Martin Saber Takedown Recurve Bow 45 Pound Camouflage

Martin Saber Takedown Recurve Bow 45 Pound Camouflage

5.00 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

5.00 out of 5
3 reviews

Product Description

The new Martin Saber Takedown Recurve Bow 45 Pound Camouflage brings a higher level of features to Martin Archery’s metal riser Take Downs. These include the more advanced Saber handle with 2 integrated Vibration Vortex V.E.M.’s mounted in the riser and the Thermal V protective dampening grip for a vibration free shot. A smooth draw, a powerful shot, a durable riser, a comfortable grip. Our list of important features isnt short. Laminated wood and glass limbs offer a smooth draw, but send an arrow with authority. You can easily remove limbs from the riser for convenient transport and storage. We even throw in an arrow rest, all for a very reasonable price. Includes owners manual. Brace Height: 6.75in.- 7.5in, Mass Weight: 3.4 lbs. AMO Length: 64in. Right Hand Only. Camo. Draw Weight: 45-Pound.

  • Martin Saber Takedown Recurve Bow 45 Pound Camouflage
  • The new Saber Take-Down bow brings a higher level of features to Martin Archery’s metal riser Take Downs.
  • Including the more advanced Saber handle with two integrated Vibration Vortex V.E.M.’s mounted in the riser and the Thermal V protective dampening grip for a vibration free shot.
  • A smooth draw, a powerful shot, a durable riser, and a comfortable grip.
  • You can easily remove limbs from the riser for convenient transport and storage.
  • Laminated wood and glass limbs offer a smooth draw, but send an arrow with authority.

Additional Information

Binding

Sports

Brand

Martin Archery

CatalogNumberList

154122

Color

Camouflage

EAN

0043008154122

EANList

0043008154122

ItemDimensions

0, hundredths-inches, 0, hundredths-inches, 45, hundredths-pounds, 0, hundredths-inches

Label

Martin Archery

Manufacturer

Martin Archery

Model

2820N45

MPN

2820N45

PackageDimensions

250, hundredths-inches, 2640, hundredths-inches, 420, hundredths-pounds, 940, hundredths-inches

PartNumber

2820N45

ProductGroup

Sports

ProductTypeName

SPORTING_GOODS

Publisher

Martin Archery

Studio

Martin Archery

UPC

043008154122

UPCList

043008154122

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3 reviews for Martin Saber Takedown Recurve Bow 45 Pound Camouflage

  1. Joseph Rowe
    5 out of 5

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    This is my first recurve bow and first bow in fifteen years. The riser has a compound bow feel to it so with a little practice I am grouping my arrows pretty tight. Easy to assemble and disassemble. The only thing I have changed on it is the rest. Great value for the enjoyment I have received.

  2. George
    5 out of 5

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    This is a good intro/intermediary Recurve. I would recommend it to my friends. It shoots consistently and was very easy to assemble.

  3. Iron Rider
    5 out of 5

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    This is a very nice bow. I get compliments on it all the time and it shoots great. To add to my bow I purchased several other items on Amazon to go along with my bow. Some luxury items, some recommended items. I’ll explain in greater detail why I choose these items below.

    1.) Stabilizer (recommended)
    2.) 30-Inch Adult Carbon Arrows (recommended)
    3.) 2 Caron Express Whisker String Silencers (optional)
    4.) Sharp Shooter Sight (optional)
    5.) Modified Bullet Points for Carbon Arrows. (recommended)
    6.) Bow Quiver (recommended)
    7.) Biscuit (optional)
    8.) Caliper Release (optional)
    9.) Armguard (optional)
    10.) String loops (optional)
    11.) Inline Sight (optional)

    Setup with this bow is easy. It took me a total of about 15 minutes to assemble this recursive bow bare-bones and string. Once the bow was assembled I added some of the additional add-ons then I took the bow to my local Sportsman’s shop to have them look it over for safety and recommendations.

    As is typical with recursive bows, you will find your draw a little more strenuous compared to a compound bow. You might also find that your style of shooting a recursive bow may differ from your style of shooting a compound bow. Think of a recursive bow as a more natural approach as apposed to the compound which would be more mechanical and precise. As you pull the string back often you will find it more difficult to hold that position for any short length of time, so using something like an inline sight might not work for you. In my case, I installed one anyway but had to tilt it 30 degrees inline in order to effectively use it with this recursive.

    The bow itself is long. It’s quite big yet out of the box it is quite stable and smooth. I went ahead and added a stabilizer just for good luck and looks. Really up to you but the longer is generally better when it comes to stabilizers.

    I added a caliper release setup for a more accurate shoot. It seems to work well this this bow.

    I did install a three prong sharp shooter sight which also works great for this bow. If you go this direction you might try an inline string sight with it BUT, I had to tilt the axes on mine almost 30 degrees to see through the whole. It will take a few sights to perfect it and get it to where you want it. Just remember and I stress this… The recursive bows draw is not as relaxing as a compound. As a result, you may not even want to use a string sight. It’s up to you. I would recommend shooting without it first. Then decide. Ultimately I will probably go to a red dot sight before to long.

    I attached an eight arrow mossy oak quiver which works fine. Up to you how you want to stow and access your arrows.

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