What is the recommended brace height on a Samick Sage?

What is the recommended brace height on a Samick Sage?

7.5 inches to 8.25 inches
Brace Height: 7.5 inches to 8.25 inches (recommended).

Are Samick bows any good?

The Samick Sage is a takedown recurve bow that is very reasonably priced, in fact, it will shoot just as good as more expensive bow models. You will find the draw to be smooth, has good arrow speed, and excellent accuracy. Overall a very good bow, whether you are doing target archery or hunting.

Can I leave Samick Sage strung?

Registered. Generally, modern laminated Bows like the Sage will be okay if left strung for long(ish) periods. The greatest risk of damage tends to come at the time when they are being strung or unstrung, due to people doing it improperly or carelessly.

Who makes Samick bows?

Samick Sports is a Korean company that’s been in the industry since 1975. Since then, they have grown so much as to have their bows sold in over 50 different countries, and they are known for sponsoring quite a few of the world’s best competitive archers.

How tall should the brace be on a Samick Sage?

Answer: Yes! Luckily, the arrow rests with the bow. Q: What is the range of Samick sage brace height? Answer: The recommended brace height range of Samick sage is 7 1/4 inch to 8 1/4 inch. Q: What is the difference between the Sage and Journey?

How big of a recurve bow does Samick use?

62″ Takedown Recurve Bow for up to 29″ Draw (Samick Journey recommended for longer draw) Economical, Entry to Intermediate Level Bow.

How tall does a sage recurve bow need to be?

Answer: The sage comes with 62’’ bow length provide max 29’’ draw height which is suitable for medium height archer. However, if you are over 5’-6’’, then you can go for the Journey as it is 2’’ more and better for the longer archer.

Which is the original SAGE takedown recurve bow?

The ORIGINAL Sage takedown recurve bow is becoming the Galaxy Sage! The Galaxy Archery team includes designers and archers who developed the original Sage design nearly a decade ago using Samick as the manufacturer and brand. During 2018, Sage bows purchased from Lancaster Archery Supply may bear Samick or Galaxy branding.