Specifications equestrian bows

The equestrian bows can be recognized by the throwing arms that bend at the ends of the archer. This curve puts extra pressure on the string and therefore leads to higher energy and speed when firing the arrows. 

The average pull of the equestrian bows averages around 15 to 50 lbs. The pull determines how much force it takes from you to pull the bow all the way out. This pulling force is measured in lbs, English pounds. To convert this to kilograms you need to know that 1 English pound is 0.454 kg. The more lbs the bow is, the harder the arrow will be fired, but the harder you will have to be able to pull. 

The throwing arms of a horse bow are often made up of laminates, which are multiple layers of wood and plastic, such as fiberglass and carbon, which are glued together.

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