Sight Windows: Sight windows are cut 1/8" past center shot. This allows for a straighter
push on the arrow while still controlling the direction of the archer's paradox for
small diameter carbon arrows as well as the larger diameter wood arrows. Arrow shelf
and sight window are both radiused for cleaner arrow flight.
Grip: A medium-sized palm swell grip.
Limbs: Fast internal taper and full width to the base of the recurve, then tapered
to a small limb tip. This creates a very stable yet very quick limb. By balancing
the wood to glass ratio and several other factors I am able to achieve a draw weight
gain of 3 lbs per inch.
Takedown: The takedown system is a headed, threaded insert and two 1/4" alignment
Brace height: Bows are built for a brace height of 7 1/2". Measured from the throat
of the grip to the string.
Bow Weight: Bow weight is measured at 28". Add or subtract 3 lbs. per inch of draw
length to arrive at your pull weight.
Strings: My bows are constructed for the use of fast flight plus strings and its
equivalent. My bows come with one string.