This bow model is stylization of Sasanian bows in our author’s vision.
Such recursive bows of medium length with long horns also similar to medieval Mongolian or Yuan bows. Even medieval Hungarian bows have much in common, it’s due to fact that all this bow types originate from “Hun” bows.
Examples of ancient images of Sasanian bows
Example of ancient images of Mongolian and Yuan bow
The bowstring and fabric case is complete with the bow.
Materials: wood, fiberglass, veneer of precious wood on limbs. Also horn pads at handle and bow ends
String material: fastflight
Total envelope length: 60″
The length of the string: 53″
Draw weight: 25-50#
Max. draw length depends of poundage:
for bow up to 32# – 34″
33-40# – 33″
41-50# – 32″
Videoreview made by Armin Hirmer, Malta archery
Videoreviews made by Dmitry Cherep, Ukrainian archery horseback team Cherep. This video contains English subtitles, do not forget turn them on
Speed of Simurgh Bow
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The Simurgh is very beautful, looks authentic like a weapon from an ancient period. So it would be great for LARP or re-enactments or medievil fares or something like that. The tips and arrow rests are nicely reinforced with horn inlays. This adds to the quality look. It is also rather light weight, aournd 450 gramms so no problem to carry around all day. The draw experience is awesome, no stacking, very smooth. As is the release: the bow allows for a clean release, nice groupings and accurate shootings. With 10 grain per pound bamboo arrows, I was able to achieve 180 feet per second arrow speeds. The handle is the best for european hands: not too small as are many asian bows, but wide enough and deep enough for a solid, confident grip on the bow. The leather wrap around the handle helps very much with the good feeling and it also prevents sweat from the bow hand getting to the wood. So I can very much recommend this bow!
One of the best bows I have.
Excellent service and very nice communication.