#1 Hunting Recuve. Celebrating it’s 50th anniversary in production, the Hunter is perhaps the most successfully used traditional bow ever made. The Howatt Hunter was a popular model long before many of today’s archers were even born! Sure, materials have improved, but this basic design has survived for decades. Built for speed, the Hunter easily lives up to its name. Perfect for the archer with a longer than average draw length, the 62” Hunter will perform well for draw lengths up to 30”. Its longer length adds stability and accuracy, providing control to it’s impressive cast and speed.
Includes owner’s manual, rest,
Flemish bowstring and bowstringer.
Riser and Limb Materials
Riser woods include black dyed Birch with
Bubinga inset. Limbs made of Eastern Hard
Maple laminations and black fiberglass,
with black fiberglass overlays.
Draw Weight: 40#–65#
Brace Height: 7”–7.75”
Mass Weight: 2 lb. 3 oz.
AMO Length: 62”