Brace height: 16-18cm
Draw length: 28"
Security draw length: 31"
Draw weight: 30/35/40/45/50 lbs
Net weight: 500g
30 lbs bowstring length: 122 cm / 48.07"
35 lbs bowstring length: 120 cm / 47.28"
40 lbs bowstring length: 136 cm / 53.58"
45 lbs bowstring length: 134 cm / 52.80"
50 lbs bowstring length: 126 cm / 49.64"
30 lbs bow length: 124 cm / 48.82"
35 lbs bow length: 122 cm / 48.03"
40 lbs bow length: 138 cm / 54.33"
45 lbs bow length: 135 cm / 53.15"
50 lbs bow length: 128 cm / 50.39"
This is a Mongolian recurve bow, which was used in Mongolia in history. The difference between the Mongolian bow and Manchu bow is the string bridge and larger siyahs on Manchu bows. This Mongolian bow is simple and easy to shoot. No arrow rest on the riser makes it to fit both left and right handed archers. This modern Mongolian bow is made of wood and fiberglass sheets. The riser and siyahs are made of hard wood, and the limbs are made of fiberglass sheets. The riser is leather wrapped. This type of traditional Mongolian bows have an influence on the coming Manchu Qing bows. Despite changes in bow construction over time, this type of Mongolian bows have been kept and continuous.
The typical draw release of this sort of Mongolian bows is the traditional thumb ring using a leather or metal thumb ring.
Sometimes we strung the bow using a black cord to protect the bow shape during transportation. The black cord is not the real bowstring. You need to replace the black cord using the real bowstring we added.
Please note that the actual draw weight may have +/- 2-3 lbs difference.
This package includes 1 recurve bow with bowstring.