to the sides of the nut.
|Goats Foot Lever
|Goats foot lever that bends the cross-bow.
|Cross-bow With Goats Foot Lever Fixed To The Stock
|Cross-bow with goats foot lever fixed to the stock.