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Martin Saber Take-Down Recurve Bow

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Product Description
• Saber Take-Down features:
• Two integrated VEM's mounted in the riser
• Thermal V protective dampening grip for a vibration free shot
• Right Hand only
• AMO Length: 64"
• Brace Height: 6.75"-7.5"
• Mass Weight: 3.4 lbs.

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Great bow Review by Vasiliy
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Riser is super, I really love it )) Limbs - Ok
Just 3 notes
1) Bow string WINDING is bad. Over 1000 shots and it began to wind off, but it's not a problem if you got hands!
2) Arrow rest. What can you expect from 3 dollars arrow rest ? No comments.. I put Wisker Bisqiut rest to my bow and it's a god bless ))
3) String stopper and hand protectors will be really useful. There is a huge bruise on my hand.

(Posted on 4/20/14)

great bow Review by Matthew Baker
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Bought this about a month ago. Great bow, only complaint is similar to previous. My string was too long, put about 40 twists in the string and still couldn't achieve the minimum recommended brace height, swapped it out with a string i have from my samick journey (64 amo) and no problems. Didn't even bother trying the rest as i had a NAP centerest lying around. Also looks like Lancaster now has the carbon finish risers as i got a bit of a surprise since i was expecting a camo (very welcome surprise). Although it is a take down bow, i can't see my self ever doing so as i found it a bit of a pain to put together compared to my other take down.

(Posted on 10/8/13)

Brace Height is an issue Review by Gene
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I had the same experience with the string and the arrow rest as others have noted. Minor issues for me. I usually replace the string and the rest with my preferred options as a rule, so neither of those were a deal breaker. But the Brace height is an issue. The string kept hitting me in the back of the wrist. Shooting the bow was a painful experience. Short of replacing the string with a shorting string I could never get the brace height high enough to stop the repeated lashing I'd get with every shot. Even a few twists in the string were not enough. I ended up fabricating a string stop that fit nicely into the back of the riser and since then not one wrist slap.

(Posted on 8/19/13)

Really good bow! Review by Drake
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I actually ended up ordering the bow from Amazon mainly because they only have it in camo here and I wanted a black one, as well as the fact that I had free 2 day shipping on Amazon. Besides that it's really an awesome bow. My only problems with it were that one of the strings on the 16 strand bowstring had broken off and that the bow stringer was actually too short, but since I had paracord lying around it was no problem. They seem to have fixed the quality of the arrow rest since the one that I got is pretty good. The bow itself is fairly easy to assemble, it only took me around 10 min as I've never done it before.

(Posted on 6/14/13)

I'm excited, but for two small issues Review by WOODYxWOOD
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received my Saber takedown recurve for Xmas 2012, was very excited during the unpacking. Fit and finish are solid. instructions for setup leave a bit to be desired since I am a no-experience, beginner/novice. Heard about some material failures of the laminate limbs, but mine seem in good shape, no delamination of any sort as of yet, but will update this should anything arise. Arrow rest and string provided were quite garbage. String was already fraying (having even strung up the bow yet) and the arrow rest is just bad/cheap. Plastic threads stripped the first time I tried to install it on the riser. I will be looking for a Bear weather rest as a replacement and a new string. should be a solid shooter once she's up and running, from what I read. I bought this bow mainly for its portability. Should be a peach for that. I will be also getting an Alpine Archery Soft Loc 3 bow-mounted quiver for it. All in all, I should be VERY happy with this bow very shortly......

(Posted on 2/21/13)

Solid Bow Review by Mike
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Got this as my first recurve after having used compound for a long time. I was drawn to it by the compound-style riser which i thought would make a transition easy. For 200 bucks, its a really solid shooter. I suggest that you replace the arrow rest with something a little more elegant than the one included, and the bow naturally has a pretty low brace height so adjust accordingly. Once you're set up though, this sends em down the range straight and consistent. I shot a 3d tournament with it a month ago and was very happy with how it performed. Looks super cool too!

(Posted on 9/26/12)

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