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SinoArt 68’’ Takedown Recurve Bow

Review Last Updated: February 3, 2020

Alexander Herbert
Product Review by Alexander Herbert

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the SinoArt 68’’ Takedown Recurve Bow.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Budget-friendly
  • Comes with good quality accessories
  • Great for target archery

Cons

  • Not for bowhunting

SinoArt 68’’ Takedown Recurve Bow Product Review

SinoArt have created one of the most budget-friendly options on the market with this recurve bow kit. A lot of bang for your buck can be found here; with a bowstringing tool, arm guard, finger tab, arrow rest, and attachable sight all included as standard.

Many users have bought this particular model after a break from archery, wanting a cheap entry back into the hobby; and all have commended it for its favorable performance on the range. The riser is solid hardwood, with composite limbs made from maple and fiberglass laminate.

The included sight attachment is of considerable quality but will demand an upgrade once you have developed your technique further.

Available in #18 – #36 of draw weight, the SinoArt shouldn’t be purchased by anyone expecting to go bowhunting. Instead, the SinoArt is designed with target archery in mind and is where this bow will perform best.

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