Stygian 56" RecurveItem Number: 868405X
$329.99 $329.99
Stygian 56" Recurve

Stygian 56" Recurve

Item Number: 868405X
$329.99 $329.99

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Like the mythical river for which it is named, the 56" Traditional Only Stygian Recurve offers many exciting twists and turns for the traditional bowhunter. It's built compact to shoot in tight places with authority, yet you won't believe how smooth it draws.

Riser: Radiused, cut-on center shelf with high grip. Charcoal action wood with maple accents.

Arrow Rest: The Stygian Recurve comes with a hair arrow rest and leather strike plate.

Limbs: Maple and black fiberglass.

String: High performance Flemish twist string.

Available in right or left handed in 29#, 35#, 40#, 45#, 50#, and 55# @ 28". Please specify.

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Choose from a left or right handed bow (choose based on what hand you Draw the bow string with), and bow weight at a 28" draw length. 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 bows 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.

Minimum Arrow Weight - Do not shoot an arrow weighing less than eight grains for every pound of peak draw weight. For example: If your bow's peak weight is 40 pounds at your 30" draw length, do not shoot an arrow weighing less than 320 grains total arrow weight (40# x 8 gpp = 320 grains). Shooting an arrow below eight grains per pound (gpp) can cause damage to your bow similar to dry firing and possible injury to the shooter or others nearby. Damage caused by shooting an arrow that is too light will damage the bow and will not be covered under warranty by 3Rivers Archery or bow manufacturer.

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