Best Arrows For Recurve Bow Hunting in 2023
Musen 30 Inch Carbon Archery Arrows, Spine 500 with Removable Tips, Hunting and Target Practice Arrows for Compound Bow and Recurve Bow, 12 Pcs Black
KESHES Archery Carbon Hunting Arrows for Compound & Recurve Bows - 30 inch Youth Kids and Adult Target Practice Bow Arrow - Removable Nock & Tips Points (12 Pack)
- ➼COMPATIBILE: 100% Carbon Arrows for compound bows, Arrows for Recurve bow, traditional & Long bows. we recommend using these hunting arrows for Kids & Adults to use as Practice target shooting arrows or as Hunting Arrows, up to 60 pounds.
- ➼DETAILS & DIMENTIONS: Shaft length: 30 inch archery arrow shaft, Nock to point length: 31.5 inch, Outer diameter 0.309”, Inner diameter 0.244”, SPINE: 500, GRAIN: 13 GPI & WEIGHT: 35 grams
- ➼DOUBLE TESTED QUALITY: Each part is manufactured with its specific material to ensure a stable, smooth, and strong arrow.🔶 Arrow Shaft: 100% carbon material for rock-solid strength and durability. 🔶Fletching Vanes: colored plastic, to help the flight be pointed in the right direction after you shoot. 🔶Tips Points: nickel plated stainless steel, for the perfect shot with the right amount of stability.
- ➼ADJUSTABLE NOKS: Being that the nocks are not fixed by glue, it can easily be adjustable to perfectly fit your bow and easily be replaced, however it’s tightly placed to avoid it from falling off.
- ➼RISK FREE: If you’re not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you will be fully refunded, as at Keshes, we back our product 100% and Guarantee your full satisfaction, although we are sure you will absolutely fall in love with these.
Pointdo 30inch Carbon Arrow Fluorescence Color Targeting and Hunting Practice Arrows for Compound Bow and Recurve Bow with Removable Tips (Fluorescein Yellow)
- Material: Carbon fiber. Full of shaft length:30", Outer diameter: 7.8mm. Spine 500 For 25-60 pounds recurve, compound bow
- The Shaft and fletching is fluorescent, 2 yellow and 1 white and easy to find
- 6pcs Nocks for Free. The nock are not glued, it can be adjustable for your bow. 12pcs O-Ring for Locking the screw tip.
- They are well made. The arrow good for target practice and hunting.
- The arrows put in well packaged and the quality is very good
SXIYA Archery Recurve Bow, Takedown Recurve Bow with Arrow Sets for Adult, 40 lbs Right Hand Archery Hunting Long Bow Kit
- ★Recurve Bow and Arrow Package Includes - 1x Takedown recurve bow, 1x Recurve bow case, 12x Arrows, 6x Arrowheads(3x three-knife-edge arrowhead & 3x two-knife-edge arrowhead), 5x Oil paper archery targets, 1x Archery aiming platform, 1x Shock absorber, 1x Armguard, 1x Finger guard
- ★High Quality & Easy To Use - All archery accessories made from excellent quality material and ensures not to break easily. The bow has enough resistance and stretch, ambidextrous reinforced handle, soft-touch grip for excellent handling. That will allow you to have your best experience while aiming at your target practice shooting competition games.
- ★Best Performance - Quality tested ensured for maximum durability. You can have good quality and good performance after repeated testing. Easy to disassemble for storage, use and storage are very convenient.
- ★Designed For Right Hand - This is the right hand Recurve Bow. This means you will hold the bow handle by your left hand, pull the bowstring by your right hand and determine the arrow with your right eye for a perfect aim.
- ★REASSURING AFTER-SALES PROTECTION - These Bow and Arrow Kit is a great gift choice for adults. Draw-weight: 40 lbs. We're so confident in the high quality of our product. If you have any problem. Just let us know and we'll offer you a full refund. We’ll be happy to help you out. Try It and You Will Love It.
Huntingdoor Pure Carbon Arrows 31inch 400spine Archery Arrows Feather Fletching Screw-in Field Points Targeting Arrows for Compound Bow Recurve Bow 6/12 Pack
- Length: 31inch/79cm, spine: 400, carbon standard arrows for recurve, compound bow, suitable for draw weight of 35-55lbs bows.
- Inner diameter: 6.2mm, outer diameter: 7.5mm, high grade pure carbon shaft, durable for longer use.
- Nocked(The nock can be adjusted to fit your bow), fletched, not glued (arrow heads are adjustable and replaceable).
- These arrows have good performance, low hand shock with good speed.
- Exquisite workmanship and all ready to shoot, your best choice for outdoor target practice and bow hunting!
28 inch Carbon Arrow Hunting Arrows with 100 Grain Removable Tips for Archery Compound & Recurve & Traditional Bow Practice Shooting (Pack of 12)
- Shaft length: 28 inch, outer diameter: 0.307 inch (7.8mm), inner diameter: 0.244 inch (6.2mm). Spine: 500. Fletching with 2 red 1 white vanes. For draw weight 30-60 pounds recurve, compound, or long bows.
- Colored plastic fletching make flight always pointed the right way. You can find the arrows easily on grass or forest with red and white color vanes. The 100 grain tips are nickel plated stainless steel which is perfect for target practice & outdoor shooting, the screw tips are with insert can be changed.
- They are solid & well made. Precision carbon hunting arrows made for extended durability and long lasting target practice.
- Nocks are not fixed by glue. It can be adjustable for your bow. You can change the nock easily.
- More durable & economical, designed to optimize safety for beginners and whoever new to hunting or target practice. 6 extra nocks to you for replacement.
PANDARUS Archery 31-Inch Carbon Hunting Arrows, 4-Inch Turkey Feather Fletching with Replaceable Points, Targeting Practice Arrows Spine 500 for Recurve & Traditional Bows (12 Pack)
- Shaft Length : 31 inch ; ID: 6.2 mm ; Spine: 500 ; Straightness: +/-0.006"
- Shaft Material : Carbon ; Shaft Color: Wood Camo
- Feather : 4" Shield Turkey Feather
- Suitable for : Traditional and Recurve Bows (35-50 LBS)
- 100 Grain Screw-In Field Points, can be replaceable
Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow (40 LB, Right)
- Design: Imported wood, limbs are hard Maple with black fiberglass; single tapered knob and metal limb pocket design; limbs can be purchased separately to increase or decrease weight as needed
- RECOMMENDED MAX DRAW LENGTH: 29"
kaimei 32inch Aviation Aluminium Targeting Hunting Arrows for Recurve Bow and Compound Bow with 3inch Blade Field Point and Replaceable Tip 12 Pack
- 7075-T6 aviation grade aluminum alloy material, the arrow shaft is not easy to bend, and it is durable.
- It is recommended to use with bows of 50LB and below. Bows above 50LB are more likely to bend the arrow shaft than bows of 50LB and below.
- 31.1 "Axis 8 mm diameter, standard 3" insert, inserted into the nocks. Colored plastic arrow feathers keep the flight in the right direction.
- The tip of the arrow is tightened before use to prevent the tip of the arrow from falling off suddenly. The tip is made of steel and is ideal for targeted practice.
- This arrow is made of high-quality materials with excellent performance, low hand feeling and fast speed. Match replacement fields, best accuracy and target penetration.
DOSTYLE Archery Takedown Recurve Bow and Arrow Set Hunting Long Bow Kit for Outdoor Shooting Training(40LB,5 Arrows,6 Target Faces)
- SIMPLE DESIGN-This Recurve Bow and Arrow Set Archery is simple designed for starters,designed for RIGHT HANDED shooters,very easy to use.
- HIGH-QUALITY - Hard Wood Riser. Strong fiberglass limb. Light weight wooden riser,can be taken down.Quality tested and ensured for maximum durability.
- COMFORTABLE GRIP-the riser is ergonomically designed with rounded edges and a fine finished wooden handle which will allow you to have your best experience while aiming on your target at your target shooting competition game.
- PACKAGE :1 x riser(with arrow rest), 2 x bow limbs, 1 x bow string,5 x Arrows,6 x Target Faces
A List of 10 Great Books You Should Check Out: Part 1
I love book lists. It's just as much fun to see what you agree with and what you've already read as it is to write down all the new treasures you're going to go hunting for.
1). Boy's Life - Robert McCammon. I would have to call this one of the best books I have ever read. It is the quintessential story of a boy growing up in the Deep South in 1964 and yet it is so much more. His family must struggle with the changes that were sweeping the nation, both politically and socially. He must deal with the changes that all young people must face, including first crush, best friends, the death of a loved one and learning to let go. The story revolves around a mysterious horrific murder that haunts his father and leads the boy down some frightening roads, but at the heart of it, this story is about a boy who loves his dad and cannot bear to watch his father being eaten alive on the inside by his visions of a cruel and unfair world. McCammon's writing took a quantum leap in this book and his prose is almost poetical at times.
2). Corelli's Mandolin - Louis De Bernieres. Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. Prose that flows like water over stones, funny and sharp and lyrical, but seeping down into your soul while you're not looking, staying with you long after you finish the last page. Do not, I say, absolutely do not judge this book by the movie that was made. That debacle was an excellent example of why so many great books do not translate well onto film. The beauty of books lies not only in the imagery, it lies in the spell that is wrought from words. And De Bernieres is a master. His prose is complex but not complicated, his imagery vivid and his emotions powerful without the self-consciousness of sentimentality. You also may learn a whole lot about WWII that you did not know.
3). Darkly Dreaming Dexter - Jeff Lindsay. Cable TV has picked up the Dexter story and created a series about it. They know a good thing when they see it (sometimes!). But read the book. I believe that Darkly Dreaming was Lindsay's first novel and I couldn't believe how good it was. Poignant, violent, funny - not necessarily words you would associate with a serial killer or a book about a serial killer. With Dexter, you get way more than you would expect and you constantly have to deal with the question "Do the ends justify the means?" I love that type of moral conundrum and no, I still don't have an answer.
4). Dreamers of the Day - Mary Doria Russell. I just finished this one and immediately handed it off to my mom to read, who is passing it to one of her friends. It's that kind of book. Centered on Agnes, a spinster school teacher who loses her entire family in the influenza epidemic after WWI, the story takes place in Cleveland, Ohio and the Middle East, particularly Egypt. Agnes arrives in Egypt with her beloved dachshund Rosie and is immediately swept into the orbit of T. E. Lawrence, Gertrude Bell and Winston Churchill, who are there to carve up the Middle East, post Great War and Versailles Treaty. It's hard to know the intentions of the politicos, but we are living with the outcome of those decisions. The creation of Iraq, the chopping up of Palestine, the complete disregard of the Kurds and the divvying up of the oil, as well as setting the stage for the House of Saud and the political turmoil that we are neck-deep in now - all of these were part of that historic meeting between those three people and the outcome of their agendas. And Agnes is caught up on the periphery and so we see history through her eyes, before it was history. Along the way, Agnes falls in love with a German spy and realizes that she is her own person, not an extension of all of her mother's disappointments.
5). Fall On Your Knees - Ann-Marie MacDonald. This is one of those epic, sweeping stories that is big and immensely satisfying. It chronicles five generations of the Piper clan and follows four sisters through their lives, lives that are filled with ambition, family bonds that not only bind but suffocate, illicit love and a particularly dark and tragic secret that no one is allowed to talk about. A first novel, MacDonald's work is dark and sometimes chilling, lyrical and revealing in its grace and the story is mesmerizing. Some of its most predominant themes are those of incest and race and the decisions that we make that haunt us for the rest of our lives.
6). Memoir From Antproof Case - Marc Helprin. I have seen other Helprin novels on book lists, but never this one. And I think it is his best. It's big and brash and the protagonist is not always a likeable fellow, but he's always interesting. I chose a passage from this book for one of my public speaking assignments in college and I can honestly say that I held them in the palm of my hand as I read to them. The story is the memoir of a fascinating old man living out the rest of his days in Brazil, chronicling his life starting with his youth in upstate New York and following his adventures as they led him around the world. One of the mainstays of his life was his abhorrence of coffee and how this often put him at odds with others, sometimes hilariously.
7). Mrs. Munck - Ella Leffland. It may not be fair to put this one on the list as it may be very hard to find it. It is a first novel published by a small printing house in Canada called Grey Wolf Publishing. However, if you can find it, grab it. This book is all about revenge and the very fine line between love and hate and the crazy that is hovering at the edges of both. It's fierce and uncompromising and unflinching and disturbing and you feel kinda bad when you laugh out loud because maybe that makes you a bad person that you would laugh at something like that. Delicious. And disturbing. And oh, so honest.
8). Say When - Elizabeth Berg. First let me say, I love almost all of her books, and I find it hard to say "this one over that one". The difference for me with this one is that she wrote it from the male perspective and she did a great job. I'm always wary when I see an author of one sex writing from the perspective of the opposite sex. They usually impose how they think the opposite sex thinks, and we all have a whole lot of personal experience to tell us that men don't know what women think and women don't have a clue why men do some of the things that they do. But Berg does a great job of looking at a failed relationship through a man's eyes. The best thing for me about this book was that it gave me some glimmer of understanding about myself and why my relationship of ten years with a man that I adored failed. I was able to start seeing where I was at fault and start forgiving him for failing me. And of course, in the process of forgiving him, I started forgiving me. And no self-help anything had been able to help me with that.
9). Snowfall - Mitchell Smith. This a post-climate change story that takes place several generations after another Ice Age hits. People living in Colorado are one of a small band of hunters who are struggling to survive on the edge of the ice sheet and, after clashing with a group that has migrated from Michigan, they decide to try to move south where they have heard it is warmer and green. I am always fascinated with survival stories and this is an interesting take on human migrations and mutations, the politics of change and the fact that politics never change, and the resilience of the human race.
10). The Last Jew - Noah Gordon. Such a good book!! This is the story of Spain and the Jewish Diaspora that emptied Spain of her unconverted Jews. It follows the path of a young Jewish man who is separated from his family and who wanders the Spanish countryside trying to survive, convinced that he is the last Jew in all of Iberia. He spends many years alone, moving from area to area, always aware that the Spanish Inquisition is covering the country like a hood, keeping good people scared and compliant and enabling monsters to "cleanse" the country in the name of God and queen. It seems like every time he finds a home, someone or something betrays him and he must run again, until he stumbles upon a physician who takes him in and trains him in the arts of medicine and healing. Really, a terrific story, extremely well written and very well paced.
Well, there you have it - ten books that I have loved and have read at least twice, if not a dozen times. Hey, once I become friends with a book, we check in with each other often! And these books are all good friends. Enjoy and let me know what you think! Also, feel free to share books with me in the comment section. I'm always looking for a great new book or author.