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During the time of the Mongol conquest, the Mongol cavalrymen wielded a fearsome horsebow as their main weapon. Retaining the lightweight and powerful characteristics of other Asian style bows, the Mongol bow is easily recognised by its prominent string bridges near the tips. Whilst a simple addition, these bridges prevent the string from sliding sideways and rubbing against the limbs during use. 

The unique shape of this bow, with limbs bending towards the back, enables it to hold an immense amount of energy. This design allows arrows to be released at lightning speed, surpassing even the modern recurve at the same poundage.

This Mongol bow features wooden limbs and siyahs, expertly wrapped in black leather for a sleek and stylish finish.


Reflex composite Horsebow



Leather wrap


Total bow length: 52 1/3 inches (132.9cm)

Brace height:

~7 inches

Draw weight:

30lbs @ 28 inches

Max draw length:

32 inches 


Bow, string 

Extra info:

Are you a beginner to archery/traditional shooting and not sure what else is needed to get started?  Please find some initial guidance below. Or for more send us an email on

1. Arrows - A bow would be useless without arrows to shoot with. For this bow we recommend either Carbon or Wooden arrows with feathers. Start with some basic arrows and practice very close to the target, focusing on improving your shooting technique. Once you're ready to take archery to the next level then it's time to consider calculating a) your draw length, b) picking the right arrow length, and c) selecting the right arrow spine, all of which we can advise on. 

2. Arm protection - An armguard is a must. This sits on your opposite arm and protects your arm from bruising which can occur when the string slaps your arm after the arrow is released (trust us on this one!).

3. A quiver - Not a necessity, but useful. For storing your arrows and keeping them close when shooting. The most common type of quiver hangs off your belt/waist, but quivers that hang over your shoulder are also available. 

4. Finger protection - Repeated pulling back of the string of a bow will strain and damage your finger.  Archers will therefore use either a protective glove or a finger tab to protect their string pulling finger from injuries. 

5. Hand protection - Traditional bows such as this one rely on the arrow resting on the side of the bow, and once in-flight the feather of the arrow can graze the fleshy part of your hand between your thumb and index finger. It is highly recommended to place a piece of leather here, or to use a dedicated hand guard/glove to avoid feather cuts. 

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