This fearsome horsebow was the main weapon of the Mongol cavalrymen during the time of the Mongol conquest. Whilst maintaining the lightweight yet powerful characteristics of Asian style bows, the Mongol bow can be distinguished by the presence of prominent string bridges - allowing for more stored energy for a given poundage.
This style of bow has a unique shape when unstrung with the limbs bending towards the back of the bow, allowing it to store an enormous amount of energy. This design allows arrows to be shot faster than a standard recurve, or even against other types of reflex bows.
This Mongol bow is a wooden composite with a layer of Zebrano, a stunning and dense wood found only in Central Africa. The dark streaks throughout the wood add a raw beauty to this powerful bow. To add further strength and protection, this bow has also been laminated with fibre glass and epoxy.
Reflex composite Horsebow
Total bow length: 52.3 inches (132.8cm)
~ 7 inches (17.8cm)
55.5 inches (141cm)
Max draw length:
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