Tribe Archery has started production on the longbow series of limbs for its popular Game Hunter youth bows.
Now young shooters using the Game Hunter riser platform have the option of selecting longbow limbs or recurve limbs. This means one riser can be used for a recurve or a longbow, providing enthusiasts with more opportunities to test their skills. The new production run comes on the heels of Tribe Archery’s release of popular upgradeable limb weights for its Game Hunter recurve limbs.
“The fast action and performance of the longbow limbs will give the shooter stability and accuracy on the range,” said Heath Painter, founder of Tribe Archery. “With an overall bow length of 48 inches, the Game Hunter longbow provides the forgiveness that beginning shooters need for on-target performance.”
Tribe Archery developed the Game Hunter series to help young shooters build their confidence in archery from the start. Sleek and sturdy, the Game Hunter delivers an authentic shooting experience at a scale designed specifically for young shooters. Its specially engineered composite offers a quicker snapback to pack more power into each pull. The ambidextrous grip and upgradeable limb options offer more options for families and group shoots, and the vibrant riser colors appeal to youthful tastes.
All Tribe Archery bows, including all components, are manufactured with pride in the United States. The Game Hunter is carried by national retailers, small distributors and industry-renowned catalog companies. Learn more, including where you can find them, at www.tribearchery.com .
About Tribe Archery
Tribe Archery is dedicated to delivering superior performance for hunters and archers who take their passion seriously. Founded by a hunter for hunters, Tribe designs leading-edge risers and youth bows that are engineered for greater precision and more power. Based in Ohio, the company proudly manufactures and builds all of its products in the USA. Join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TribeArchery.