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Bear Archery® Montana Longbow Right Hand

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Bear Archery Montana Longbow. The 64" Montana Longbow is quick and smooth! Graceful limbs are faced and backed with black fiberglass overlays, while the limb tips are reinforced for a strong draw. The arrow shelf is crowned and cut on center. FastFlight strings and soft leather grip are standard. State Draw Weight. Order Now! WARNING: You must be 18 or older to purchase this product. These products cannot be shipped to D.C.; MA or Puerto Rico. These products cannot be shipped Parcel Post. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering these products. Bear Archery Montana Longbow, Right Hand

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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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What a pleasure it is to shoot this bow. Very smooth draw and release. It consistently gets remarks from people on how light weight and quiet it is. Lighter than recurves for sure. If you're tired of the training wheels on a compound, try some traditional shooting. It's much more fun, in my opinion.

I bought it at 50# draw weight. I kinda wished I got the 60# though.
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Color: 50#
I have this bow on a 45 lbs right hand. This thing is super quiet, albeit I have put on some cat whiskers. People at my local range are always asking how I got it to be so quiet. Especially since is not a wheel bow which most people tend to shoot these days. They is also no hand shock to speak of, could be because of the low poundage though, but I love it. The longbow itself is quite pretty. With the slight reflex/deflex design you get the little added boost of speed but still retain the silence of a long bow. The grip however is not exactly contoured to fit a human hand, its kinda blocky, but nothing to bothersome. I have removed the stick on leather wrap from the grip and shoot with a coyote brown mechanics glove. This bow is strong enough to kill any game in North America. Especially if you shoot heavy arrows. I have two set ups. One is on Easton Axis Traditional carbons with a 135 Grain Zwickey Eskilite. They weigh in at 527 grains. The others are GrizzlyStik Sitka 450s with a 200 grain Monarch Broadheads. They weigh in at 708 grains and will stop anything with in 40 yards easy. Let me tell you those GrizzlyStiks fly like a dream and punch threw any pesky bone that gets in the way. So anyway, back to the bow, it is a straight shooter and definitely worth the purchase. I am 5'10" and weigh just over 215 lbs. Yes I could have bought a higher poundage bow, but at 45lbs i can shoot at my target for hours before my fingers start to get numb. I have shot well over 500 shots in a single session and never had any problems with the Flemish 97 string that comes with the bow. Just keep it waxed and it will be good to you. I shoot like this at least once a week but usually keep it down to one or two hundred shots and still not even a single sign of any delamination. This bow is great, if it ever does break from the abuse I put it through, I will not hesitate to buy another one.
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By Nimma on February 5, 2015
Color: 45#
I bought a used one three years ago. It was my first bow and since I've purchased other bows but I will always go back this one. It was the perfect bow for me to learn proper form and execution of my shots. I go shooting at least once a week every week for the last three years and it has never failed me yet.
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Color: 55# Verified Purchase
Came in perfect condition, came with a string, and it is really freaking awesome. I've had it for several weeks now and I've been brought nothing but joy from this. Awesome bow. I got the 55# version for $365. Twas a steal!
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Color: 45# Verified Purchase
I really love this bow. I gave it 5 stars. Only complaint, the handle wrapping is sort of like thin black foam sheet, stuck or glued on. It might seem a little cheesy, but I've been firing this bow for a while now, and it hasn't given me any problems. I also have a recurve bow, and that has no wrapping on the riser / handle at all. This bow is BEAUTIFUL. I go to Mile Square Park in Orange County, CA, which is a public range... look around, all you see is plastic, metal and fiberglass. EVERY time I go to the range, a couple of people want to look at the bow and comment at how beautiful it is. If you are into historic recreation, this is a REALLY good compromise between traditional crafting, and just a bit of modern craft to make it more durable / useful (the main bow is pretty much laminated wood I think, but it is sheeted on the ouside and belly of the limbs with fiberglass). Mine is 64" 45 lb. The narrow limbs are very forgiving, and they don't tweak left or right if your release is a little crappy (like mine) or if your form isn't perfect. It's really a blast to shoot, a beautiful weapon, and if I were facing down the French Army at the battle of Agincourt I'd feel pretty comfortable with this bow (right up until I was spit on a French longsword). I also have a 60" 60lb recurve which is MUCH LESS forgiving... and tiring. I can shoot this bow for 2 - 3 arrows with decent fatigue and spread. At the end of the day, I hang it on the wall above my bed and enjoy looking at it. I recommend this for both those who are new to archery as well as long time shooters who want a traditional feel and a fun, easy shoot.
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