skip to Main Content

7 Best Recurve Bows of March 2020

7 Best Bows

Are you in the market to get your first or next archery bow? If this is your first, where do you start? How about a recurve bow or traditional bows. Both are thought to be fun and easy to shoot, and will still  challenge the archer. This is a guide for 7 of the best recurve bows on the market.

Southland Archery Supply Pioneer LongbowSouthland Archery

Southland Archery Supply’s Pioneer Longbow is a budget-friendly, seamlessly designed longbow. This one-size-fits-all bow accommodates every archer, and is ready to shoot upon purchase.

This bow is 68 inches. It comes in various draw weights, ranging from 40 to 55 pounds. The Southland’s limbs are constructed of durable fiberglass with maple lamination. The riser is a mix of Maker wood and Cassia Siamea.

Top Archery Traditional Recurve Bow

TOPARCHERY Traditional Recurve The TopArchery’s Traditional Recurve Bow is a beautifully crafted hunting bow. This traditional bow is both good for beginners or those seeking to experiment. It has a  handcrafted body, horse bow, that can support a draw weight of between 30 and 50 pounds.

This bow comes with strong fiberglass limbs. It also has a draw length of 31 inches. Ideal for smaller and midsize archers.


Found this helpful? Pin it on Pinterest


Best Recurve Bows

Obert Archery Takedown

Obert Archery Takedown  The Takedown Bow from Obert Archery is crafted with hard maple and fiberglass limbs, finished wooded handles, and an ergonomic design. It has features of a draw weight  between 30 and 60 pounds, with a draw length of 28 inches.

This bow does not sacrifice quality, with a small to midsize bow. This bow is ergonomically designed with rounded edges and a comfortable grip.


Sino Art Sparrow

SinoArt Sparrow BowThe Sino Art’s Sparrow Bow is designed for right-handed; smaller framed archers. This traditional bow features a draw weight range of between 20 and 35 pounds, and is 54 inches. It is also ideal for those practicing target archery.

This bow is great for beginners and women. It is a one piece, wooden longbow, made out of a laminated ebony wood. The limbs are laminated fiberglass and maple wood. This bow kit comes complete with the longbow, bow strings and a traditional arrow rest.

Longbowmaker Pigskin

Longbowmaker Pigskin Handmade Traditional Longbow

The Longbowmaker Pigskin Handmade Traditional Longbow is designed for archer’s of any size and skill. It has a draw weight range of between 20 and 110 pounds. It is a Mongolian bow made of pigskin, beech wood, and cow leather.

This bow is thought to be a sturdy option. It is designed for either a right or left handed shooter. Great bow for a beginner archer.

Bear Montana Longbow

Bear Archery Montana Long Bow

The Bear Montana Longbow is a reinforced bow that was made to be durable. It has a simplistic design and quality, with a  45 pound draw weight. It is ideal for intermediate and expert archers. It is built for high performance while still being user friendly. The riser is made of black dymondwood, and the limbs are made of an overlay of clear white maple, and faced with high strength, black fiberglass.

IRQ Traditional Longbow

The IRQ Traditional Longbow has handmade details of a Turkish style design. It’s made from acacia wood and high strength epoxy resin fiberglass  IRQ Traditional Longbow

limbs.It has a variety of draw weights ranging from 30 to 65 pounds. It has a tendon silencer that can reduce the chord noise.  The IRQ Traditional Longbow was designed for archers with both big and small frames…the beginner and the expert. It also accommodates both left and right handed archers.

7 Best Recurve Bows Wrap Up

The traditional bows listed above would be a great investment for an archer’s collection. If just starting out, or an experienced archer, these are great bows to have.  They are more budget friendly, than modern bows. And, they can help you in becoming a more skilled archer. The longbow is used when practicing  archery for skill building and increasing fun.





Image by TheDigitalWay from Pixabay 

Graham Mitchell

What started out as a fun summer camp activity, has become a passion of mine over the years. Whether it's target shooting, competitive archery or bow hunting, I hope you find this site to be a valuable resource of archery information.

Back To Top