All-In-One Starter Kit For Your First 48″ Youth Take-Down Recurve

$391.09

The All-In-One Starter Kit For Your First 48″ Youth Take-Down 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 natural coreflex/superaction wood core and wedges to match, press kit with instructions and dvd, thermostat control, riser block, limb locking hardware, epoxy, phenolic tip overlays (2 pair), drilling jig, bottom tap, continuous loop dacron string (2), bow rest, 1 1/2″ high temperature resistant masking tape and filament tape.

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The All-In-One Starter Kit For Your First 48″ Youth Take-Down 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 natural coreflex/superaction wood core and wedges to match, press kit with instructions and dvd, thermostat control, riser block, limb locking hardware, epoxy, phenolic tip overlays (2 pair), drilling jig, bottom tap, continuous loop dacron string (2), bow rest, 1 1/2″ high temperature resistant masking tape and filament tape.

Customer Questions & Answers

    After the first bow could the press kit, cure box and other tools be used to make larger bows later?
  1. Q After the first bow could the press kit, cure box and other tools be used to make larger bows later? answer now
    Asked by Nick on April 1, 2021 10:34 am
    Answered by the admin If you make the full size heat box, you can use it to make any of our bows. If you want to make a adult size bow later, you will need to make a new press of course but you can reuse everything except for the blueprint, formica strip and the pressure strip.
  2. Hi - want to order a make your own youth bow kit. Wanted to make sure I select the right one. One of your criteria for selection says "right hand/Left Hand" - does this mean the hand he holds it in or if he is right or left handed :) (E.g. He is right handed but of course would hold the bow in his left hand and draw with the right). Sorry for my silly question, David
  3. Q Hi - want to order a make your own youth bow kit. Wanted to make sure I select the right one. One...... Read more answer now
    Asked by David Blewitt on April 8, 2020 5:30 pm
    Answered by the admin You are correct. If you hold the bow with your left hand and draw the string with your right hand, you are a right handed shooter.

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