Archers on horseback were used from the 8th century BC on by the early Scythian tribes in Central Asia. These nomadic steppe people travelled, hunted and battled on horseback. The Huns introduced the flat upper and lower side to catch the asymmetry of the bow and also the Turks and the Mongols adjusted the design of the horsebow to their own wishes.
The length of this horsebow is 48" (122 cm). The centre piece is made of walnut wood and the limbs are made of tineo on maple wood. The nocks, where the string is put in, are made of micarta & walnut . The standing height is 5" to 5,5" (the perpendicular distance from the string to the drawn bow is 12,7 to 14 cm). The string itself is made of dacron.
Available for left-handed archers upon request.
this product is custome made.
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This item cannot be shipped to countries outside the EU due to its length.
This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.
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