recurve bow


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recurve bow

n.
A bow whose ends curve away from the archer when the bow is strung.
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But then, he didn't realize the buck he was shooting with his recurve bow was a world record, either.
The high score was set by Tom Hall (University of Warwick Archery Club) for shooting the recurve bow in a Portsmouth round and was subsequently declared men's champion for 2015.
I have shot and killed big game with everything from a recurve bow, compound bow, crossbow, * rifle and shotgun.
The youngster, who not only shoots the Olympic recurve bow but also the longbow, admits whether or not she fulfils her potential and recovers from her injury is all in the mind.
A user looking for the best recurve bow in a particular price range can browse through one of the following categories:
The result was an adapter simply screwed onto my recurve bow which converts it much in the style of a crossbow, using a foot stirrup to hold the bow whilst pulling up the bow string using two hands.
Competitors had the well known compound bow, the recurve bow and the traditional longbow.
Girls who come in because of the movie want to shoot like Katniss--the more traditional archery with a recurve bow.
Khatuna Lorig - Archery (and most recently credited as Jennifer Lawrence's teacher for the recurve bow for HUNGER GAMES); Jennifer Gillom - Basketball (Olympic Gold medal winner and assistant coach to the U.
One recurve bow costs at least 100,000 rupees ($1960).
The device, which sells for just less than $200, can be attached to virtually any compound or recurve bow.