Short, quick and deadly—this bow lives up to its namesake. The
Mamba, at 58”, is sleek, has excellent cast, and will impress the
most diehard traditional archer. Short draw archers especially benefit
from its short design, achieving performance that is normally reserved
for those with longer draw lengths. Selected African hardwoods are
used in the crafting of each Mamba. Limbs boast the efforts of
hand-laid laminations and reinforced tips, allowing the use of any
modern string material. The Mamba comes equipped with a Traditional
Arrow Rest, a bowstringer and a bowstring. Installation of sight and
stabilizer bushings available upon special request.
Putting your hands on a Mamba means putting your hands on
history. The Mamba was used to shoot the arrow that lit the 1992
||30# - 70# |
||7 1/4" - 8"|
||1 lb. 14 oz.|
Riser woods include ovangkol and bubinga with maple highlights.
Limbs made of maple laminations, black fiberglass, with beblinga
and black fiberglass overlays.