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Galaxy Crescent 25" Recurve Riser

SKU# 8160012

$79.99

Item # 8160012

Catalog Page # 20

Great intermediate Olympic recurve riser.
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This is a great choice for the archer looking to get into Olympic recurve, without spending a ton of money on a quality riser. This is a quality riser, with all the accessory mounts you'll need, at an affordable price.

• Lightweight magnesium 25” ILF riser
• Accepts all ILF or Hoyt Grand Prix limbs
• Ready for sight, plunger, clicker and stabilizers
• Mass Weight: 2.01 lbs.
• Includes: Clicker extension and limb bolt adjustment tool
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Excellent riser, good value. Review by COA
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I've been shooting bare bow for a little over a year. I started with an Axiom 23" riser and their 30# long limbs. It is a nice outfit, but for some reason, I just could not get decent groups. I bought a 25" Galaxy Crescent, put the Axiom limbs on it, and there has been a significant improvement. Also, I notice that the number of "flyers" has dropped to next to nothing. The riser looks good, feels good in the hand. is stable, and quiet to shoot. I do not think I will be needing to advance to anything else for a very long time...if ever.

(Posted on 10/22/18)

Excellent Riser Review by Duane
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I absolutely love this riser! Best deal on the market. It's lightweight and shoots nicely. Absolutely nothing wrong with it. No reason to waste your money on a more expensive riser. Nice styling, nice colors. Tiller was preset and is easy to adjust. In response to a review above, my plunger fit perfectly into the threads. I like this riser so much, I bought a second one.

(Posted on 2/2/18)

Excellent value for money Review by Central Florida Archery
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So I put the Galaxy through the ringer and had multiple of my Olympic shooters shoot the bow and test it. I have since used it as a demo and already sold 4 of them to entry level Olympic style archers.
Considering the price it is incredible value for money. The bow is light yet very well balanced. The finish on the bow is very well done and the various colors really catches the eye. The draw is smooth and once tuned, the bow was consistently very accurate and stable. I even put it through various severe temperature changes and the results affirm the stability of the bow.

I will most certainly continue to market this bow to entry level archers.

(Posted on 12/7/17)

Awesome value Review by Mars Thies Brownsen
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Ok so you can't compare this bow to a top the line Olympic bow. Compare it to an under $200 takedown. Like you can't compare Civic and a Zonda. Paired it with the basic galaxy 20# limbs(bronze), a cartel string, and a super rest and I have I nice bow out of the box. Out of the box, it had a neutral tiller and the string needed some twists. Even with garbage arrows, it's not bad. With good arrows and tuning it's a crazy good bow for the money. I got it for my 11 yr old who only wanted to go to Camp so she could shoot bows. put some shorter -heavier limbs and some matte black spray and it's a tunable hunting bow. I also go a PSE Razorback #15 for my younger one online and now wish I had bought 2 of these instead. You can add all the toy or shoot it bare. I'm super happy with it. The like mass weight makes if great for kids as if you add stuff they will be able to keep form. I know it's an import and private label. But I'm glad Lancaster is selling these.

(Posted on 10/17/17)

Great beginner ILF riser Review by Lanzer
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At this price range you can have a starter ILF setup for the same price as a take-down bow set, but now you have weight and limb adjustments. It's a no brainer for the backyard archer.

The riser is very light which is fine for beginners who need to build up strength, while it's inherently less stable, which shouldn't be a surprise.

The riser has accessory threads at all the right places, but my only complain is that the thread for the plunger is very tight. My plunger got stuck half way and I had to use a 5/16 tap to loosen the thread to get it to work. I am using a very cheap plunger so YMMV.

(Posted on 9/26/17)

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