It would be easier to find you a tire swing and a handful of bananas than a 2 piece longbow for 31” DL for 400$…
I would take a look at Omega longbows.. the bowyer, Kegan, has same DL as you do.. they aren’t the most flashy bows, but they shoot very good and close to your price range..
The black tail bows are pricey. It may be a fair trade, but If you have a bow you like and shoot well, keep it…. It’s way less frustrating to have one you know You like vs trade to an unknown..
my advice is to keep a bow, buy a couple and trade and sell those around until you find what your after.. after 5-6 years I’ve ended up with 3 I love, all other have been moved along.. thing about that is 1 of mine is 250$(. 1 piece recurve) another 400$(1 piece longbow) and one is about 700-900$ ILF.
I shoot my one piece bows well, good enough to consistently hit with at 25 yards, that my confident hunting range. But any archer that has both types of bow, knows that a riser cut past center with a rest, that the groups are tighter and the bow is more forgiving of less than perfe
Thanks, I have two ilf risers and a couple limbs so I will definitely have a standard good shooting bow.
I don't have to find a longbow, just interested in trying a wood recurve or longbow as a newer traditional shooter as I've really only shot ilf so far.
Maybe I just need to go to a 3D shoot and harass anyone 6'2" and up to see what they're shooting.