DAS Longbow Limbs
Item Number: 8168X
Price: $314.99 - $499.99
(Depending upon options selected.)
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DAS Bow LIMBS are a crucial part to DAS bows. Not only do we offer recurve and longbow limbs in black or Mathews® Lost Camo, but we offer different core material. Choose which material, finish, and style fits your needs and get shooting. Best part is, if you every want to try something different, get replacement DAS limbs and they will all fit your DAS riser.
Foam Core: Foam Core Limbs offer smooth drawing, fast speeds, stability, and solid performance. Weather conditions have zero effect on limb performance. Stabil-Kore™ is a light weight core material which gives bow limbs lateral and torsion rigidity. Stabil-Kore™ is a proprietary composite that can be used as an alternative to carbon to increase efficiency and add multi-directional attributes, reinforce limbs, increasing cast, and eliminating nearly all lateral twisting for better in-line recovery and more energy down range. Wood Core: High quality Maple core limbs are smooth shooting and cost effective for the hunter on a budget. Expect high dollar performance out of these smooth shooting limbs. Pair the DAS longbow limbs with a DX5 longbow DAS riser for the ultimate modern reflex-deflex longbow. Match with a Dalaa recurve DAS riser for the same hard hitting performance and smoother draws at longer lengths. Available in foam core and wood core. Choose length and bow weight @ 28" in Mathews® Lost Camo or Black. DAS DX5 Longbow 60" - Test Data Provided by Blacky Schwarz of BowReports.com
Draw Weight @ 28" Stored Energy Ratio SE/PDF* Arrow Weight Arrow Speed Kinetic Energy Efficiency Brace Height Limb Bolt Setting 52 lbs 44.80 ft-lbs 0.86 468 Grains 189 fps 37.13 ft-lbs 82.9% 7-3/8" Medium
DAS Longbow Limbs Limbs 15" Riser 17" Riser 21" Riser Medium 58" 40-60# 60" 40-60# 64" 35-55# Long 60" 40-60# 62" 40-60# 66" 35-55# XLong 62" 40-60# 64" 40-60# 68" 35-55# * Ratio of Stored Energy to Peak Draw Force. A measurement of how much energy a bow can store.