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Razorback Recurve Bow (EA)
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Features durable, laminated construction and solid brass inserts for sight, rest and stabilizer mounting Choose for right or left hand shooter 62" AMO withchoice of draw weight
Hand Orientation: Left | Item Display Weight: 20 Pounds
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Because the Buckeye is a take-down recurve, it collapses down very nicely for storage. I have the 30 lb draw and I like it a lot. Some of the compound bow shooters like to watch me string my bow because if you haven't seen someone do it, it looks a bit odd.
If you're a beginner like me, I recommend getting a long arm guard (the kind that covers your arm past your elbow, a thick tab or a glove, a padded case, a quiver, and a stringer. A sight is nice, too. Don't forget arrows. The salesman at the archery store measured my draw length so that he could custom cut the arrows to fit me.
Always make sure you use a stringer to string the bow to avoid permanently twisting the arms. If you don't know how, make sure someone shows you because it is a bit confusing at first. The arms look like they are on backwards before you get the string on the bow. You also have to remember which end of the string goes where so that the nocking point locator is in the right place.
I hope you have fun with archery.
I like then my friends call me The Robin Hood who's more Robin Hoodish than any Robin Hood in the world.