Or the first time, Striker Bows is offering a takedown recurve bow model with the option of interchangeable limbs. This option gives the ability to universally change out limbs on any takedown model without the need for custom fitting the limbs to the riser. This step helps bridge the gap between a custom fitted takedown model and a ready-to-go takedown model. The exact bow poundage is listed on every bow we make, and will fall within the poundage range you select, at a draw length of 28. Charcoal action wood riser and limb veneers.
Laminated wood and clear Gordon glass. Forward handle design with thumb rest. White phenolic and charcoal riser striping and overlays. Overlays on front and back of bow handle.
Felt rest & side plate. Sight window cut past center. Phenolic reinforced front and back tips. Fast flight string with woolie whisper silencers. Finished with a matte style finish.Brace height: 7-1/2 to 8 inches (from string to throat of grip). Physical weight of bow: Approx. Available only in 60 length. The Striker Classic TDR, a takedown recurve set at a 60 length, incorporates the trend of Strikers short riser design, allowing long working recurve limbs to give the shooter a smooth draw, making it a quiet shooting, high performing bow. Bocote wood is used for the riser section, as well as the limb veneers, for an exotic look that is sought after in the custom world without the custom price tag attached. The Classic TDR incorporates an interchangeable limb system making it possible to change out different Striker limbs without the need for custom fitting. Bocote wood riser and limb veneers. Yellow and black phenolic riser striping and overlays. The item "STRIKER ARCHERY Classic/Sport TDR 60 Takedown Recurve Bow, RH ONLY" is in sale since Tuesday, October 10, 2017. This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Archery\Bows\Longbows".
The seller is "silverarcheryuk" and is located in london, London. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.