Great Northern Bushbow:
When bowhunters think Great Northern bows, they often think, Bushbow. The genius of traditional archery is it’s long history of refinement and simplicity, and the Bushbow is a direct descendant of that line.
Inspired by the bows of the First Nation peoples of the North American plains, the Bushbow has wide, flat limbs, measuring 1 1/2” at the fadeouts and tapering to 9/16” at the string nocks. The slightly deflexed riser is 16” long and measures 4 3/4” in circumference around the leather handle wrap. The limb tips of the Bushbow have our 5” “power wedges” discreetly inserted in the limb tips, eliminating the need for tip overlays.
The Bushbow is a no nonsense, straight up hunting bow. It provides outstanding stability with it’s wider, flatter limbs. When you shoot a Bushbow you might just discover that you are a better archer/bowhunter than you had imagined, due to the bows outstanding stability. It is like hunting with a trusted friend.
The Bushbow limbs are available in your choice of red elm, osage, hickory or bamboo.
Riser woods are available in your choice from our Dymondwood range.
Note: Power wedges will match riser wood
Available lengths: 60”, 62” and 64”
Recommended brace height: 6 3/4”