Recurve Bow Mongol
Recurve bow of Mongolian herdsmen. Pre-stressed limbs of a strung recurve bow form its typical shape. This construction is known for centuries and was plenteously used by Asian nations. Some of original materials (horn, tendon, …) are replaced by fiberglass lamellas. This way we can adjust the draw weight and flexibility of the bow as the need may be. Advantage of this bow is its force characteristic. The handle (riser) is reinforced by wooden grip from maple. Limb endings are furnished with shaped nocks for string loops. Suitable for at least 16-year-old bowmen.
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|Draw weight: 35lbs (15,9kgs), Handle wrapped in leather: no||in stock 1 pcs|
Product No: 5087
Period: Modern times / Archery, Bows