Who makes the best takedown recurve bow?
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What is the quietest recurve bow?
Assenheimer recurves. The quietest bow you can shoot is a self bow with heavy wood arrows.
Why is my bow so loud?
Loose accessories. Any loose parts of the bow might increase the vibrations and loud sounds created when you shoot your bow. These accessories can get loose over time, even if initially installed correctly, so loud sounds may seem to appear out of no nowhere.
Why is my recurve bow so loud?
Although a recurve bow is generally a lot louder than a longbow and other bow types, too much noise usually indicates that something may be wrong with your bow or the arrows youre using. Several things could be wrong with your bow, from incorrect brace height to loose strands.
How do I choose a recurve bow for limbs?
If you shoot more than a 27″ draw, its a 68″ bow. If you shoot more than a 25″ draw, its a 66″ bow. If you shoot less than a 25″ bow, you should consider a 64″ bow (short limbs and a 23″ riser). If you shoot more than a 31″ draw, you should consider a 72″ bow (long limbs and a 27″ riser).
How do I silence my bow?
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Why does my bow twang?
All recurves make some kind of twang sound on release, some less than others. Its inherent to the design since part of the string comes in contact with the limb. If its making a real racket then you can quiet it down by sticking felt pads underneath where the string rests on the limb.