Oneida 64" Longbow Item Number: 85906X
$209.99 $209.99
Made in the US Overweight product, additional charges may apply
Oneida 64

Oneida 64" Longbow

Item Number: 85906X
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$209.99 $209.99
Made in the US Overweight product, additional charges may apply


 
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The Oneida Longbow has been built to the specifications of an authentic Native American style hickory flatbow.

At roughly 64" tip-to-tip, the Oneida is slightly longer than historic Native American bows to adjust for longer modern draw lengths. It is a powerful bow that shoots accurately.

Made from quality brown stained hickory, this flat bow is certain to bring you closer to the spirit of Native American archery. Comes with a Dacron Flemish bow string, bow instructions, warranty, and a certificate of authenticity.

The Oneida Longbow has no arrow shelf, making it suitable for right or left handed shooters. It is recommended that you use a bowglove (sold separately.) Available in 40-45, 45-50, and 50-55# @ 28" draw. Please specify.

Not recommended for drawing past 28"

Draw Weight Chart
All bows are tillered for 28", but you can find the right choice for your draw length by using the chart below:
Example: 45-50@28 = 43-48@27
@24 @25 @26 @27 @28
17 22 19 24 21 26 23 28 25 30
22 27 24 29 26 31 28 33 30 35
27 32 29 34 31 36 33 38 35 40
32 37 34 39 36 41 38 43 40 45
37 42 39 44 41 46 43 48 45 50
42 47 44 49 46 51 48 53 50 55
47 52 49 54 51 56 53 58 55 60
52 57 54 59 56 61 58 63 60 65
57 62 59 64 61 66 63 68 65 70
62 67 64 69 66 71 68 73 70 75
67 72 69 74 71 76 73 78 75 80


This bow does not come with a bow stringer. 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 primitive bow when you are done shooting, and only string it right before shooting. 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).