Rider bow Manufactured in Hungary: production time 4-6 weeks These are dried wood materials of excellent quality
Our bows represent the best quality, their low weight makes them ideal for archery on horseback as well as for several hundred shooting during training Tatar bow: the horns are short, The arched design of the rods gives the bow an immediately recognizable shape when it is open, and even with low pulling forces, this ensures a fast and dynamic function. The handle is comfortable and stable. The bow is made in one size. quot;The specialty of Tatar bows are the forward handle, which greatly simplifies a rotating end of the bow during release, and the short stiff ends with their uniquely shaped transition to the bending limbs.quot; No hand shock, very soft Continuous extension up to 31 quot;, very fast and absolutely suitable for long-range shots. Its weight is not even 500 gr (without leather), it enables several hundreds of shooting in one training session. For beginners as well as advanced The bow is made in just one length; Full length unstretched (measured along the course): 141 cm, max. Extension length :: 30 ”, thickness: 20-60 pounds TOP quality and TOP performance Long service life and very safe construction. Our passion for archery. 108Arrow
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https://www.facebook.com/108Arrows/Important and useful information about bows Instructions for use You must not leave the bow in a strung position in a heated car or in the blaring sun. If the bow gets hot, let it cool down and use if afterwards. You should not release a drawn bow without an arrow. You should not lean on the strung bow and do not put it on the ground by its limb. You should unstring the bow after use. You should store the bow with its limbs facing upwards, propping it up close to the limbs. You should be careful when using a bow so that you do not cause a property damage or an injury to yourself or to others. Before you target shoot in the open make sure that there is no one or nothing within a 300 m radius that you could hurt or damage. Never shoot your bow completely vertically into the air. Never shoot without an arrow. The arrow eases the tension of the bow when you dry fire, hair cracks appear on the limb and the limb can break during a shot later. Carry the bow in its sack, hidden separately from the arrows. Never overdraw the bow for longer than the allowed drawing length. Choosing a bow - beginnings To choose a very strong bow for a beginner could be the biggest mistake of an archer. It is important that you never choose a too strong bow. One method of determining the proper strength: We draw the bow to our draw length and we are able to hold it for 20-30 seconds. If we can do this without an effort, then the strength of the bow is right. If our arms start to shake, the bow has too much strength. A beginner should not choose a too fast bow because it tolerates the archer’s mistakes better. If we bought a bow and start to shoot regularly, we should use a finger guard (tab or archery gloves) and an armguard. If it is possible we should shoot first at big and empty target bosses from a short distance. We should pay attention to the technique only. It can be done with closed eyes, too. We should always warm up before shooting. According to the instructions for use we should take care of the bow especially in the summer. We have to check the condition of the gear before we start shooting. We have to be especially careful that the arrows are without cracks or any other damage. We can prevent serious injuries by this. We have to check for signs of wear or separation on the string. The string should be waxed after 2-3 trainings, it will last longer. Nock point is used for putting the arrow at the same place on the string every time. We should put the nock point on the string after 300-500 shots. We should put the nock point on the string in a way that when we place the arrow next to the nock point, the arrow and the string are not squar e with each other but above the right angle by a few millimeters. We should always have an extra tested string. It is important especially at competitions. We should practice several distances at every training. Cold and frost do not harm the bow. The cold that we archers can bear will not damage the bow. Use our bows carefully and properly. If we want to withdraw the arrow from the target, we should take the bow with us on our shoulder. If we put the bow on the ground and the shaping of the bow allows, we should put it with the string facing upwards, laying it towards the bow sight. The bow can be noticed the best if it is lying on the ground this way. The chance of someone treading on it lessens. Shooting technique Basic position: We stand completely laterally to the target, and if we draw a line in front of our toes, it points at the target. 1 Hips, shoulder and the arm (the bow arm) are level with the target. 2 The bow arm is straight and only supports, you do not have to keep the bow tight. The fingers should be loose on the grip. The stabilizer point is at the base of the life-line of the bow palm and at the area of the palm close to the thumb and the wrist. 3 The elbow of the drawing hand is high, in line with our face even at the beginning of stretching. 4 We should hold the string where the index finger, middle finger and ring finger’s first and second knuckles on the drawing hand meet. Not with our finger pads because a few shots are enough that we feel like the string rips the skin off our fingers. The stretching fingers of the drawing hand should be forming a hook so that we do not bend them during stretching reflex-like. 5 We draw the string fully back to the anchor point on our face with a firm but smooth motion and draw the bow. 6 We place the index finger of the drawing hand above the arrow, the middle and ring finger under the arrow. Seemingly we hold the arrow, in reality we hold the string because during drawing we draw the string and it pulls the arrow with itself as the nock connects with the string. The 5 fixed points: 1st and 2nd are our feet on the ground 3rd and 4th are the bow hand and the drawing hand 5th is a chosen point at our face which everyone has to find for themselves In case of mounted archery or moving archery we have only two fixed points, our arms. We usually draw the bow to the shoulder when doing mounted archery and we fire an intuitive shoot. The arrow on the string should be a little higher than the horizontal line (not horizontally because when we draw the bow, the arrow will get into a horizontal position). If the arrow goes below the horizontal when we are drawing, the arrow that we shoot will injure the bow hand. The fixed points written above only work in case of standing in one place. In case of mounted archery or moving archery there are only two fixed points, the two hands. Types of archery draws Mediterranean draw The index finger is above the arrow, and the middle and ring finger are on the string below the arrow. In case of a right handed archer the arrow is on the left side of the grip. Mongolian draw We place the thumb of the drawing hand on the string under the arrow, the index finger on the nail of the thumb and we draw the string this way, like handcuffing the string. With this method, assuming a right handed archer, the arrow is on the right side of the bow hand. There are different variations of this but it is less widespread. The traditional bows made by me are my own designs, manufactured with laminated technology. I strived to take into consideration an authentic appearance but I also put my ideas into the manufacturing. Apache draw You draw the string with two or three fingers under the arrow. The nock point supports from above. It resembles the Mediterranean draw in every other aspect. It is used at string walking, it is not characteristic of a traditional bow, although the rules do not forbid it, they only declare that at least one finger should touch the arrow and the draw complies with it. Egyptian draw The method is basically a two fingered Mediterranean draw, with the significant difference that the archer holds the index finger with the thumb. We can see the same method on the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and Ramses II used it a few thousand years ago.
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