Istvan Toth Crim Tatar Horse Bow
- String Length:?48? (122 cm)
- Strung Bow Length:?50? (127 cm)
- Measured at :?28 Inches
- Maximum Draw Length:?30″
- Materials Used:?Fibgreglass for limbs, Wooden Syhas and leather covers
- Brace Height:?6 1/2? (16.5 cm)
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The Crimean Tatars was the name of the Ancient Ukranians. The bows and skilled archers coming from that land were derived by years of battles and war with the Mongolians and the acquisiton of their bow design.
Comparable to the Mongolian?s speed, the Tatar has a smoother release and a unique tip (syha) design .
The stiff tips (syhas) are?made of ash wood with horn tips and Strike Plates to protect the leather when shooting the arrows making the bows beautifully decorated and visually pleasing. These?bows are not restricted by an arrow rest, allowing the flexibility to shoot right and left-handed, Western or Eastern style.
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