Martin Saber Takedown Recurve Bow 45 lb Right hand Next G1 Vista Camo

Product #: 797770 Martin Archery #: 28209245RH UPC #: 043008154122

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Product Information

For the archer who likes the features and of a metal riser take-down recurve, but wants a little longer and more forgiving bow, Martin Archery delivers the Sabre recurve. This bow features a generous 64" AMO length for superior accuracy and consistency. The Vortex vibration escape modules (VEM) reduce riser vibration during the shot for a clean, crisp release while the Thermal V grip reduces felt hand shock. If you are looking to give traditional archery a try but don't want to break the bank, the Take Down bows from Martin are a great choice.

  • Laminated wood and glass limbs
  • Machined aluminum riser
  • Drilled and tapped for sights, rest, quiver and stabilizer
  • Vortex vibration escape modules (VEM) kill riser vibration
  • Take-Down design for easy transport
  • Arrow Rest and Stringer included
  • Made is the U.S.A.

Technical Information

  • AMO Length: 64"
  • Mass Weight: 3.4 lbs
  • Riser Material: Aluminum
  • String Material: Fast Flight
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