Vista Sage 62'' Take-Down Recurve Bow

   

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The 62'' Sage brings quality, performance and value into one great bow! The Sage is made with an Olive Dymondwood and Hard Maple laminated Riser. The limbs are hard Maple and black fiberglass with reinforced limb tips. It is equipped with a brass plunger mount, stabilizer insert, and sight mount bushings.

  • Dymondwood/Hard Maple riser
  • Maple/fiberglass limbs
  • Reinforced limb tips
  • Brass plunger mount
  • Stabilizer insert
  • Sight mount bushings
Vista Sage 62'' Take-Down Recurve Bow 4.8 5 4 4
62" vista sage bow. easy to assemble. great beginner bow for me. within my reasonable price range. October 27, 2014
Great bow for the money Assembled the bow right after it got here, and took it outside to play.... Horrible metallic noise. So I took the limbs off again,and saw where one of the screws holding the top limb pocket was digging into the limb. Tightened it. Still had noise.... removed the limb pocket and found debris under the metal limb pocket. After cleaning everything and reassembling, the bow has been fantastic! Smooth drawing and great cast (bought the 50 pound model), and now is quiet as a church mouse. I would have given 5 stars if I hadn't needed to do my own repairs. (I build bows myself too.) July 22, 2014
the way to go good bow was shooting 2inch groups at 65 yards doing my part I even robin hooded an arrow at 30 yards. I plan to hunt with it this year. July 7, 2014
Excellent Bow I purchased the 45# Left handed model about a week ago and I am really enjoying it. I find it has just enough power even at 45# and a lot of accuracy. Even out of the box I was already grouping and it only required a little tweaking. I usually use compound bows and I have to say this bow was an excellent transition to tradition archery. I am most pleased with the fact that there are no manufacturing errors. Being left handed you usually find a few flaws compared to the righty counterpart in any product but I could not find one. Maybe I just got the one off but overall I am very pleased with the bow I have. May 11, 2014
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Can a bow fishing reel kit be able to install on this model or do you have to use AMS Bowfishing Traditional Recurve Bowfishing Mount Kit to install it.
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Any screw-on type reel will work with this bow.
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The general rule of thumb is to make your arrows 2 inches longer than your draw length. This is not exact and may take some trial and error to get the exact fit needed for your bow set up.

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a normal draw length is measured at 28 inches. but with recurve and long bows you can draw it longer than 28 inches and get more poundage. or it could be shorter with less poundage.
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This bow is measured at a 28" draw length.
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Good for hunting or target practice
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Hi, you might try the Beman Centershot Traditional Carbon Hunting Arrows SKU 2007636 or the Easton Axis Traditional Carbon Hunting Arrows SKU 2007538. You will want to look for traditional arrows for Recurve Bows.

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I use Easton carbon storm with feathers.
its good for both targets and hunting I robin hooded a arrow with it
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I like Gold Tip 3555 for this bow myself.
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is this the samick sage?

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or is it a knock off
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This is the Samick Sports model 2420 Vista Sage 62'' Take-Down Recurve Bow. Thanks
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Yes, it is made by Samick.
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