Istvan Toth Mongolian Horse Bow
- String Length:?50? (122 cm)
- Strung Bow Length:?53 1/2? (136 cm)
- Measured at :?28 Inches
- Maximum Draw Length:?30″
- Materials Used:?Fibgreglass for limbs, Wooden Syhas and leather covers
- Brace Height:?5 1/2? (14 cm)
Where the Hungarian bow is smother to shoot the Mongolian horse bow gives a bit of a hand and arm shock but compensates for it by adding a few feet per second of power.
They also have string rests at each end of the bow where the string sits allowing for that extra power to come through by not allowing the string to move around after an arrow has been released.
The ancient Mongols developed this style with its distinctive bridge on which?the string rests. The string gets a little extra ?pop? when it snaps against the?bridge, translating into higher arrow velocity and power.
The stiff tips (syhas) are?made of ash wood with horn tips. A Strike plate is present on the handles to protect the leather when shooting the arrows. These factors make the bow 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.
They come in different coloured of premium leather and are very sturdy.
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