Nomadic Composite Bow

$1,150.00

2 reviews|2 answered questions

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Nomadic Composite Bow $1,150.00

1. Mainframe – birch or bamboo tree
2. Front layer – horn/bone
3. Back layer – tendon/sinew
4. String made of twisted white fiber
The decoration is made of printed paper as a traditional pattern, bow laminated with fiber-optic-like a thread for protecting pattern paper.

Draw Weight: 40-70 lb

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Weight 5 lbs

2 reviews for Nomadic Composite Bow

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Alexander D.

A glorious bow!!! I was amazed that the sacred csodaszarvas (wonder deer) was carved into the siyah horn! Superb traditional handicraft! Very powerful bow and great for competitive practice! This bow preserves the tradition and history of the Peoples of the Steppes very well. I even hope to preserve this as a family heirloom.

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Alexander D.

A glorious bow!!! I was amazed that the sacred csodaszarvas (wonder deer) was carved into the siyah horn! Superb traditional handicraft! Very powerful bow and great for competitive practice! This bow preserves the tradition and history of the Peoples of the Steppes very well. I even hope to preserve this as a family heirloom.

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Alexander D.

A glorious bow!!! I was amazed that the sacred csodaszarvas (wonder deer) was carved into the siyah horn! Superb traditional handicraft! Very powerful bow and great for competitive practice! This bow preserves the tradition and history of the Peoples of the Steppes very well. I even hope to preserve this as a family heirloom.

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Alexander D.

A glorious bow!!! I was amazed that the sacred csodaszarvas (wonder deer) was carved into the siyah horn! Superb traditional handicraft! Very powerful bow and great for competitive practice! This bow preserves the tradition and history of the Peoples of the Steppes very well. I even hope to preserve this as a family heirloom.

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  1. DT

    The bow is a work of art as well as a functioning bow. The rock art designs are a great addition.

  2. AD

    A glorious bow!!! I was amazed that the sacred csodaszarvas (wonder deer) was carved into the siyah horn! Superb traditional handicraft! Very powerful bow and great for competitive practice! This bow preserves the tradition and history of the Peoples of the Steppes very well. I even hope to preserve this as a family heirloom.

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How would the bow stand up to a hot humid climate of the southern USA? Steve asked on April 12, 2024

For humid climate, draw power might loosen little bit.

Mongulai answered on April 13, 2024 store manager
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How can I be sure of the draw eight of the bow? 50 lbs would be my my max. David Turner asked on April 1, 2024

Hello, Please leave order note during checkout.

Mongulai answered on April 2, 2024 store manager
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