Fred Eichler Signature Hoyt Satori Takedown Limbs - StandardItem Number: 25417X
Where does Fred Eichler go when he wants a takedown recurve that matches his high standards? To Hoyt, where they've worked with him to create the Fred Eichler Signature Hoyt Satori Takedown Recurve.
Hoyt Satori limbs come in a variety of lengths, camo patterns, and weights. There's something for every bowhunter or target shooter.
With the Satori, Hoyt has taken their high-performance target limbs and adapted them for the modern bowhunter. These limbs combine aerospace carbon with a rock maple core and glass wedge for target archery performance in a hunting bow.
Please Note: Bow weights are rated on a 21" riser. Add 2# for using with a 19" riser, and add 4# for a 17" riser.
Standard Limbs: Maple core surrounded by carbon. ILF connection. Short (58" on 17" riser), Medium (60" on 17"), or Long (62" on 17") length. Available in colors of Blackout, Wood Grain, Under Armour Ridge Reaper, Realtree, and Kuiu Verde. Weights of 35#, 40#, 45#, 50#, 55#, 60#, or 65#.
Includes groove silencers and manual.
Hoyt registration required for warranty service. You can register your product here.Hoyt Satori Length Chart
|Draw Weights 35#, 40#, 45#, 50#, 55#, 60#, 65# @ 28"|
Remember that with a traditional bow the weight will change depending upon what your draw length is. Bow weight will change approximately ±2½ pounds for every inch from a bow's rated draw length. So a bow rated 45# @ 28" bow is roughly a 42½# @ 27" or 47½# @ 29". Draw weight is marked at the nearest 5# increment to actual weight, (2#'s under and 3#'s over). This is an industry wide standard.
A bow stringer is recommended for stringing any recurve bow or longbow. See our bow stringers here. Stringing a bow without a bow stringer, or stringing it backwards will void a bow's warranty. It is recommended to unstring your bow if you do not plan to be shooting more than week. Store your bow on its side, or hanging vertically from a peg. Never rest the bow on the lower tip for extended periods of time. Never dry fire the bow (shooting without an arrow).