- Laminated with Olive Dymondwood and Hard Maple
- Hard Maple with Black Fiberglass Limbs
- Pre-Installed Brass Bushings
Today we'll be reviewing the Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow.
Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!
- Excellent resistance to bending
- Fantastic price
- Suitable for beginners
- Limbs are unscrew-able by hand
- Drilled riser
- Experienced archers will need to upgrade the strings
- Heavier than similar, pricier bows
Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow Product Review
We’ve included The Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow in both of our bow reviews on Archery Edge, and it’s for a good reason!
The riser is simple, effective, and well-polished; this teamed with its friendly price make this reliable bow perfect for beginners. Also, the riser is drilled, therefore installing an arrow rest, sight, stabilizer, or arrow quiver is simple and easy to do in minutes.
The Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow is designed to be durable, customizable and easy to tune, and it most certainly delivers.
The riser is resilient and durable thanks to its Olive Dymondwood and Hard Maple exterior blend. Plus, it looks good too. The Hard Maple is laminated with a layer of fiberglass to give the limbs durability and bend resistance.
The limbs are long, but they are detachable from the riser to allow for easy storage and transportation. The screws are unscrew-able by hand, so there’s no need for hex keys.
The reinforced Phenolic plastic tips are perfect for whenever you decide to upgrade to FastFlight strings. It’s a rarity that bows in this price bracket come with reinforced limb tips.
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