Comments on: Recurve Bow Reviews

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com

The Best Recurve Bow – Top Picks & Detailed Comparison Chart

Mon, 29 Oct 2018 03:25:56 +0000

hourly

1

Home

By: Engelbert Nel

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-3598

Mon, 29 Oct 2018 03:25:56 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-3598

Hi man

I’m looking into the bear paw Mohican bow or the ragim red lion bow. Have a 30 inch draw length and looking for a 45 pounder in either. Which one will u prefer?

]]>

By: Andrew H

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-3536

Tue, 13 Feb 2018 05:25:46 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-3536

Hey i have a 31 inch draw and i am looking for a recurve takedown could you recommend a bow for under $200? i know many bows are under that mark but some one told me that with a 76.5 span that i need a 70” bow but those aren’t really available, do i actually need a bow that long or can i sue something shorter. i am only going to use it for target practice.

Cheers!

]]>

By: Michelle

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-3498

Mon, 09 Oct 2017 13:12:47 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-3498

What do you know about the Spyder Takedown Recurve Bow/set?

My 23 yr old daughter wants a new bow.

]]>

By: Danion Denton

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-3478

Thu, 07 Sep 2017 00:32:10 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-3478

Hi, I’ve had a look at your reviews and they’re great but I’m having trouble narrowing down a bow in my price range. I’ve been shooting for a while now that I’m ready to hunt, I just need to upgrade. What would you recommend for a beginner hunter in the 4-500 dollar range maximum?

]]>

By: Mark

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-1802

Sat, 12 Jul 2014 18:25:05 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-1802

In reply to .

That’s very much correct!

]]>

By: steven

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-1801

Sat, 12 Jul 2014 15:16:18 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-1801

In reply to .

OK thanks I’m thinking that the martin saber would probably be my best option for the draw I’m looking for because of the length of the bow right?

]]>

By: Mark

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-1800

Sat, 12 Jul 2014 14:44:45 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-1800

In reply to .

Hi Steven,

That’s because pretty much every single regular recurve has a 28″ draw. The longer your draw is compared to that, the heavier the bow will feel when drawn so you will need to be more conservative with your draw weight selection. I suggest that you get started here:

And ask away if you have any questions after going through the guide.

]]>

By: steven

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-1799

Sat, 12 Jul 2014 14:41:13 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-1799

Hi I was wondering wat would be the best recurves for me? I’m 6’7 23 and 280 pounds my draw is 32″. And for the life of me I can’t find a guide on recurves and draw.

]]>

By: Mark

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-1724

Mon, 02 Jun 2014 15:04:25 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-1724

In reply to .

Hi mate, happy you found the answer!

As for arrows, it will really take you a good long while to determine what the best arrows are as it will largely depend on how you use the bow, what string you ultimately go with, and many other factors. For now I just recommend following what I outlined in my beginner’s guide for choosing arrows, just to get you started — you can dwell on more advanced details once you’ve got a little more shooting experience. Here’s a link to the guide in case you can’t find it:

And make sure to check out the tuning guide as well (see top menu).

P.S. fun little fact: the English longbows of the older days had, on average, 90-110 lbs. of draw weight (with some having much more than that), and every English archer was pretty much required to be able to comfortably draw that much and shoot at extreme rates during a battle.

]]>

By: Jason Donovan

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/recurve-bow-reviews/#comment-1719

Fri, 30 May 2014 21:36:48 +0000

http://www.bestrecurvebowguide.com/?page_id=341#comment-1719

Drove out to a pro shop and tried out a 50#. I could draw it but with trouble. Tried a 45# and could hold it. Amazing what 5# can do!

So you were right. Ordering the buffalo tonight in 45#. Now what color?!? Choices choices. What arrows would you suggest?

]]>

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *