Bear Grizzly Recurve Bow | Bear Archery

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Bear Grizzly Recurve Bow



Great design with a smooth shooting cycle, made for more experienced shooters and super efficient bow for hunting. 



  • AMO Length: 58"
  • Draw Weight: 50, 55 and 60 pounds
  • Brace Height: 8"
  • Right Handed
  • One-Piece Recurve Bow
  • Crowned, cut-on center arrow shelf 
  • Bear Hair Rest
  • Leather Side Plate
  • Dacron Flemish String (54")


*Bow Stringer not included. Click here to check them out


Created in 1950 and last modified by Mr. Bear in 1964, the Bear Grizzly Recurve Bow is surely one of the best one-piece traditional recurve bow ever made to this day. 

High performing yet affordable for the quality you get out of it, the Bear Grizzly doesn't stop to amaze even the most seasoned archer.

Ideal for bow hunting and/or competition, this bow might not be the cheapest option for the recreational only shooter, though it will definitely please anyone with a taste for trad bows.

This recurve is best suited for intermediate and more advanced archers. Although it might be hard to resist for beginners to grab one, the fact that it is a one-piece recurve bow won't allow you to increase poundage as you gain experience unless buying a completely new bow, which would become quite pricey unlike changing the limbs on a take-down.

The appearance and design of this bow are simply outstanding. Build out of high-quality materials, the Grizzly features a riser crafted from red hard rock maple while the limbs are made of clear maple and strong black fiberglass.

This recurve is one that you can rely on and one that will last you forever.  Accurate and powerful, at the right poundage you can take down some of the largest games in America with this phenomenal traditional hunting recurve bow.


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