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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Caption: Some years I get to draw my recurve bow back quite often, This year, not so much.
That's because he shoots a recurve bow, which is little more than a string and a piece of curved wood with a shaped grip and arrow rest.
4500 Comanche Beaded Hide Quiver PLUS Sinew-Back Recurve Bow AND Arrows Includes hide quiver beaded along the edge in alternating colors of sky blue, white, red white-heart, pony trader blue, pea green, and greasy yellow, length 41 in.
JUNCTION CITY - It's been nearly a year since Riven Benson, 11, traded in her drum kit for a $120 recurve bow.
Limited tenders are invited for Supply of Recurve Bow Handle Recurve Limb (Pair Bow String Bow Stabilizer (long rod, short rod, extender & V bar)
Cory is a member of the Phoenix Bowmen and club secretary Tim Mason said the teenager owned his own equipment and used a high-powered recurve bow.
It was an old recurve bow, but not' just any old recurve bow.
That's probably just how the classic double gun guys sounded when the semi-auto was invented, or the recurve bow crowd when compounds took over .
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.
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.
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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.