One and Two piece bow designs

 All bows come with a soft case and two bowstrings. First time customers will also receive a free bowstringer!

For black and brown glass bows subtract $100.00 

                                                                                           
The Whip.  
  Our most popular design since its beginning in 2005 The whip is a reflex deflex longbow featuring a locator style grip with thumb rest. World renowned for as being one of the quietest longbows you will ever shoot coupled with great performance, shootability and smoothness. Standard components are a bamboo core, exotic riser of your choice and face veneers of your choice.
Offered in lengths of 58"hs  60"hs 62"hs 64"hs and 66".
Price $850
  Two piece Whips feature a Micarta riser and the bow bolt take down system. price $1100.
One piece Whips with Cocobolo risers.


              Two piece Whip.



                             
The Classic Whip
  This bow has all the features and options of the Whip on a classic leather wrapped grip.
Offered in lengths of 58"hs  60"hs 62"hs 64"hs and 66".
Price$850,  two piece Classic whip with Micarta riser $1100. 
                                 
 
Ebony riser, Myrtle face veneers


Cocobolo riser, Yew limb faces


                    
The Pika, 
  The "Pika" is a short reflex deflex longbow available in 54" and 56" lengths. The 54" draws smooth to 28.5" and the 56" draws smooth to nearly 30".  At only 53" and 55" over all length when strung it will fit in the tightest of spots. Whats more but it offers a smooth quiet release while being unbelievably stable and forgiving.
Offered in a one piece $775
Or a two pice take down featuring the bow bolt take down system $1025


Standard

Classic with Beaver tail grip


THE 64 Super Static Recurve
   The newest addition to the Toelke line of traditional bows, this "improved static" design shows great performance especially with heavy hunting arrows. Its unique design performs well for a wide range of draw lengths. A exceptionally smooth draw gives the feeling of let off when at full draw. Offered with our standard "locator" grip or our "Classic" grip, either of which can be built as a two piece featuring the BOW BOLT t/d system.
One piece bows are $850with most options, and T/D models are $1100




The Super D
  This longbow turns the heads of shooters who enjoy shooting D style bows. The super D has very little hand shock unlike many D bows. Featuring a leather wrapped grip, Bamboo core, your choice of  hardwood riser, and limb veneers.
offered in 62" 64" 66" and 68" lengths
Price $800     


Cocobolo riser, Myrtle limb faces





The Chinook

   A 58" or 60" 50s style recurve boasting Great performance and quietness, a combination not often heard of. Featuring a locator style grip with thumbrest or leather wrapped classic grip , bamboo core, the best of fiberglass,  your choice of  exotic hardwood riser, and Limb face laminations. 
Price $850, two piece Chinook $1100,  
  58" Chinook, Bocote riser          
Chinook take down



The 52 Troll
  A 52" recurve with locator grip, bamboo cores and your choice of hardwood riser and face veneers. great for blinds and tree stands! This bow has full working tips and can be shot by archers with a draw length of over 29"!
One piece $775  Two piece $1000





Call or email for more info.
406-676-5150
406-676-4949
week days 8-5

Contact:dan@montanabows.com

A small deposit is required upon ordering with the remaining balance due when your bow is completed.
Any bow not paid for in full within 60 days of completion will go into our inventory and we will keep your deposit.
Customers who default on payment will be required to pay in full up front if they would like to order another bow.
We have very little trouble with this thanks to our great customers!

2 comments:

  1. Here is a web link to a review for a 64" Standard whip. There are photos along with a short shooting video.
    http://www.traditionalarcherysociety.com/post/new-toelke-whip-6772843?pid=1281680358#post1281680358

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  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vitNgr8XLAg&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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