Fred Bear® Grizzly Recurve Bow

   

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45 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
58"

Brace Height (in):
8-1/2"

Draw Length:
28"

Weight:
2.7 lbs.

Product Color:
Black

50 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
58"

Brace Height (in):
8-1/2"

Draw Length:
28"

Weight:
2.7 lbs.

Product Color:
Black
  • Laminated construction
  • Durable weather- and scratch-resistant, satin gloss finish
  • Generous shelf with BearHair™ arrow rest
  • Length: 58"
  • These recurves are finished in satin gloss for all-weather, all-terrain protection. Cut-past-center shelf with BearHair™ Rest; Dacron® string. Length: 58".

Rated 5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bow My father an avid bow hunter had been telling me for two years not to buy a recurve bow that it would be a waste of money and I would hate it. I am glad I waited and found a bow I enjoy and this bow is great!!! fun just for shooting and I hope to get it out and get my first recurve bow kill this archery season. so far I have been shooting in the yard and I love it. the only reason I wouldn't recommend this as a gift is that recurves are a more personal type of bow the a compound. They express the owners character and style and because of this need to be selected by the person who is going to own and use it. June 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bear Grizzly Recurve bow I bought mine at a pawn shop in Clovis NM in 1980. still in box. It has given great service, I believe I'm on my 3rd bowstring. I'm not sure how many deer it's accounted for- I quit counting after 5. Ih has a few javelina and coyotes, and without bragging, beheaded quite a few upland game birds, It has taken Oregon rain and Southwest heat with no apparent damage. I do recommend storing it reverse-strung, as this keeps the arms from warping. I have owned a few compounds, but age and severe arthritis won't let me break over the cams. The old Bear, though, is still an easy pull , and deadly accurate. PS I've never used a bow- sight in my life! March 17, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bow! I bought the Fred Bear Grizzly after a bad experience with a lower priced recurve. ......You can buy this bow! It's smooth...shoots straight and won't break the bank! April 29, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by best bow i have had this bow is amazing, it is very light, shoots fast and accurate, and above all the service i got at the Rossford bass pro was the best i have ever had they knew what they were talking bout, told me that the arrows i was a bout to buy were bad so i did not waste money, and i give them a A+. December 31, 2009
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I would like to purchase a first bow. I have expierence but I have never owned one. I am deciding between 2 bows the martin x11-50 and this one. I am leaning twoards this one because it looks sturdier but the martin is less expensive. Can you help me?
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This is a great bow. I have a super kodiak which is a higher priced bow than super grizzly but super grizzly shoots better
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No but it is drilled for a quiver
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Im over 6 ft tall and i have a fairly long draw length of 30-31 1/2" and none of these recurve bows list draw length
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There are no draw length specific recurves. They just gain draw weight the further you pull them back
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Because recurves draw length are not set to a specific length like compound bows. If your draw length is 30 than a recurves draw length will be 30. A draw length on a recurve will effect it's draw weight. The draw weight you purchase for this bow, let's say 50#, is a statement that says; This bow is 50# at 28" draw length. But since your draw length is 30" like mine, that adds extra 4#, making the bow 54# (add or subtract 2lbs for each inch +/- 28")
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There usually isn't a specified draw length. 28" is just the average. But for every inch there usually is a 3lbs addition to your bow, so if you get a 50lb bow, you'll be pulling back 56-60 lbs.
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