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$140.00
Used by various Native American Indian tribes
$90.00
Penobscot Double Bow YOU FINISH (Penob-01)

The Penobscot Indian bow named after the ingenious Penobscot Indians of the eastern woodlands. This Marvelous bow was one of the most versatile bows ever made and may have very well been one of the first compound designs ever built. The bow is stable and can be adjusted to a higher draw weight by tightening the back strings. The back bow and strings help reduce string follow adding speed. This bow also sports lower hand shock as well as accuracy. This bow featured a Elliptical main bow which also adds to speed.

This is an excellent bow with a super sweet draw!

To adjust the draw weight simply put the bow on a bench with each tip set on a 1" thick block of wood. Now clamp the handle down to the bench bending the limbs slightly backward. This will relieve the string pressure. Take the old string off and twist it 2 -3 turns tighter. Unclamp bow and replace 1" block with a 2" block, Reclamp handle down and replace the string. The draw weight will increase. Use up to a 4" inch block. The tighter the back strings the higher the draw weight of the entire bow. Piece of cake!!

What is a YOU Finish Bow?

The YOU Finish bows are great for people that would like to create the PREFECT bow themselves, but may require a little help in the process.  We are the craftsmen, you are the ARTIST

  • YOU Finish Bows are fully tillered but are only rough sanded allow you to do the detail sanding to your liking
  • YOU Finish Bows still require the following steps: final sanding, stain (if desired), and sealed with polyurethane or similar finish
  • YOU Finish Bows carry no warranty once work has begun on the bow 

Please ALLOW 4-6 Weeks for your bow to arrive, as this is custom made for you.

INCLUDED

  • Bow
  • String

BOW SPECS

  • Length -Approx 72" tip to tip
  • Bow Wood - Hickory
  • Backing - none
  • Bow Type - Combination
  • Stain - None
  • Handle Wrap - None

HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR ARROW REST

  • If you pull the string with your RIGHT hand you need a RIGHT hand arrow rest
  • If you pull the string with your LEFT hand you need a LEFT hand arrow rest
  • Uni-Grip means you can shoot off either side of the bow off your hand

HELP FINDING YOUR DRAW LENGTH

  • Take your height in inches and divide by 2.5 and round down to the next draw length
  • Example: 6' Tall = 72"/2.5 = 28.8" Draw Length or 28.5"

DRAW WEIGHT SELECTION CHART

  • All our draw weights are at 28"
  • Use the chart below to pick the right draw weight for you
  • Example:
    • Your draw weight is 45@27 - Then you want a 45-50@28
    • Your Draw weight is 55@29 - Then you want a 50-55@28
We are the craftsmen, You are the ARTIST
$140.00
Eastern Woodland Longbow (EWB-01)
This bow is handmade from solid red oak.  It is designed in the Eastern Woodland's bow style in which the tips are almost as wide as the rest of the bow. 

The Cherokee called this the "D" bow as it has the gentle arch of the letter D.

This is a pleasant shooter with little shock in the handle.  It is bound with sisal cord so that it can be shot right or left handed.

This style of bow has been used for hundreds of years by tribes such as : Cherokee, Shawnee,  Delaware, Miami, Sak and Fox, the Five Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy, and many, many others.  This bow is permanently  finished and requires no maintenance.   

  • Fixed draw weight and length of 30-35 lbs. at 28 inches
  • All bows come with a string, and a full set of instructions
  • A warranty for peace of mind 
  • A great handmade bow for a great price
Used by various Native American Indian tribes
$90.00
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