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Recurve vs compound? #archery

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I’ve always shot compound bows (love the let off point) besides a crossbow. But gotta say that from what I’ve seen of recurves, they’re not half bad, although I’ve never handled one myself. Most of the articles I’ve read on the differences has put it down to "personal preference" without really explaining what individuals like and dislike about either one. I’d only be using it for target shooting.


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Opinions on best recurve riser under$200

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I am wanting to get an oly setup to shoot around with but dont really want to spend more than 250 total. I know i can get decent samick limbs or SF limbs for around 70 and have read enough reviews to know they will be fine for the backyard. I have even read many great reviews of CARSAGE bows which is a cartel triple riser with samick sage limbs. But all the low end risers on Lancaster seem to be available only on Lancaster. I like the lookof the Raven Prestige and the Mybo Rio. I alsolike the NAS nolan or LAS nolan whichever. I was wondering if any of the cheaper riser had tiller adjustments. I read that the Hoyt excel doesn’t snd thoufht if any of the others did that that would be my best option. I am not exactly sure what the adjustment does but figured if one of the chesper brands was one upping Hoyt. That would be who to choose. I really hope to hear everyones opinions.

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Imterchangable recurve brands

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Hi all- I’m new to the forum and would like to suggest a new topic-specifically what takedown recurve brands are interchangeable and work with each other. Apologies if this has already been covered. I’d appreciate any feedback beyond my limited experience with this topic.

I’ve been shooting for about a year now. I started with a 62" inch Samick Sage 40#. I’m 6"2" with a 30" draw. I love the sage and would probably have kept with it but this summer I bought a fuse focus (66", 28#) for my stepson, mainly because it was a bit cheaper and available in our area. He’s 12 and almost 6" himself. We both love our respective bows and that probably would have been that but I picked his up one day and realized the 66" length made for a more comfortable and smooth draw for me. The bows are not interchangeable but I started looking into which bows were. I wanted to see if I could make a 68" or even 70" wood riser takedown recurve for a reasonable price (I own a 70" axiom/cartel ILF bow but it’s too damn heavy). It’s been a very confusing learning process for me.

It appears some bow manufacturers probably get their risers and limbs from the same factory in china because they appear to be essentially the same. I’m hoping to post my experiences here and get more feedback from others. I’m going to start with what I’ll call "Samick style" bows, although that’s probably misleading. In my experience the following bows appear to use essentially the same riser/bolt system/limb size and are therefore interchangeable (i.e. You can use the limbs from one model on the riser from another): Samick sage, polaris and journey if they are 62" or bigger; greatree mohegan ( I’m assuming 62" or bigger but I only have experience with the 68" mohegan). I’ve been told by Lancaster folks that the W&W Sebastian Flute Inferno/Flame 62" and above risers will take limbs from the Polaris/sage/journey but I haven’t actually tried it myself.

Where I stand now: I tried to get a LH 66" polaris riser but they are back ordered everywhere. I was going to try putting samick journey limbs on it, which I think would have made for a 68" bow. I couldn’t get a LH polaris riser anywhere. I then stumbled on the greatree mohegan which come in a 68" version (!!!!) which is the longest inexpensive recurve package I’ve seen anywhere. I got it w/36# limbs (I’d hoped to get 32 but they were sold out- I’d wanted a lighter target poundage to use indoors.) the riser is nice but not quite samick sage nice (not quite as dense, finish not quite as good.) I don’t give a hoot though, I have a GIANT INEXPENSIVE WOODEN RISE FOR LH to use as a base now- any lefty tall guys probably know how hard that is to get. The limbs look nice but not sage nice. I think I’m going to get a set of samick journey limbs which I believe will be the same size as those that ship with the 68" mohegan but will be slightly better quality-wise.

Anyone know any other brands that would fit what I now think are the following interchangeable risers/limbs: samick sage, polaris journey; greatree mohegan, W&W sebastian Flute Flame/inferno?

Does anyone know what other brands would fit my stepson’s fuse focus riser, I’ve seen some other brands that appear to be the same (i.e. Plastic topped metal screw to attach limb, small brass attachment/alignment "peg" as well as main attachment screw)?

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Take down recurve

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Was browsing around on YouTube and came across this. I thought it was pretty cool.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wh3xhcGBxPU

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NEW recurve archer – Looking for cheap feather arrows

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Hey everybody, after taking a trip up to Tennessee and shooting around with some bows for a few days, I decided to take up archery. As soon as I got back to Florida, I went and bought an old Shakespeare Wonderbow off ebay and got all the essentials from my local Bass Pro shop, except the arrows. The man in the archery section told me I needed feathered arrows because my bow has a shelf on it, but I didn’t want to fork out $ 50 on really nice arrows when I haven’t even started practicing yet. That being said, if anyone knows of any place where I can get some CHEAP (they don’t have to be super high quality) feathered arrows mailed to me, or if anyone has any they are willing to sell, I’d be interested in buying them. I’d greatly appreciate your help!!!

-Matthew

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What if I gave you $400 for a 1 piece recurve

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So I have a birthday coming up and after dropping some coin on my sons first birthday and my wife’s 30th it’s finally time to treat big papa.

I have been shooting a 45# omp and love it and want to expand my arsenal to include a one piece. I was advised by some members I my club to get a similar length and weight so I could use the same arrows.

I’m currently looking at both new and used bows but honestly am a little afraid of used bows as I’m not sure what to look for in terms of potential lemons.

Right now the leader is the PSE black hawk.

I would love to hear your opinons the best value for a one piece recurve (60-62" 45-50#) for 400 bucks or less (possibly a bit more …shhh don’t tell the mrs)

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Arrows for recurve

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I have been shooting compound for years but have picked up a recurve to shoot around as well. If I decide to use it for hunting what kind of arrows should I use? It rated or 48 lbs with a 58 inch length of the bow. I normally shoot a 28 inch arrow with my compound.
I’m practicing with wooden arrows right now . Should I stay wood, go carbon, or aluminum ?
What wieght and type and manufacture would you recommend ? I’m thinking of getting a 2 blade broad head for it.
Give me your suggestions.

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Recurve Q’s

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Hey all. So I got my first compound a few weeks ago and now I want to get a recurve too. I’m thinking Samick Sage in 40#. I can currently draw my compound back at 60 lbs which has a holding weight of 39lbs. My draw length is 28" So if I get a 40# I should only be holding 1 pound more right?

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