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Recurve bow for son #7411973 01/22/19 10:00 PM
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My oldest son wants a wooden recurve. Recommendations without breaking the bank? Thanks

Re: Recurve bow for son [Re: NewGulf] #7412154 01/23/19 12:50 AM
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NG look at Samick Sage bows. Amazon has them in a variety of limbs and they are interchangeable. Good beginner bows to see if he really want to stick with it. I have one in a 55 lb, Best of luck


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Get on archerytalk and buy a good used bow.


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I second the Samick Sage. A dang fine shooting bow and reasonable price. Start off with light limbs and move up as he gets stronger.


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Thanks guys

Re: Recurve bow for son [Re: NewGulf] #7415482 01/26/19 11:06 AM
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Take a look at Martin's also. With the take down you can change the limbs out to what ever draw weight you want. I've got a Martin Jaguar with two sets of limbs. 45 lb and 55 lb.


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I have a Samick that is now sitting in my garage gathering dust and Im too lazy to ebay/craigslist it, are you near DFW?

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