Bring the rustic tradition of an English Longbow to your archery practice by checking out the design of the Greyhawke English Longbow. Made from solid hickory, this bow comes in seven draw weight options measured in pounds. Inspired by the traditions of the English longbow, this bow has a rounded belly with tapered limbs. The belly has a brown, flat wrapped leather grip. This grip makes the bow comfortable to hold. The grip is an ambidextrous design. Also, it comes with a removable strike plate that has an adhesive backing. Painted onto the bow just below the grip is a black and red design as well as the bows draw weight. Overall, the bow has a rustic style finish. It can handle the outdoors and comes with its string, a bow stringer, instructions, warranty, and a certificate of authenticity. This hickory longbow is great for reenacting, target shooting, and hunting.
This bow comes with a warranty.
- Sold in seven draw weights
- Ambidextrous design
- Features a rustic stained finish
- Includes bow stringer, instructions, and certificate of authenticity
- Great for reenacting, target shooting, and hunting
- Made from hickory
- Grip wrap is leather
How to Find Your Draw Length and Draw Weight:
- To find your draw length, take your height in inches and divide by 2.5. If need be, round down to the next draw length. For example, someone who is 5 Feet 4 Inches tall will have a draw length of 25 after rounding down.
- The Draw Weight of a bow is measured in pounds and corresponds to the amount of force required to pull back the bow string. It is best to pick a draw weight that you can handle. All of the bows have a draw length of 28 inches. To match your draw weight to its equivalent in the 28 inch draw length, use the chart above. Find your draw length and weight and slide over along the row to the corresponding draw weight range under the 28 header. For example if you use a bow that is 47-52 pounds at 24 inches, you will use the bow of 55-60 pounds at a 28 inch draw.
- Overall Length: 72 Inches
- Draw Length: 28 Inches
Measurements are approximate.