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

$376.32

The All-In-One Starter Kit For Your First One Piece Longbow 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, 1 1/2″ high temperature resistant masking tape and filament tape.

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Description

The All-In-One Starter Kit For Your First One Piece Longbow 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, 1 1/2″ high temperature resistant masking tape and filament tape.

Customer Questions & Answers

    How complete is this kit and what tools will I need to complete the bow ? I have no bow building experience so I’m trying to make sure this is appropriate for first time builder
  1. Q How complete is this kit and what tools will I need to complete the bow ? I have no bow building ...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Jason Asbury on September 13, 2021 7:37 pm
    Answered by the admin The All-in-One Starter Kit has everything that you need for your first bow. The only items that you will need to provide are plywood, light bulbs, wiring, etc. Concerning power tools, you will need a band saw and some kind of drum sander. If you don't have a drum sander but have a drill press, we have drum sanding units for your drill press. Optional power tools would be a table saw and joiner.
  2. Can Fast Flight string material be used with this bow? Thanks, Dan
  3. Q Can Fast Flight string material be used with this bow? Thanks, Dan answer now
    Asked by Dan D Pennington on December 16, 2020 10:42 am
    Answered by the admin Yes, if the tips are reinforced properly. We suggest either 2 layers of bo-tuff overlays or an 1/8" layer of phenolic. Most people use 2 layers of 1/16" phenolic in two different colors.
  4. If I ordered a longbow kit with a draw wt. of 40# and a draw length of 31", where would the draw wt. be measured at, 31" or the standard 28"?
  5. Q If I ordered a longbow kit with a draw wt. of 40# and a draw length of 31", where would the draw ...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Jim Bilbrey on December 6, 2019 1:20 pm
    Answered by the admin When you order a limb kit, the weight is geared toward the draw length that you order. If you ordered a limb kit, 40# @ 31", it would be 40# @ 31".
  6. Is there a list of everything thats included with this kit available?
  7. Q Is there a list of everything thats included with this kit available? answer now
    Asked by Johnmc on December 2, 2019 7:30 pm
    Answered by the admin Thanks for your excellent question. I have added a list of items included in the description of each all-in-one kit.
  8. Is the thermostat included in the starter kit?
  9. Q Is the thermostat included in the starter kit? answer now
    Asked by Ken on September 1, 2019 2:23 pm
    Answered by the admin Yes. The thermostat is included in the All-In-One atarter kit.
  10. is the reflex deflex the same style as the traditional longbow? what is the difference between the Flat limp/reflex deflex and the reflex deflex?
  11. Q is the reflex deflex the same style as the traditional longbow? what is the difference between t...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Samantha on January 2, 2019 4:16 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Yes, the reflex/deflex design in the 68" and the 64" or 62" hybrid is different. It is mainly in the riser, however. The 68" r/d riser is flat across the back (target side) side. The 64" r/d and the 62" hybrid both have a curved riser on the back (target side) side.

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