FM167 SGA Barebow Equipment Charts
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1RiserWNS Forged Elite-a 25" Recurve Riser$242.99A good riser for beginners to use through even an intermediate stage should be ILF, limb alignment, standard mounting holes and should be durable and long lastinghttp://www.lancasterarchery.com/wns-forged-elite-a-25-recurve-riser.html
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3LimbsWNS Axiom+ Limbs$80.99Limbs are often something people go through quickly and we would recommend seeing if there are limbs you can try out or borrow before you purchase. There isn't a point in buying expensive low poundage limbs.http://www.lancasterarchery.com/wns-axiom-a-recurve-limbs.html
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4WeightsX-Spot 8oz. Stainless Steel Weight (5/16x24)$16.19
http://www.lancasterarchery.com/x-spot-8oz-stainless-steel-weight-5-16x24.html
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Backpack/Bow case
Legend Artemis Recurve Backpack ($35.99) OR (if you travel by plane) the Pelican Storm iM3100 ($280 on Amazon)$35.99Backpacks aren't good at protecting your equipment for travel via airplane so if you have to fly home we highly recommend getting a hard case. http://www.lancasterarchery.com/legend-artemis-recurve-backpack.html
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6Finger TabBlack Widow (Super Leather)$10.79The Black Widow tab is useful to barebows because it has stitches you can use to string walk.http://www.lancasterarchery.com/black-widow-tab-super-leather.html
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7Arm GuardAAE Armguard$8.99This is the same armguard used by the club and works well for everyone. You should always wear an armguard even if you generally don't hit your arm.http://www.lancasterarchery.com/aae-armguard.html
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8Chest GuardFivics Air Pad Chest Guard ($14.99 + Shipping)$17.00Chest guards are used to keep shirts out of the way of the string so if you find the string on your chest or causing bruises on your chest you will probably should get a chest guard.Fivics Discount
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9QuiverEatson Deluxe Field Quiver$53.99Field quivers are preferred over hip quivers as they take up less space especially in travel and on the shooting line. http://www.lancasterarchery.com/easton-deluxe-field-quiver.html
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10PlungerShibuya DX Plunger$35.99A plunger corrects for archer's paradox and is necessary to set center shot. Plungers can vary greatly in price, but most will last a long time.http://www.lancasterarchery.com/shibuya-dx-plunger.html
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11Arrow RestSpigarelli ZT Rest$34.19When barebows string walk they induce a up and down force on their arrows and the Shibuya Ultima rest won't necessarily be strong enough to stand up to heavy arrows.
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12StringScott's String 8125G 16-strand ($25 + Shipping)$288125G is a string material, your bow size (e.g. 25" + medium limbs = 68") is called AMO, you want to order a string that is 2.75" shorter than your AMO.
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13ArrowsShafts - Easton Carbon Ones$107.14Arrow spine is a measure of how stiff it is and it is important to remember that the most important factor in arrows is spine consistency.
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Pins - Easton Carbon One Pins$10.80Pins protect your arrows from being destroyed by other arrows because the points get deflected off of the pins.http://www.lancasterarchery.com/easton-carbon-one-pin.html
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Nocks - Easton Pin Nocks$13.50Nocks come in small groove (0.088") and large groove (0.098") and depends on the number of strands of the string but with this kit you should go for small groove for a good fit.http://www.lancasterarchery.com/easton-pin-nock.html
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Points - Easton Carbon One Stainless Steel Break-off Point
$18.04On the lancaster page, it notes which point number is for which arrow spine. Break off points enable you to change the point weight which helps with tuning.
http://www.lancasterarchery.com/easton-carbon-one-stainless-steel-break-off-points.html
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Spinwings 1 3/4", 50pk ($7.14 + Shipping)$8.00There are tons of different vanes, but if you're shooting recurve, you should use standard spin wings. Choose any color you want, it is standard to not have an index fletchings.
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14BowstandCartel Starter Bowstand$13.49There is a huge variety of bowstands that have different costs and offer different "features," but it isn't necessary as you just need a bowstand to get your string off the ground.http://www.lancasterarchery.com/cartel-starter-bowstand.html
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15Arrow PullerBooster Arrow Puller$5.39Arrow pullers serve one purpose--to pull arrows. The Booster lasts literally years, works far better than others, and doesn't wear as much as compared to others.http://www.lancasterarchery.com/booster-arrow-puller.html
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Total$741.47
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