All-In-One Starter Kit For Your First One Piece Recurve

$332.24

The All-In-One Starter Kit For Your First One Piece Recurve includes everything that you need to make your first bow. The limb kit comes with black glass and hard maple laminations. Choose your riser from hard maple, ash, jatoba, bubinga, shedua, padauk or ebiara (red zebra). This kit includes the following: Limb lamination kit with black glass and hard maple wood core, press kit with instructions and dvd, thermostat control, riser block, epoxy, phenolic tip overlays (2 pair), continuous loop dacron string (2), bow rest, 2″ high temperature resistant masking tape and filament tape.

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Description

The All-In-One Starter Kit For Your First One Piece Recurve includes everything that you need to make your first bow. The limb kit comes with black glass and hard maple laminations. Choose your riser from hard maple, ash, jatoba, bubinga, shedua, padauk or ebiara (red zebra). This kit includes the following: Limb lamination kit with black glass and hard maple wood core, press kit with instructions and dvd, thermostat control, riser block, epoxy, phenolic tip overlays (2 pair), continuous loop dacron string (2), bow rest, 2″ high temperature resistant masking tape and filament tape.

Customer Questions & Answers

    I’m left handed, but plan to make multiple bows for friends and family who are right handed. Will the press work for right and left handed shooters?
  1. Q I’m left handed, but plan to make multiple bows for friends and family who are right handed. Will...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Aaron gerencer on March 31, 2021 7:18 am
    Answered by the admin Our instruction material will work for both right hand and left. For left hand, just flip the template over.
  2. what tools outside the kit do i need to built my first bow?
  3. Q what tools outside the kit do i need to built my first bow? answer now
    Asked by Nik on January 7, 2021 8:15 pm
    Answered by the admin For the 1 piece recurve, the required power tools are a band saw and some kind of drum sanding unit. If you don't have a drum sander but you have a drill press, we have drum sanding units for your drill press. Optional power tools include a table saw and a joiner. These aren't required.
  4. How do you determine what Draw Weight and Draw Length you want?
  5. Q How do you determine what Draw Weight and Draw Length you want? answer now
    Asked by Ellen L Leonard on November 5, 2020 6:21 pm
    Answered by the admin Thanks for your questions. The draw weight should be comfortable for you so that you enjoy shooting. For hunting, an average weight would be 45-50#. For target, 30-35#. You can measure your draw length by nocking an arrow in your bow and drawing back to a comfortable anchor point. At full draw, your draw length is the measurement from the base of the nock groove to where your arrow meets the target side of your riser. That is the draw length. For your arrow length, add 1" to your draw length.
  6. Can the materials be reused to make another bow?
  7. Q Can the materials be reused to make another bow? answer now
    Asked by Robert DaWinchi on August 23, 2020 8:38 pm
    Answered by the admin Yes. The press and thermostat can be reused and the masking and filament tape will do multiple bows.
  8. do I have to make my own form and hot box if so is there instructions how to build them
  9. Q do I have to make my own form and hot box if so is there instructions how to build them answer now
    Asked by steve eugene grimes on July 9, 2020 1:23 pm
    Answered by the admin Yes. Part of the project is making your press (form) and hot box. The All-In-One kit has the hardware and the instructions. The is a step by step booklet, usually two blueprints and a dvd.
  10. When you ask left or right hand does that mean the hand which holds the bow or the pulls the string?
  11. Q When you ask left or right hand does that mean the hand which holds the bow or the pulls the string? answer now
    Asked by Allan Ranger on January 8, 2019 5:28 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Thanks for your question. Right hand means to pull the bow string with the right hand.

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