Ahhh, The Osage Hunter. This is the bow to have if you are a serious primitive hunter or archer that is used to the creature comforts of more modern traditional bows. The Osage Hunter features a contoured handle with an arrow shelf, your choice of tip overlays, a great tiller shape and a dacron string complete with fur silencers. The tips are reflexed gently to make a smoother drawing, faster shooting bow. This is the “traditional archer’s” selfbow.
Osage is considered by most the be “THE BEST” selfbow wood available. it hits hard, its resistant to string follow. Osage is the way to go if your looking for a serious selfbow. There is a reason the most commonly shot selfbow is made of Osage… enough said! As with all selfbows, These bows are made out of only fully cured staves, not milled lumber. Each bow has its own unique characteristics and it is common for selfbows to carry small knots and slight twists. No two are exactly alike!
Turn around time on custom ordered bows is only 4-6 weeks!
NOTE: Draw length is extremely important for the safety of you and your bow.
Basic included options: String with silencers, Grip color, Tip overlay material. Additional costs for snake skins.
Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org to place a custom order or if you have questions or concerns or if your required options are not shown. These bows are in my Lifetime Series collection. See Warranty here
Shown Below with DiamondBack skins, antler tips and a Brown Beavertail handle wrap
Shown Below with DiamondBack skins, Bison horn Tip Overlays, and Black Beavertail Handle wrap
Shown Below with Bison horn tip overlays and Light brown leather handle
Timber rattler Skins and Antler Tip Overlays shown below.
Shown Below with Black Beavertail handle and Antler tip overlays
Shown Below with Moccasin Skins, Buckskin handle and Antler Tip overlays
Bow lengths depend on the draw length it is built for. Longer draw lengths require a longer bow.
Approx. bow length per draw length (You must know and understand the importance of draw length. call for help)
28″ draw – approx. 66″ long
25″ draw – approx. 60″ long
26″ draw – approx. 62″ long
27″ draw – approx. 64″ long
29″ draw – approx. 68″ long
30″ draw – approx. 70″ long