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  1. What recurve would you recommend for a short draw length (27″ to 29″) person that has shot an 80 lb. compound for the last 22years?I will use the bow for strictly hunting anything from whitetails to bears. There are so many bows out there and no local bow shops with recurves to try.

    1. Hi Dale,

      I would say the Bear Grizzly or Hoyt Buffalo, with around 55 lbs. of draw weight, would be great for you. Have you ever shot a recurve bow in the past?

  2. I purchased the sage 55lb bow after shooting a Martin recurve for 25 yrs. It truly does what you’ve said in your article. I’m very impressed with how smooth and easy it was to punch out the target on my first try! I guess my concern is long range as I don’t trade Bows often. When I find what I like I hang on to them. What’s the longevity of this bow

  3. Good afternoon Sr.
    I’ve searched for days regarding the correct arrow weight for 3D and target archery without success.
    Would you advise the correct arrow weight for 45lb limbs with a 29in draw? I’m currently at 400gpi which fly great but I want to be sure that’s not to lite for my bow.
    BTW I purchased a Martin Saber based on your review and have no regrets. Thank you,
    Steve
    Nokesville, va

  4. Dear sir
    I recently opened an indoor archery range at my business in Frostburg, MD
    We have 9 lanes able to shoot 20 yards.
    J& J Bait LLC
    75 S Grant St
    Frostburg. MD. 21532

  5. Hi.
    I read your beginner archer guide for what to buy,i just wanted to know how much its gonna cost, i mean whats the price range from the cheapest to the most expensive set that one can buy.
    And thank you very much

    1. And something else i want to pursue archery to idk mastery lvl or sth so i need a pro set for recurve bow.
      Ty again 🙂

  6. Hi,
    I enjoy your informative site and reviews. As a beginner I have been reading lots and have not yet bought a bow. Seems a bit confusing as I get differing opinions on bows and particularly lengths. I have a draw length of 29″ so everything I read suggests a bow length of about 66-68″. Trouble is I can’t seem to find brands of bows that readily reach that length. I like the idea of field and 3D archery so want somewhat of an all rounder style of bow. Can you suggest some brands of recurves that I could look at in.

  7. hi there. im wondering if you still check this? i tried to get your email. but the links maybe aren’t working.
    im looking for some adivce re: the differences between these two bows.
    the samick sage and the cartel epick hawk.

    both bows seem to be made by the same material diamond wood maple and fiberalss.. but im worried that im missing something. there arent many reviews for the cartel. unlike the samick where people are in love with it. what do you think. thanks..
    im a begginner, looking to get 45 pound.

  8. I shoot a PSE’s Compound bow and a bear
    45 lb recurve bow.I went to the archery center to get a new string for the bear grizzly bow .When we went to string it we heard some cracking sounds so we did not finish .This bear grizzly is about 30 yes old and is a great shooting bow and awesome looking bow I was iin immediate need of a new bow . I was not ready to spend a lot of money at this time so my dealer showed me the PSE NightHawk for $139.00 at first I laughed at the price but after checking it out I was very much surprised. I love my PSE compound so I took a chance for n this bow . I ve been shooting it for a week now and I love it.It shoots awesome and it’s very quiet.I can’t believe what s great bow it is .I will eventually buy another Bear Grizzly to replace my old one ,but I will also keep my Night Hawk along side the Grizzly. I ve watch your video on the Night Hawk and the guy is right .You can buy s more expensive bow like my Grizzly for it’s fine quality, awesome looks and it accurate shooting. But you can never buy a better bow than the Night. Hawk for its price,quality and dependability. Thank you for making my new PSE bow such s pleasure

  9. Do you do radio interviews? I would like to do a segment related to archery, we have 25 stations in 5 states and have been on air for 15 years. My contact information is below. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    The Big Wild (ND, SD, MN, WI, IL)

    Derek Gunderson

  10. I recently purchased a SAMICK JOURNEY from TWIG Archery. It did not come with an owner’s manual.
    Contacted TWIG but haven’t gotten a reply. I’ve also searched the internet without success. Any suggestions?

  11. Plz i am a national player and i will cofunsed because the hoyt recurve bow for target playing and you show me a bow set of all hoyt bow of recurve and show me price of bow. And i will choosen 1 bow and buy a bow plz i will requst you ,show me bow set and price plz, my phone no is 7391865306 call me ..

  12. Hello, I am a 64 yr old woman, weight around 130, 5″8, who would like to get back into archery. I haven’t shot a bow since I was in middle school. I looked at some bows at cabela’s and would love a recurve bow, (purely out of aesthetic reasons) but there a few problems. I have had several injuries to my shoulders and now have arthritis in both. I’m right handed and when I pulled one with a draw weight of 35 lbs I couldn’t do it. The salesman gave me a compound bow that worked well, with a draw weight of 20 lbs I was just at the limit of what my shoulder would allow.

    I have no intentions whatsoever of hunting with a bow, it is strictly for the same use I put my guns: target shooting.
    SO I’m a bit confused…should I go with a compound bow, sized for child (which is slightly insulting to me, although it shouldn’t) or go with a recurve that I can just barely handle?

  13. Hello, I’ve bought a Samick Progress recurve now. I’ve a feeling it’s old. Do you have any advice on it? It’s 34lb anyway. I’m a bit of a newbie 🙂

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