Istvan Toth Hun Horse Bow
- String Length: 50” (127 cm)
- Strung Bow Length: 58 3/4” (149 cm)
- Measured at : 28 Inches
- Maximum Draw Length: 32″
- Materials Used: Fibgreglass for limbs, Wooden Syhas and leather covers
- Brace Height: 7” (17.5 cm)
The Huns were a horse culture much like other steppe nomads. Hun children knew how to ride and shoot before they learned to walk. By the time a Hun reached adulthood, riding was as natural as breathing.
The Huns were superior horsemen and archers to the extent that they were compared to centaurs.
Designed especially for the larger archer, the Hun’s draw length reaches 30-32.” Each bow is given a weight at 28.” However, the weight at longer draws will generally differ 3-5 pounds per inch.
They are a little slower then the Mongolian but you will compensate for it with the extra 2 inches of reach.
The stiff tips (syhas) are made of ash wood and Strike Plates to protect the leather when shooting the arrows making the bows beautifully decorated and visually pleasing. These bows are not restricted by an arrow rest, allowing the flexibility to shoot right and left-handed, Western or Eastern style.
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