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Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow - $85.00 + free shipping with Prime at Amazon

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Amazon has the following Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bows for sale.

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Right35 lb$85.00 [amazon.com]
Left50 lb$85.00 [amazon.com]
Left45 lb$89.99 [amazon.com]

Price History R35 L50 L45
Lowest$85.00$85.00$89.99
Current$85.00$85.00$89.99
Highest$139.95$139.95$129.99
Average 90d$115.35$101.88$107.91
Average 180d$116.68$106.74$112.07

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Nice price find. I doubt itll stay this price for long. Maybe 1 or 3 orders tops and itll go back.
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After a lot of research I ended up with a Mandarin Duck bow. I believe it was a considerable bit cheaper not on sale. It's been fantastic.

With that said, this is a great price for a Sage. Definitely a great bow.
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My son has one of these in a 40 pound draw. Definitely a work out and not fun to shoot until you build your strength up. Very well made bow and a great deal at this price!
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Always wanted a recurve.... simple and portable. Damn you slick deals.
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Good entry level takedown.

Bought this back in 2012 for $130. Got it in 30lb and was great for me as a fit, male, beginner.
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Nice price find. I doubt itll stay this price for long. Maybe 1 or 3 orders tops and itll go back.
#1 best seller in Archery Recurve Bows
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Wow, great deal. Even better is the 35lb draw in my preference for backyard shooting. Couldn't resist...
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Interesting. I've always wanted to get into archery.

For those that actually use bows: is a 50lb draw a lot? I mean I'm a pretty small guy and one-arm rowing a 50lb dumbbell bent over a bench (which seems like the same motion) isn't really "advanced" in any kind of way. Maybe slightly above "beginner" bodybuilding. Would it be better to just get a heavier draw bow to grow into vs a lighter bow you'd have to eventually replace?
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Interesting. I've always wanted to get into archery.

For those that actually use bows: is a 50lb draw a lot? I mean I'm a pretty small guy and one-arm rowing a 50lb dumbbell bent over a bench (which seems like the same motion) isn't really "advanced" in any kind of way. Maybe slightly above "beginner" bodybuilding. Would it be better to just get a heavier draw bow to grow into vs a lighter bow you'd have to eventually replace?
It really just depends on how you want to use your bow. If you're getting it for hunting, then yeah, you might want a heavier draw weight, but if you're mostly interested in target shooting as a hobby/fun activity, then I've found my 35 lb takedown recurve (not this bow, but similar) is a happy medium where it's not too light where it feels pointless or too heavy where I have to wrestle with it and quickly become tired.
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Interesting. I've always wanted to get into archery.

For those that actually use bows: is a 50lb draw a lot? I mean I'm a pretty small guy and one-arm rowing a 50lb dumbbell bent over a bench (which seems like the same motion) isn't really "advanced" in any kind of way. Maybe slightly above "beginner" bodybuilding. Would it be better to just get a heavier draw bow to grow into vs a lighter bow you'd have to eventually replace?
50lb is fine. It might surprise you and may tire you some at first, but if anything you might find it too light after a while, but a good starter weight I'd say. Besides limbs for this bow are cheap.

Honestly though if you find you really like shooting, you'll definitely upgrade to a better bow, That being said, a decent upgrade from this will put you into the $300 - $400 range or more..
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Also consider where you can shoot this, if you have a range nearby or plan on backyard shooting, a decent bag will cost you $50+, and for the bow you need a knock (which is cheap for this bow), arrows & quiver. I wouldn't consider a sight for this bow and keep it by feel
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Thx ops, in for 1
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I'm going to bow out of this great deal.
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