KESHEST 62 TAKEDOWN RECURVE BOW SET INCLUDE - Impressive round edge Riser? Wooden Limbs outside layered with black fiberglass? Knob screws to attach the limbs on the riser, so NO tools are needed?Stringer tool for easy and safety assemblement - Stick on arrow rest? Eye sight for a perfect aim. DETAILED STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED? EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE GRIP - KeshesT Bow riser is ergonomically designed with rounded edges and a fine finished wooden handle which will allow you to have your best experience while aiming on your target at your target shooting competition game. FEATURES - Pre-installed Brass Bushings for any type of upgrade you will ever consider such as Brass Plunger, Stabilizer, Sight, Quiver and can be used for bowfishing as well? With the Takedown feature you will always be able to change your limb to increase the weight as you grow or decrease the weight to give to your child to practice. RIGHT & LEFT HANDED - Either if you are right handed or left handed we have you covered. Just choose the hand orientation you need and add to cart. Right handed means that you hold the bow with your Left hand and draw with your Right hand and determine the arrow with your Right eye for a perfect aim.
And the opposite is left handed you hold the riser with your right hand and draw with your left hand. Reach out to us if there's ever anything you need; here at KESHES we are dedicated to your satisfaction.Best recomended for up to 29 draw length. PREINSTALLED BRASS BUSHING FOR ALL YOUR FUTURE UPGRADES AND FEATURES. Dacron bow string (14 strands). CLEAR STEP BY STEP ASSEMBLE INSTRUCTION INCLUDED FOR THE BOW AND THE SIGHT! IN REFRENCE TO THE INSTRUCTION PICTURES ABOVE. Just follow our step be step instructions for accurate and complete assembly. Connect the 2 limbs onto the riser using the 2 included bolts.
Verify the limbs have been installed correctly by holding the riser in your hand as if you were going to shoot your bow, the limb tips should be pointing away from you when the bow is unstrung, If the limb tips are pointing towards you when holding the bow correctly then you know that the limbs the wrong side. The string has two different size loops on each end. The end of the string with the bigger loop goes on the top limb and slides down the limb tip past the string groove. The end with the smaller loop goes on the lower limb to rest in the string groove. Use your stringer tool to simply flex the limbs to allow you to slide in the second loop into its groove to rest in it.Take the bigger black rubber of the stringer tool and push it onto the tip of the bottom limb to lock the loop in its groove, take the smaller rubber and push it onto the to tip it should leave the groove open. As seen in picture 4 simpely step on the stringer tool and pull up the riser towerds yourself and just slide in the top loop into its groove. Assure that the bow is successfully strung by making sure that both ends of the string are resting in the string grooves on both the upper and lower limb.
NEVER DRY FIRE YOUR BOW OR SHOOT IT WITHOUT AN ARROW!