Samick Sage Takedown Recurve BowIf you’re unwilling to spend more than $150 then you should probably settle for the Samick Sage. It has been widely accepted as the best beginner bow available and may even be used for hunting (small game of course) if you install the sound dampeners. This is a takedown bow so you can freely exchange limbs as you grow more experienced.
Draw weight: 30-55 lbs. / Length: 62” / Weight: 3.3 lbs.
Martin Jaguar Takedown Bow CamouflageIf you aren’t willing to spend more than $150 then there is one bow that really stands out in this price range, it’s called Martin Jaguar. It’s a takedown bow (replaceable limbs) that is very durable and is really everything a beginner will want. Length: 60 inches / Weight: 2.7 / Draw weight: 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 lbs
Martin Saber Takedown Bow, 45-Pound, BlackIn the $150-$250 category we have chosen Martin Saber as the go for bow, this bow ideally suited for hunting as it’s fairly silent and has very low vibration; it’s also a takedown model. This bow can easily hold its own against more expensive bows. Length: 64 inches / Weight: 3.4 / Draw weight: 30, 40, 45, 50, 55 lbs.
Martin Archery Hunter Recurve BowIf you’re not short on cash however, you should consider Martin Hunter. This elegantly designed bow is truly one of the best bows money can buy; this bow has been on the market for more than 50 years and has in this time been refined to perfection. It is also one of the most powerful recurve bows on the market and is as silent and vibration-free as they come.
Draw weight: 40-55 lbs. / Length: 62” / Weight: 2.2 lbs.