Hoyt Gamemaster 2. Comes with carry case, 8225 FF string,which has been reserved, along with original string. Doesn’t have beaver balls, or acutune. All camo. Small wear on riser but can’t even notice because of the camo finish. Wood grip which is apparently difficult to find. Limbs are stock...
The Manchus, a nomadic culture East of Mongolia, were the last culture to use bows and arrows as a military weapon en masse. They were still used in the 19th century.
Getting shot by a historical manchu arrow has more stopping power than most bullets at the time, since the arrows were much...
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I have been shooting since I was 8 but never really learned much other than to shoot.
My draw length is 29"
I am looking for a takedown recurve bow.
Looking to use for target practice and my father may end up taking me out for a few hunts for small prey like...
I am planning on getting this bow. Thoughts, opinions, better suggestions.
Heres my info:
Draw weight-between 35 and 45
Looking to hunt small prey like rabbits and use it for target practice
I want a takedown recurve bow preferably below $300.
Looking to get back into traditional archery after many years away and remember enough to know that I shouldn't restart with my old 55# recurves that sadly, are much harder to pull back than they used to be. I'm looking for something in the 30-40# range, preferably recurve. I'm partial to older...
I have a set of excellent condition Left Hand Wes Wallace limbs to sell.
They are for "The Mentor" riser. Snake skinned with prairie Rattler skins.
they make a 66" bow with a draw weight of 61#'s @ 29".
Asking $450 shipped
Hello. I am new to the forum. I collect vintage recurve bows and recently obtained a vintage bow by Sartain. I searched the web and didn't come up with much except that they might have been made in Michigan.
The model I have is a CC-1167.
Up for sale I have a RH TBow ILF Recurve, Very good condition, only normal mounting marks on the limbs. 62” [email protected] Limbs are marked 40 but scale 45 maxed out and 39 backed out 3 turns. I took this bow on a trade.
These bows are pretty high quality for the $$
$255.00 shipped to lower 48 states
So on both my local outdoor and indoor range there are racks built with hooks or pegs to hang your bow on while retrieving your arrows. They are clearly for compounds. Is it save to hang my recurve on those racks? The only way I can do it is to put the peg/hook between the limb and string (sorry...
A few years back, I received this little Samick Angel recurve from TT member Matt Potter when my grandchildren were very young. They've all grown into bigger bows, so it's time to pay it forward.
The first TT member to message their mailing address to me will receive this little bow at no cost...