Are Samick bows any good?
Overall the Samick Sage takedown recurve is an excellent bow, not just an excellent bow for the price, but an excellent bow by anybody’s standard. It will shoot as well as bows in higher price brackets.
Is Samick archery out of business?
Samick has ceased production of all archery equipment. There were discussions of a buy over, but it did not materialize.
Is Samick a good archery brand?
Overall Samick Sports is a very highly regarded company that is known around the world for offering some of the highest quality bows on the market. They have a heritage of competition, but also offer a wide-range of bows for the average shooter, from beginner to advanced.
Are Samick and Galaxy the same?
Samick aka Galaxy aka Summit Sports.
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.
What draw weight do Olympic archers use?
Bow: In Olympic archery, competitors use recurve bows that draw an average of around 48.5 pounds for the men and 33 pounds for the women.
Where are Samick Sage bows made?
The high-end Olympic stuff in South Korea, everything else in China. Archery is a process that ends with a result.
Can you shoot a Samick Sage off the shelf?
It will work fine off the shelf. The Sage is cut to center so you may have to play with the thickness of the sideplate, to tune your arrows correctly. Nothing wrong with a rest or shooting off the shelf.
Who makes Galaxy archery?
They are also known as Big Rock. One of the largest OEM manufacturer from China. Galaxy is their newest label with their products selling on Lancaster.
Is Galaxy sage a good bow?
The Galaxy Sage is the best-selling recurve bow of the past decade, and we’ve made improvements to it to create the Sage Elite. This is a 62-inch takedown bow with an improved pin and bolt limb alignment system that ensures proper limb positioning every time you put the bow together.
What length do Olympic archers shoot?
Archers shoot up to a distance of 70 metres (for recurve) and 50 metres (for compound) in standard competition. Archers aim at the five-colour target, consisting of 10 scoring zones in gold, red, blue, black and white rings.