TAS Mongol Bow

TAS Mongol Bow

€99.00

The synthetic resin bows are quite widespread replicas of the nomad composite bows. These durable bows can be made quickly and arerecommended mainly for those people who are beginners in archery. The Mongol is much liked due to its quickness. It is the result of the string channel on the bow syah. The string hits it when the arrow flies off giving it extra speed. Materials:    synthetic resin, fibre glass, epoxy, leather, bandage thread, wood.

If you choose the bow with vivid colored leather, you can choose the color and add its ID in the field below. Look at the "attachments" for downloadable photos of the available shadows.

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Composite bows are different from the Western European simple bows (so called longbows) in a way that in all cases several pieces of horn, wood were stuck together in layers, with bone stiffening. The form and structure of these were extremely diverse, but it is typical of all of them that in un-drawn condition they become bent strongly backwards, and this negative bending also remains in drawn condition in a length of 1-2 hand span at both ends of the bow. Turkish-Tartar composite bows, which represent the top of reflex bows, ensured a relatively high initial speed. 

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Data sheet

String length
55 ½ (4 ¾ )”
Draw weight (lbs)
up to 60 lbs
Draw length
up to 32"
Bracing height
~7"
Total length
51 1/2"
Average weight
750 g
Good to know
During the reign of Genghis Khan (1206-27) the Mongolian empire extended from Western China to Asia Minor and Eastern Europe. After his death the empire was torn into pieces, his four sons shared it. The Mongolian mounted army was characterised by loyalty, discipline, severity and quickness, the warfare by which Western people (German, Polish, Hungarian) were faced helplessly. The Mongols with a wide range of reconnaissance prepared battles, during the battle they signalled the tactic manoeuvres with flags. One of the Mongols' main arms was the bow, their technical innovation was the steep horn and the string stool, which gave bigger dynamics to the arrow.
Length strung
58"
Product status
Customizable

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