"Our group is really enjoying the build process so far. We appreciate all the effort that went into your developing your design. Until I ran across your website, I wasn't sure a trebuchet project on this scale was even feasible! Thanks again."
Q. How do I download my plans?
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Q. What carpentry skills did you use to build the Testosterone Trap Trebuchet?
We hammered nails and used screw guns (drills with a screwdriver bit) to fasten pieces together. A hand saw and a circular saw worked great to cut the pieces to size. Saw horses were used to set up temporary work spaces.
A level or plumb bob (weight on a string) is necessary to level up the trebuchet.
Q. How do I get the plans immediately? I want to give the eBook as a gift.
Once you have completed the purchase and your transaction clears, you will be returned to our site and a download area where you can immediately download the eBook PDF.
Q. How much does it cost to build a trebuchet?
That depends on your location, what lumber yard stores you have in your area and your trebuchet design. We built our trebuchet for around $250.00
Q. I am looking for something that we can transport in the bed of our pickup (with a shell) and then assemble at the site in fairly short order. Do you think we can modify your plans to achieve this goal?
One of our trebuchet customers came up wwith an interesting approach to this problem. Click here to read his comment "Modified Treb fits in Van".