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Bear Archery Montana Longbow


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Product Description

The Fred Bear® Montana longbow is designed to be quick and smooth. Its graceful limbs are faced and backed with fiberglass overlays and the limb tips are reinforced for a strong draw. Slip the FastFlight string over the limbs and you can fling arrows for hours without losing an ounce of power. The arrow shelf is crowned and cut on the center.

Product Details

Size: 50 Pounds RH
  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0017TEG8K
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #258,484 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Carson on November 26, 2010
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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tina martinez on September 6, 2014
Size Name: 50 Pounds RH
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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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dave jones on September 14, 2013
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To start I own 2 other bows. A Recurve Martin Saber Takedown Bow #40 and a Diamond Iceman Compound Bow #60.
This Bear Montana LongBow #45 is definitely my faviorite bow now. Its awesome its ridiculously light, like a feather! Its so quiet and it draws and shoots so smooth.

The only negative thing for me is the weight difference from my recurve #40 pound Martin Saber vs this #45 pound Bear Montana the weight with my #45 Bear feels like 50 and when i put it down and pick up my #40 pound recurve , my recurve then feels like its #30 or #35 pounds. With all that being sad make sure you order the right draw weight and dont get something too heavy after awhile your going to feel it take a tole on your fingers.

However even though the weight is a little more than I would prefer Its still an amazing bow im addicted to shooting.Cant wait for October 1st for BowHunting Season!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By dadx2 on September 20, 2012
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The bow is well made, looks great and shoots well. The draw is smooth and vibration is minimal on release. I bought a 50# bow due to some shoulder issues but I think I could easily go up to 55# due to the smoothness of this bow.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel A. Umbreit on August 10, 2014
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Great bow, smooth but should have gotten it in 50 or 55 draw weight.
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