Samick Sage Limbs Review and Specifications

Limbs are the crucial part for any recurve bow because they provide the necessary strength of the recurve bow. But often we find our self in a position where our bow limbs damage for any reason. But changing the whole bow is obviously an expensive option, and that’s why most of us prefer to replace the limbs. The Samick sage limbs are one of the durable and long-lasting limbs. So it's very comfortable for Samick sage user while damaging the limbs. 

Samick sage limbs

Apart from its durability, the bows are really flexible and reliable. It also comes with a variety of draw weight. Most of the hunters prefer to take at least 2 or 3 pair of limbs for them. Now, to know more about the limbs, please read the details of the limb.

Details

Specifications

Draw Weight

20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 & 60 lbs.

Made of

lamination of hard maple &fiberglass

Draw length

28 inches

Product Details of Samick Sage Limbs

The limb is made of durable material which not only makes it long-lasting but also gives the necessary strength. It is comes constructed with lamination of hard maple and fiberglass which not only makes it dependable but also flexible. Because of its durable construction, you can use the limbs for years without changing it.

The limbs come with different draw weight so if you want to upgrade the draw weight of the bow, then you can just buy a higher draw weight limb and exchange it. But before doing so, make sure that your raiser or handle support the higher draw weight limbs. The Samick sage recurve limbs comes with nine different draw weight, and those are 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, and 60 pounds. If you want to upgrade your bow to a deer hunting bow, then I suggest you go for the limbs between 45 to 60 pounds. However, the draw length of the limbs is 28 inches which is definitely impressive.

Samick sage limbs

Besides its draw weight, the tips of the resign are reinforced with phenolic resins. Because of this, you can use other advanced strings with this limb. You can also attach or detach the string frequently because of this limb. But you can only use it by a Samic sage riser which is kind of downside for the limbs. Beside it, I don’t find any fault with the limbs.

Assembling Process

Though assembling a takedown recurve bow is quite a simple job, but many of us find it challenging and because of that the Samick sage keeps it as simple as possible to assemble or disassemble the bow.

The limbs are attached with the raiser with a simple bolt. You don’t have to use any tool to attach or detach the bolt, and you can simply do it by your hand. It will not take more than one or two minutes to attach the limbs. So, you can say that adding the limbs to your samick sage takedown recurve bow limbs will be the least problem you will face in your archery life.

Finish Up

There is no doubt that the Samick sage limbs are one of the most effective limbs in the market. They are flexible, reliable and comes at an affordable price. Besides assembling or dissembling the limbs is also an easy task and it won’t take more than a minute or two to do the job. So, if you are thinking about buying an extra limb or changing the limbs of your bow, then you might not find a better limb then the samick sage recurve bow limbs.

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