Forward riser design one piece recurve bow.
Designed for good arrow speed and shooting stability. These bows are more stable than classic traditional recurve bows because of higher bracing height that gives better arrow clearence and forward riser that makes bow less torque sensitivite in grip. Arrow speed is about the same or better because of more pronounced limb profile and smaller limb tips. Thick mycarta/G10 accent lines in riser gives extra stifness, weight and durability - they might be called as backbone of riser. And lastly forward riser makes bow perform like longer bow because that forward riser/higher bracing height reduces dynamic draw length. This might be useful in hunting/3d shooting where shorter - more manoeuvrable bow is advantage.
In standard bow comes with installed shelf and strike plate, string with cat whisker silencers, brass or tie on nocking point, bow stringer.
In standard center cut is 1/8" past center (~3.0mm). For additional cost it can be cut up to 3/16" (4.7mm) past center. To do this extra reinorcement material in riser is added and there might be also some draw weight limitations.
Inserts for bow quiver, sight or stabilizer etc. are an option.
All bows are made according to AMO standard
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But you can step one bow length size up if prefer more smoother/comfortable draw or one length size down if prefer better manoeuvrability in woods, compactness for transporting.
RDL (reflex - deflex longbow).
Well executed, classic style longbow model with multiple customization options. More radical reflex-deflex limb profile for greater arrow speed or for use of heavier arrows with no speed loss. Meets IFAA and WA longbow rules. Available in RIGHT hand, LEFT hand and BOTH hand versions. Tillered for split finger (SF) or three under (3U) draw. Carbon limb options. Grip style options. Socket and sleeve takedown system option.
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HRL - Heavy riser longbow
Designed as more universal longbow. Will be good choice for competition shooting because of more massive and so more stable riser, and also good choice for hunting/recreational shooting because of shorter bow length (compared to real competition longbows).
OPR bow model take down version.
Booth models have same limb design, same bow length options, same grip options etc. only difference is heavier riser for TDR bow because of metal limb fixing hardware and extra use of FR4 material.