Assembling an Olympic Recurve Bow

Assembling an Olympic Recurve Bow

46 Replies to “Assembling an Olympic Recurve Bow”

  1. Sorry for the newb question but why do you need an extender for the stabilizer set up?  Can you not just screw it directly into the riser?  Does it move the overall weight forward or something.

  2. Cringed a bit when you I saw you place all your equipment on the concrete D: I'm still waiting for my Plat Hi-mod side rods to come in… 3 months and counting.

  3. You should probably also mention how to set the limbs after you string the bow. It might be helpful to people who are new to archery. When I first started out I didn't know about it either until my friend explained it to me. Great vids man 😀

  4. how many inches for ur long rod? and how many arrows do you recommend to have in a quiver at all times for competition?

  5. Can you do a video fo how to adjust a riser and its limbs if there are no pocket adjustment, every adjustment is done in the cam, naimly the SF premium riser is the one I have……. and I just can not find a video about adjusting that kind of riser…..

  6. So you remove the plunger button every time? I leave it on atm, doesn't seem as a big deal in my Legend Archery Streamline Backpack with softpocket for the riser. What do you think?

  7. I noticed that you have a nice bag to keep everything in, but could never figure out what it was. It was always obscured or out of frame. It looks like it's fairly inconspicuous, instead of being a billboard that says 'you can sell whatever is in here for a lot of money' like I see with most other packs for recurves.

    Basically, what is that bag, and can everything fit in there, including the long stabilizer and quiver?

  8. I picked up almost the same rigg as you. Same limbs, and riser. Same carbon clicker bur a different stabilizer. I got the Bee stinger. I' be yet to see anyone assemble their s the way I have. I've attached the main stab to the front bottom, and the split V for the side rods along with the wrist strap in the thread well above it. Am I screwing that up? The weights now…what determines weather you use three ,four five two. One on left two on right…. Nobody seems to have an answer for that. I usually hear the code words for I haven't got a clue ( it a personal preference) …
    Mike

  9. I have a sure lol contender sight. I can hardly see thru the sight. Other archers have said bust that red dot out of there, It's more of a hindrance. I also noted three sides have black plastic and the third side is open. Which side goes up? Are you trying to shade the pin with the blackl plastic sides to the pin or keep it open to collect light? I mean which way does it go? It's not with the instructions.

  10. the audio lol
    Interesting view, but the muffled audio was always on my mind
    your setup is too much $$$$ :'(

  11. Hello NuSensei ! I just want to thank you for ALL your great videos and the thought and time and effort you have put in to doing them. I am an older (60+ yrs) beginner archer here in the Northeast USA just starting to put together my first Olympic style Recurve set-up for club/regional competition after getting my orientation and "sealegs" using a basic Samick setup. Your technique and equipment videos AND your videos about your own struggles and triumphs in training and competition are INVALUABLE for me and it seems for MANY others. Keep up the great work and any technique and training advice will be absorbed by all of us like sponges !! Wishing you BEST SUCCESS and HAPPINESS in your future in ALL your pursuits !!!!

  12. I have a SF Axiom L+, and I have a question. The Weight / Tiller Bolt, that you screw in on the limbs. Is this supposed to be very tight? I can't get the upper bolt as tight as I think it should be, and I can pull the limb out even with it screwed down as tight as it can be. Is this an issue? Or when I string the bow will the force of the string pulling on the limbs keep them from falling / being pulled out of the riser?

  13. +NUSensei as you say, to dis-assemble watch video backwards! Seriously tho, is it normal practice to take out the plunger to pack away riser at the end of a session ?

  14. So to speak, are ILFs plug and play? I'm just starting and I reckon these things need adjustments or idk. Please enlighten 🙂

  15. Excellent video as always. Getting my new recurve bow in a few days so all this information is extremely helpful.

  16. I liked the end comment "if you want to know how to disassemble a bow, watch this video backwards" Haha! Gold!

  17. . In need of some advice. Im working on building up a target recurve. 25" riser with wns long limbs. Going for 42lbs for a 68" amo once adjusted. What would be a good shaft spine recommendation for my setup?

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