A bow in traditional Indian style. Suitable for both right-handers and left-handers. It finds its use in instinctive archery. Covered with leather, colorful surface.

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35lbs (15,9kgs) | MINTA
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Indian bow

  • Total length of the bow 48 "
  • Draw weight 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 lbs
  • Brace height approx. 17,5cm (6,9")
  • The maximum draw weigh is approx. 26 inches (about 66 cm) - must not be exceeded!
  • Available in 2 versions: MINTA, DELTA
  • Delivery: bow with sinew
  • Weight approx. 440 g

The region, where Indians lived, played an important role for the design of the bow. Bows and arrows belong to legendary long-range weapons of Indians. The Indian bow was hunting, offensive and defensive weapon. At the time of flintlock and percussion firearms was an indian bow still of advantage over short distances. An Indian was able to shoot in 3 seconds two arrows unerringly.

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