Core Take Down Recurve Bow
A fine Recurve Take Down bow by the brand Core. It is the most popular bow for beginners in our store because of its friendly price and good quality.
This bow exists of three pieces and its limbs are laminated with a combination of wood and fiberglass. The riser is equipped with bushings for a stabiliser, sight and button.
Available in different lengths and drawweights.
Specs Core Take Down:
- Bow length: 62 – 70 inch
- Drawweight: 14 – 40 lbs (in increments of 2lbs)
- Advised brace height 62 inch: 7,75 – 8,25 inch
- Advised brace height 64 inch: 8,00 – 8,75 inch
- Advised brace height 66 inch: 8,25 – 9,00 inch
- Advised brace height 68 inch: 8,50 – 9,25 inch
- Advised brace height 70 inch: 8,75 – 9,50 inch
- String: Dacron
- Fitting: Screw
- Material riser: Wood
- Material limbs: Wood fiber coating
The Core Take Down comes with:
- Shift limbs
- Dacron string by Bearpaw
- 2 nocking points
What bow size do you need?
Down below is a layout with helpful tips for choosing the right size bow. Do you have any questions or doubt which size to take, please feel free to contact us.
|135 – 150 cm||62 inch|
|150 – 160 cm||64 inch|
|161 – 167 cm||66 inch|
|168 – 175 cm||68 inch|
|From 176 cm||70 inch|
Advised drawweight men
14-18 lbs. For youth from 12 years
18-24 lbs. For older youth or non-active athletes
24-30 lbs. For active athletes
30-40 lbs. For experienced archers
Advised drawweight women
14-16 lbs. For youth from 12 years
16-20 lbs. For older youth or non-active athletes
22-26 lbs. For active athletes
26-40 lbs. For experienced archers
We advise to use a bowstringer when stringing the bow. This way you string the bow safely and prolong its life.
The guys from Triple Trouble Archery made a video with this bow and proved it is very capable in the right hands! Check it out here:
14 Lbs, 18 Lbs, 20 Lbs, 22 Lbs, 24 Lbs, 26 Lbs, 28 Lbs, 30 Lbs, 32 Lbs, 34 Lbs, 36 Lbs, 38 Lbs, 40 Lbs