How do I choose between Recurve and longbow?
What bow length will perform best at my draw length?
What design will be easiest for me to learn on?
Do I order a Standard or Classic grip?
Dont let your questions go unanswered, we are more than happy to help you out. Our goal is to put a bow in your hands that is perfect for you, a bow that will take you where you want to go.
Jared Toelke, Mission mountains 9/13 58" Lynx Recurve.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
We have a very short wait on our fully custom bows, with all materials in stock we can have a Christmas present to you well before the mail rush. You can also check out our excellent selection of inventory bows, and keep watching, we will be putting new bows in inventory as current ones sell.
Friday, October 11, 2013
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
About eight years ago Dan was looking for a way to make a smoother, quieter reflex deflex longbow. An experiment led to the invention of what became known as the Whip Longbow. This light, slender and extremely stable design caught on quickly. Its uniqueness and fantastic features have set it apart from its competition. To this day it is our most popular design, earning its popularity from hunters to the most critiquing target shooters. If you have not tried the Whip check out our inventory or give us a call and have us build one to your specifications.
Friday, August 30, 2013
We now have spalted Maple in stock, some of which is highly figured, it has a very nice color under the glass that will go good with a variety of riser woods. Below is a picture of spalted maple in a longbow limb (this bow is in our inventory 66" 43#@28").
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Two piece, or Three?
This is not a "which is better?" but rather "which is better for what purpose?"
To compare the two piece Whip, Chinook, Kestrel, or 64SS to the three piece Lynx would be like trying to compare a lion and a shark. The differences are to great, so instead lets look at how they contrast.
The two piece bow is a handy bow that can be broken down to save space in a matter of seconds. Those who desire a take down for the ease of travel, our two piece bows featuring the Bow Bolt take down system are top notch!
The Lynx can also be taken apart to save space but requires a wrench and takes a minute or two to perform. The best purpose for the three piece is having the option of limb sets in multiple draw weights or having both longbow and recurve limbs.
One, two or three, the choice is yours, the options are endless.