Weapon consisting of a bow mounted on a tiller and fitted with tension and trigger mechanisms.
Device used to hold the crossbow in a vertical position when stretching the bowstring.
Device made up of cords, cables or chains and a double pulley system that increases the bowstring’s tension.
Fibers secured to the bow that are stretched to fire a bolt.
Projectile ending in a point with four sides.
Device that launches the shot by lowering the nut.
Device that rotates to tighten the pulley block cord.
Small wheel on which the pulley block cord turns when the crank is turned.
Piece that supports the bow and anchors the tension and trigger mechanisms.
Piece that holds the stretched bowstring in one of its grooves.
Notch in the tiller holding the bolt and guiding it toward the target.
Principal part of a crossbow; it bends when the bowstring is stretched to fire a bolt.