Centaur Longbow limbs
Marked: Long 55# @ 27”
(No stack at 28”)
Carbon fiber and bamboo
If you’re looking for hunting weight longbow limbs these will deliver.
Extremely fast, very clean with little signs of use, has limbsavers attached.
:: Sold ::
I'm looking to buy a new longbow. I've had a couple over the years, but they have been extremely light in the hand. I mean a light bow, not draw weight. Any ideas on finding a longbow that is pretty heavy, maybe G10 in the riser?
Suggestions are welcome.
Up for sale I have a Heavy Weight Hill Style Longbow. RH. 62” [email protected](yes 93)
This bow is built like a Wesley special with multiple bamboo Laminations.
Sell for $265.00 shipped to lower 48 states or trade for ILF riser or limbs of equal value.
I'm currently shooting 100 grain field points and 100 grain Montec G5 broadheads, and they both fly just fine for me. But I'd like to try some heavier 2 bladed broadheads that are more traditional. I'm shooting a recurve that's 49# at 28", but I draw it to 31". I'm shooting Beman Centershot...
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Sent my backup Mybo Elite back to UK due to warranty issue, so set up my Bosen Stronghold 25" barebow as a target rig to train at home.
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