Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow, 50-Pound, Camouflage
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- Ideal choice for the serious archer
- Laminated wood and glass limbs offer a smooth draw
- Features a comfortable grip
- You can easily remove limbs from the riser for convenient transport and storage
- 50-Pound draw weight
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A smooth draw, a powerful shot, a durable riser, a comfortable grip. Our list of important features isn't short. The Jaguar is an ideal choice for the archer wanting to give the traditional side a serious try. Laminated wood and glass limbs offer a smooth draw, but send an arrow with authority. You can easily remove limbs from the riser for convenient transport and storage. We even throw in an arrow rest, all for a very reasonable price. Let your curiosity get the best of you and give traditional a shot. Satisfying curiosity is what the Jaguar Take-Down is all about. Includes owners manual. Brace Height: 7in, Mass Weight: 2.7 lbs. AMO Length: 60in. Right Hand Only. Camo. Draw Weight: 50-Pound.
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Sadly, the accessories that come with the bow are absolutely terrible. I knew this when I bought the bow, and purchased a knockoff whisker biscuit along with it. The low price of the bow more than makes up for the awful arrow rest and bow stringer (the bow stringer works, but there are far better options).
4/5 because of the bad accessories, I would still recommend this bow for anyone looking to get into archery.
50# is a lot to learn on. Several of my buddies give it a go, one couldn't draw the bow, and one had a lot of trouble holding steady. With that said, I have no problem shooting for half an hour and I'm not a brute man either.
I was kind of skeptical at first weather or not to buy it because of the reviews that say it is hard to put together but it was really simple. My only complaint is that the arrow rest absolutely is terrible and the bow string is mediocre at best.
Over all it is a great bow for people new to the sport of archery or someone wanting to try a recurve for the first time. But definitely look at getting a new arrow rest and a new bow string.
I had to look to find a place that described how long of an arrow to use. When I did find it, the site told me, with my arms outstretched, to measure the distance between my middle finger tip to middle finger tip, then divide that measurement by 2.5, then add 2 to 3 inches so that the arrow head does not come into contact with the bow frame. Mine looked like this: 72.5"/2.5=29" , then 29" + 3 = 32" in arrow length from the pit of the knock to the tip of the arrow, NOT including the arrow head! (I added this because it took me a while to find this information)
An additional note: Something that would make this a better deal is if there was some sort of a carrying case or carrying bag to have this in that could either be used by itself or attached to someones hunting/survival bag using Molle webbing. Just a thought I had.
When I have a chance to shoot my bow, I will update this review accordingly.