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Rage with a Recurve?

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I was watching this video on Facebook, and there was a guy on there that shot a whitetail at 20 yards with a Hoyt Dorado 70# pull with a rage 2 blade broadhead. I think it’s nuts and was totally reckless, What do you guys think?
Happy Hunting
Charles

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need help identifying recurve

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I’m hoping someone might know who made this recurve. The only markings on it are 25#, 66" and 40C1034. Thanks in advance.
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Help finding a new one piece recurve.

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I’ve seen some great advice, recommendations, and links on this forum so I’m hoping some kind folks can give me some references I haven’t been able to find.
Here is my story I have a 30" draw length. The yard stick off of the chest method gave me 29.75", and the calculated method gives me 30.4" so I figure 30" draw is right and nice in the middle. Everything I am checking is saying a 68" bow is what I need for that draw length. I have never had a bow fit just right for me.

My best fit now out of the bows I own is a 66" 45#@28 Javelina. It is nice but when trying to do my full draw with a low anchor point in the attempt to try for the longer shots I want to practice I can feel it begin to stack hard the last couple of inches that I need to anchor my draw. So I’m convinced if I want a bow to work with my full range of movement I need a 68" one. Problem is I want a one piece recurve. I have looked at a number of solutions and have contacted Martin about what they can do for a custom setup. I am still waiting to hear back from them as their guy with the best answers is away for a few days. I have always been a Howatt faithful, but if they don’t have what want or can afford I’d like to look around more.

I would like to see what anyone here can direct me to for more options. I have looked at the Omega Original which is a 66" and the chart on that site says good for 30" draw lengths. If that is true and comfortable I would definitely take that as an option, they are priced really well too.

There are just not many one piece recurves at 68" out there. I understand the bigger the recurve the harder it is to make. I love the bows I have, but I would like to have one that is just right for me, and while I know there are many nice takedown setups out there I really have my heart set on one piece recurve bows, they are what I truly enjoy about archery. My personal belief is that if I am going to start putting metal stuff on my bow I should just get a compound.

Any recommendations and help here would be greatly appreciated. If there were to be a 66" one out there that pulls smooth at 30" that would be great, I just don’t know much about how bows perform differently between these two size categories. I may be buying this bow in the next month or the next year it just depends really, I just like to do my research first.

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In need of recurve recommendations

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Hello everyone,

I am new to the forum and new to archery. A friend recently introduced my boyfriend and myself to archery.

It is something I have been interested in doing for a very long time. And archery will allow us to shoot in many more places than we can go to shoot guns and therefore more often since we wont have to drive so far out of the way. It will also allow us to go shooting when ammo is expensive or difficult to find.

When the three of us went to the archery range, my boyfriend was able to use a borrowed compound bow. I enjoyed watching and took some pictures, but I was unable to draw either of the bows (both were compound bows, I was able to draw the 30# once with my left, and using a tab, but wasn’t able to draw it after that). So, I have not yet been able to shoot a bow and we do not have a shop around to allow me to try them out. I will be buying online and I am looking for recommendations. (the more details, the better)

I hope this gives a good idea of what I am looking for:

I prefer the look and feel of a recurve bow over a compound, I just don’t really like the mechanical feel and I don’t feel that I need the additional power of a compound since I am not interested in hunting, I just want to have fun with this.

I am right-handed and strongly left-eye dominant. I want a left-handed or ambidextrous bow as I would prefer to keep both eyes open when shooting. I like the idea of instinctive shooting and this is how I get my best shots when shooting guns (but that may be due to only recently finding out about my eye dominance). I have no interest in using sights on a bow, and again, I do not like the mechanical feel of all the extra stuff on bow. I would also like to shoot off the shelf.

I am a small-frame woman with little upper-body strength and I will be starting with a very low draw weight. Only 20#, this may or may not increase by the time I buy my first bow (I want one as soon as possible, but I am still doing my research). I am going to the gym regularly and have added rows to my routine, but I am only rowing 15 lbs. right now. I’d like to get a take-down recurve so that I can just buy new limbs for the riser. I also have a short draw length (about 25").

I was seriously considering buying the Samick Sage 62" Takedown Recurve, but I think that I would like a shorter, lighter bow better (someone said this one is about 3.5# and it’s been recommended I should get something 3# or lighter).

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will a custom recurve take you to the nexed level in accuracy

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Hi. Ive been looking at a lot of custom recurves ….There are so many out there it blows my mind. My question is are they all show or are they going to out perform the company made recurve bows. It makes me drool at all the custom bows. They have amazing looks, styles, and choices. Then I see the prices and think well maybe a company made recurve will be OK. I know that its all up to how well you shoot. I have a bear and a Samick Sage recurve. the samick shoots great. A buddy of mine has a black widow and he can stack em. But im sure if he was left handed he would stack arrow with my samick also. I guess I’m just trying to get someone to talk me into a custom bow. If you have one I would like an honest answer if your are glad you got a custom or if you wish you saved the cash and bought a …name brand company made recurve. If you have an idea of what custom bow i should get it would sure help. Thanks

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Stringwalking Recurve – Crawl tuning..

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So i’ve only been stringwalking for about a month, scored a 207 on FITA 18 today, second time i’ve scored.

I’ve been searching for a few days and I can’t find out what people mean by tuning your crawl. Right now, I have to basically put my finger at the bottom of my black widow three under tab in order to hit gold at 18m. If I wanted to make it so I only have to go down, say, two fingers, would I be adjusting my nock point or weakening my poundage on my bow (tiler adjustment).

I’m at a 0 tiller right now.

I also will be shooting at 50m as well, and I havent had the chance to test this out, I was wondering if I need to be three under at 18m for gold to hit the gold at 50 (AKA will I have the range to hit the gold at 50m if I make my 18m crawl two fingers?)

Thanks.

Thanks,

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Recurve for Hunting that comes apart in two pieces?

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Hi all,

I am looking to get my first Recurve bow and start learning instinctive shooting, and eventually hunt with it. I live in NYC so with having to take two buses to get to a bow shop I would love a bow that comes apart length wise into two pieces so it is easy to carry around.

Can someone recommend a bow like that that will serve hunting purposes, will it?
Any drawbacks to this style?
Looking for 45-50 pounds

Thanks

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DAS recurve

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Would like some feedback on DAS recurve owners.
thanks in advance for any info.

Mr Cheebo

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