The traditional bamboo-laminated Bow Dzungar. It is a stylization of mongolian and manchu bow. The symmetric handle with a leather grip, also available execution option with a notch in the handle from left or right side.
Materials: ash wood + bamboo
Total length: 68″ and 71″
The length of the string: 65″ and 68″
Draw weight: 30-50#
Max. draw length: 32″
Video Tutorial: how to care for the bamboo bow. This video contains English subtitles, do not forget turn them on
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Great bow,powerfull,accuret,allmost no handshock.Beside that great service.Friendly people.I appreciate very much.
Very good bow! Accurate, little handshock, perfect look. I just added another layer of leather in the grip, so it's thicker - more comfortable. Now I know why Armin Hirmer (Malta Archery) has reccomended it. Good job Sarmats!
this review is quite late in the day , but i am prompted to write this after having a small tete a tete with a gentleman on youtube , who wanted me to review the bow , as he was planning to buy one. The Dzungar is a absolute treat to shoot with . My bow draws 48# at 28 inches and has a max draw of 32 inches , and the arrows group very prettily. I bought a Hankyu from Sarmat also as a gift for my friend, and i am planning to buy another bow from Sarmat archery as soon as i have the money. if anyone has any specific questions on the dzungar , please feel free to ask me .
I have done two reviews of bows from Sarmat Archery and one review of arrows. All of which are excellent!!I do feel that I should leave a review of Sarmat Archery as a company because I have found them to be absolutely superb to deal with.Throughout the process of ordering, specifying and buying from them they could not have been more friendly and helpfull.They are always ready to advise, keep you up to date with progress of your order and are prompt and polite with communications.The bows and arrows were well packed for delivery and arrived quickly.All companies should be this good to deal with!Well done Sarmat Archery.
We bought a 47# 65" Dzungar at the same time as a 38# bow Alan.This is very fast for an all wooden bow. It's a beautiful shape and shoots as well as it looks.I shot it at the weekend on a roving shoot, which involved some very long distance shots and it proved both powerfull and accurate! It was strung all day but took on no perceptible set.It is a light weight bow, great for carrying all day, very well made and has no noticable hand shock.I thumb draw to the maximum draw length of the bow, probably giving at least 50# draw weight and it does not stack at all !An excellent bow, very good value and a joy to shoot.Highly recommended !!