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PSE Razorback Recurve Bow Right Hand

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PSE Razorback Recurve Bow. Home - grown quality to scratch your traditional bowhunting "itch"! In 1970, PSE founder Pete Shepley, a product engineer, made a hobby of designing innovative archery equipment in his spare time. Through shooting tournaments, magazine articles, and word-of-mouth, PSE nailed down a reputation for outstanding quality. Today, they're the largest bow and accessory manufacturer in the world, a distinction earned by their uncompromising commitment to excellence. Now, PSE brings you this well-tuned beauty to satisfy your 'old-school' bowhunting urge. The Razorback sports the classic recurve style, in a take-down design that's perfect for fly-in or remote-area hunts. It's every bit as smooth as you'd expect, and comes available in 20#, 25#, 30#, and 35# draw weights to suit you. For your next bowhunting excursion, trust the company that's built a reputation from the ground up, and trust the Guide to get you the best deal around! 62" long, 7 1/2-8" bracer height recommended. Order Today! PSE Razorback Recurve Bow, Right Hand

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,432 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Timothy Moynihan on June 1, 2014
PSE Razorback bow
I strongly recommend this bow. I run an afterschool archery program and the PSE Razorback has been excellent for us. I purchased 7 bows, one left hand and six right hand. The bows I purchased range from 20 to 35 lbs. The students feel comfortable and confident. The interchangeable limbs make it so as my left handed student progresses I can switch out the limbs so she can try different draw weights. I highly recommend this bow for beginning archers, it has a look and feel that will gain the respect of the students but not intimidate them. These bows work well with adult learners also, the bows are large enough for a person who is several inches over six feet tall. After the students go home I keep several of the bows out because I enjoy shooting them myself, and I find it useful to practice on a variety of draw weights. I have been told that this is the same bow as the Greatree Mohegan, but the Greatree Mohegan is available in a greater variety of sizes and draw weights. One common mistake is starting a new archer with a bow that has too much pull. As an instructor, I recommend starting a new student with the lightest weight available in a bow that fits the student, then let the student move up to stronger bow only after they have a good start on shooting with correct form.
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I this bow for about a month now and I works quite nice and a lot lighter than compound bows. Mine is the 35' version and its powerful enough to stick arrows 3ft inside a frozen bale of hay from 20 yards. I think the other reviewer is mistaken because the PSE bow I received was manufactured in Tucson, Arizona, USA. Easy to take down and string without even needing a bow stringer. The only thing I noticed that was a bit low quality was the plastic pieces in between the limbs and the riser. Could have been aluminium which would have been far better quality, but all the rest of the parts are good. I put a stabilizer and sight on mine and greatly improved accuracy. Would also recommend a release for even better accuracy. It has less range than a compound bow but its a whole lot more fun to shoot.
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Color: 30# Verified Purchase
This is my first reserve bow and I'm in love. The craftsmanship of this bow is beautifully done. The riser is my favorite part because of the colors in the wood and how smooth the finish is. It doesn't have a glossy finish but it's smooth and fits perfectly in my hand. I bought the 30# and as a new female archer at 5'3" it was a little difficult to pull it back and hold it there but after some practice and proper instruction I am now able to hold it without straining myself too much. What I didn't like about the posting on Amazon was that there weren't enough pictures of the bow to show off all the features you can add to it. I took some pictures just recently to post along with this review just so people can see different sides of the bow. I was skeptical at first about buying it because I didn't see too many pictures. On the riser there are many different holes to add attachments and I'm pretty sure you can add a stabilizer, a bow quiver and maybe a different type of arrow rest. I went to Bass Pro Shops to get my bow fixed with an arrow rest and a nocking point but my arrow rest is one that I've seen on Amazon where you just stick it to the wood. I've shot this bow quite a few times and haven't seen any issues with this arrow rest. The glue hasn't come undone, the arrow rest hasn't broken or bent, it's been perfect. The limb bolts are very easy to screw in and assembly is easy. The only issue is that you need a bow stringer to string it. I know there is a way to string a bow without a stringer but I never wanted to chance anything going wrong. Hell I don't let anyone use my bow until I tell them to never under any circumstances, dry fire it because I'll hurt them if they damage my bow. This thing is my baby. The string it comes with is very nice.Read more ›
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By J. Risio on September 5, 2013
Color: 35# Verified Purchase
I am fairly new to archery, however being the person I am I would not settle for any less than 35lbs draw weight in my first bow. I was considering getting a more powerful bow, but decided against it; I purchased this bow primarily because I have begun training myself in mounted archery, and this is great. It's draw weight is probably at the upper limit for most new shooters, but keep working at it and you will build up the muscles.

Pros:
Easy to take apart - the limbs connect to the riser with one large screw each that does not even require a screwdriver to insert.
A high quality riser, by the way, although they all should be high quality.
Comes with a fine string - the only problems I have found is that after a while you start to wear away at the string where your arrows are nocked. Although really, this only helps, because you can always see where to put the nock.
Is a recurve - I mean come on. Those compounds are just cheating. Recurve bows have that awesome look to them!

Cons:
It does not come with anything more than the parts of the bow and the string. You will need to buy a bow stringer, arrows, a glove(if you want - a gardening glove will work just as well as an archery glove),and a target. When getting arrows, you really should not get anything smaller than 30" arrows, and even I occasionally draw the arrowhead back past the riser and I have to flip the arrow around to line up again.
The screws use dry lubricant. You won't need to worry about getting grease all over yourself, however, take care to not drop them. I accidentally dropped a screw in sand, and it all got stuck in the threads. Thankfully, I had a water bottle on-site and had the screw cleaned in no time.
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