Shooting Session with The Samick Sage Recurve Bow

Shooting Session with The Samick Sage Recurve Bow

21 Replies to “Shooting Session with The Samick Sage Recurve Bow”

  1. Hey Mitch, just wanna ask…
    What are you arrow's shaft diameters?
    I'm thinking of getting some wooden ones but idk what is better for wood, 5/16 or 11/32 inch?
    And if I should take Spruce, Pine or Cedar? Thinking of Pine but if that isn't the best option please tell me šŸ˜€

  2. cut 4 x4inch peices of bank line and fray them almost all the way except for the middle then attach them 5inches from each string knoc =silent whisper

  3. Good shooting! I love walking thru the woods and kill some stumps myself. Good realistic practice.
    Man that bow is noisy! I have been looking at this bow to buy for some time now, but that sound is bad! Do you have any experience with silencers on this one?
    Thanks for sharing your good time in the woods
    Atb, Odd

  4. Yeah man, that makes for a fun day doesn't it? You're cackling, almost having too much fun there hehe. I was thinking on making myself one of those light weight PVC take down bows for just tossing in the pack for when I don't want to carry the Bear around.

  5. You know I'm a huge advocate for stumping. Hard to beat a day wondering around woods eradicating stumps, hehe. I've been thinking about making up tee shirts with a big stump in a red circle with a line through it, lol. Shooting around boulders and such sureĀ can get the adrenaline pumping at times with the risk of busting an arrow, but making the shot is so satifying, and builds confidence while underĀ mental duress.Good shooting bro. All the best to you and yours,…peace.

  6. what happend to your bear montana the samick sage is a good bow but bears montana is one i have used for years and love to shoot

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