Samick Sage Recurve Bow

Samick Sage Recurve Bow

Regular price $139.99 Sale

62" Takedown Recurve Bow for up to 29" Draw (Samick Journey recommended for longer draw) Economical, Entry to Intermediate Level Bow. 

  • THIS 62" BOW INCLUDES: B-50 Bow String and Arrow Rest
  • Pre-installed Brass Bushings for Brass Plunger, Stabilizer, Sight, and Quiver
  • Limbs are Hard Maple with Black Fiberglass; Single Tapered Knob and Metal Limb Pocket Design
  • RECOMMENDED BRACE HEIGHT: 7 1/4 inch to 8 1/4 inch

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Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
kyle morris
smooth like butter

This bow is pretty amazing. I just starting shooting archery and was steered toward this bow through various other reviews. This versatile bow shoots beautifully and seems very well built. Very easy to set up the limbs. I would recommend this bow to anyone looking to get into the archery world, you can't go wrong!

E. L. Dodson
I wanted to learn to shoot left-handed also so that I can enjoy shooting for longer periods witho...

This is my third Samick Sage, so I obviously think highly of them. This time I wanted a left-handed Sage with a light-pull -- to work on my left-handed technique. Although I'm right-handed, I wanted to learn to shoot left-handed also so that I can enjoy shooting for longer periods without tiring. This bow fit all of those requirements nicely, and I can always swap-in the heavier limbs from my right-handed bows when my left-handed technique improves. So, once again the Samick Sage has come through for me. There's a reason why it's getting so many good reviews on the Internet.

Good quality and price

Bow was just as advertsed good quality easy to assemble and ease of use.. only dificult was the string all instruction state small loop at bow bottom an d large loop at top.. this sting loops are exactly same size, i measured them. Not problem workrd through it

Good Starter Bow

This is a high quality bow at a reasonable price, good starter bow for practicing with interchangeable limbs and ease of assembly if you need to break it down.

David A. Frey
Great First Bow

This is a great bow. I started with 25# limbs and within a couple months, I was able to work up to 40# limbs. I bought two, for me and the wife but she is shorter than me (she’s 5’ 4”) and found the bow to be a bit big. I kept the 2nd one for working on anchor and form. The only thing that I have to be critical of is the 25# limbs were a very tight when attaching and the quiver/sight inserts came out when I switched to the 40# limbs. I assume the extra vibration with my sight attached was enough to slake them loose. For the limbs, you just have to be patient and get the bolt lined up and take your time (this was not an issue with the 40# upgraded limbs). The inserts were fixed with a bit of wood glue. These issues were not enough to dink the bow which is really well made.

Since this is my first bow, my accuracy was all over the map. I bought a hunting sight and I also got a finger tab to allow me longer sessions. After firing thousands of arrows, my problem is damaged arrows bc the groups are so tight. :)

There is a lot of hype around this bow but it’s the real deal. Low cost of entry with great quality makes it a winner!