Eastern Woodland Longbow

Used by various Native American Indian tribes
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
  • Model: EWB-01

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