Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow Review

Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4.5 stars
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Review Summary:

This bow is the best bow for your buck! You can get the bow with whatever you need in a bow at an unbelievable price. Its AMO length of 62" A allows for a stable as well as for a smooth shooting for any draw length. The no-tools takedown is an easy way on the market. It allows for easy exchange of Sage limbs for different draw weights. This takedown recurve bow is ideal for beginners. It is also excellent as a backup bow for those traveling to hunt big game. It has been crafted with an Olive Dymondwood and Hard Maple laminated Riser. The limbs are hard Maple and black fibre-glass with reinforced limb tips. You can get it in a stabilizer insert, a brass plunger mount and also with sight mount bushings.

You can get the takedown recurve bow e in a right or left-handed version. It can also provide you with a bow length of 62”. It’s a bow which is ideal for those building their form. It can be considered as a takedown bow. In this way you get the opportunity to upgrade your limbs as you develop your strength rather than having to purchase a new bow as your skill level increases. You can also purchase it in many different draw weights from 25 lbs. to 60 lbs. You can also increase the draw weights as you become more experienced, making it even more cost-effective.

A takedown recurve bow can shoot arrows faster irrespective of the fact that it has shorter limbs as it can store more energy pound for pound. Bow hunters are known to be a versatile bow due to its average size. Despite its stylish form its performance continues to be dependent on ones shooting style and the way you hunt. You should use it during short-range hunting than in a long-range situation. The average effective range of this takedown recurve bow is 20 yards. The bow becomes ineffective if you use it further since the arcing factor of the arrow comes into play. The arrows can lose speed that they reach the 20 to 30 yards limit. The materials have been used when designing this takedown recurve bow vary as they are based on thespecification of the interested buyer. You can also get it in wood material like that of the walnut, bubinga, zebrawood and maple. Moreover, it can also be made of fibre-glass or phenolic fibers.

Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow
873 Reviews
Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow
  • THIS 62" BOW INCLUDES: B-50 Bow String and Arrow Rest
  • FOR FUTURE UPGRADES: Pre-installed Brass Bushings for Brass Plunger, Stabilizer, Sight, and Quiver, WILL FIT SAMICK SAGE HUNTING KIT
  • DESIGN: Limbs are Hard Maple with Black Fiberglass; Single Tapered Knob and Metal Limb Pocket Design; LIMBS CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY TO INCREASE OR DECREASE WEIGHT AS NEEDED
  • RECOMMENDED MAX DRAW LENGTH: 29" (suggest Samick Journey for longer draw)
  • RECOMMENDED BRACE HEIGHT: 7 1/4 inch to 8 1/4 inch

Last update on 2017-07-21 PST - Details

Features

1. Specifications

It comes with a 62” for up to 28” Draw, Economical, 7 ½”- 8 ¼” is the suggested Brace Height, Fast- Flight Phenolic Reinforced Limb Tips, Limbs are made of Hard Maple with Black Fiberglass, Riser Cut Past Centre having a Crowned Arrow Shelf, Laminated Riser of Olive Dymondwood as well as Hard Maple, Metal Limb Pocket Design and Single Tapered Knob.

2. Bundled Package

Stabilizer, Brass Plunger and Sight/Quiver Bushings Entry to Intermediate Level Bow and String are included.

3. Ease of Use

In order to use this takedown recurve bow stand in a stable position. Now you will have to look towards your target or the object you intend to shoot. Making use of your left or right hand, the grip should be held firmly. You should hold the bow straight and load an arrow, which can match its draw length. The arrow should run perpendicularly to the bow and stay aligned to the target line. Don’t apply more pressure to the handle to avoid the shock that will arise from the shooting. The arrow’s cleft should be around the bowstring and then you pull back the string. You will not get it with a scope and you will act as the sighting system. In order to obtain effective results, aim for the target as you look behind the arrow. You should also ensure that you don’t get hurt.

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4. Pricing

When you are confident that your target is within the shooting range, let go of the arrow. Irrespective of being a novice or a renowned archer, you will fall in love with this bow.  It has all the features of an ideal bow and at a price that does not force you to break a bank. You will be able to select the left hand or right bow depending on which is your strong hand.  This ensures that anybody can use it.

Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow
873 Reviews
Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow
  • THIS 62" BOW INCLUDES: B-50 Bow String and Arrow Rest
  • FOR FUTURE UPGRADES: Pre-installed Brass Bushings for Brass Plunger, Stabilizer, Sight, and Quiver, WILL FIT SAMICK SAGE HUNTING KIT
  • DESIGN: Limbs are Hard Maple with Black Fiberglass; Single Tapered Knob and Metal Limb Pocket Design; LIMBS CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY TO INCREASE OR DECREASE WEIGHT AS NEEDED
  • RECOMMENDED MAX DRAW LENGTH: 29" (suggest Samick Journey for longer draw)
  • RECOMMENDED BRACE HEIGHT: 7 1/4 inch to 8 1/4 inch

Last update on 2017-07-21 PST - Details

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Ease of Assembly: Going by the name this takedown recurve bow you can easily assemble, dissemble and reassemble it.
  • Affordability: It is cheap.
  • No challenge: It will not pose any challenge while shooting within the range of 30-40 yards as it has a draw weight of more than 40lbs.
  • Grip: The comfortable grip available in this takedown recurve bow provides you with maximum control as you fire the bow. It also sees to it that you don’t get hurt after using it for a longer duration of shooting. The grip is made of laminated wood, as it is a material, which can absorb the shock that you get when you release the arrow to the target. There will be no need for you to operate this recurve bow. It’s simple as well as innovative design allows even a beginner to use it with ease.
  • Accuracy: This takedown recurve bow is accurate. Its accuracy is outstanding for a traditional bow. The reason for this is because of its 62-inch total length. Longer bows shoot fast and more accurately than their shorter counterparts.

Cons

  • Silencers should be installed: If you are making use of the bow for hunting game, you should install some silencers since it produces some sound as you draw it.
  • It is bulky: The takedown recurve bow has a weight of 3.4lbs. This is a tad heavy for a bow. You will need a few days to adjust to this weight if you are used to lighter bows. All in all the weight provides you with a control as you shoot in areas where there is a lot of wind.

Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow
873 Reviews
Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow
  • THIS 62" BOW INCLUDES: B-50 Bow String and Arrow Rest
  • FOR FUTURE UPGRADES: Pre-installed Brass Bushings for Brass Plunger, Stabilizer, Sight, and Quiver, WILL FIT SAMICK SAGE HUNTING KIT
  • DESIGN: Limbs are Hard Maple with Black Fiberglass; Single Tapered Knob and Metal Limb Pocket Design; LIMBS CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY TO INCREASE OR DECREASE WEIGHT AS NEEDED
  • RECOMMENDED MAX DRAW LENGTH: 29" (suggest Samick Journey for longer draw)
  • RECOMMENDED BRACE HEIGHT: 7 1/4 inch to 8 1/4 inch

Last update on 2017-07-21 PST - Details

Conclusion

Be it, sport hunting, game hunting or target shooting, this bow is a promising weapon. What I liked about this bow is its ease of use and easy assembling feature. Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow may be considered a must have product if you are an archery sport lover!

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