Biocomposite Turkish recurve bow 65# G/535


This one is as small as an Asiatic recurve bow ever gets. 33″ long unbraced!!!
It combines the laminated, the TRH laminated, and the TRH Extra II laminated bows.

No maintenance is needed, very easy to brace and unbrace (please remember to unbrace it very slowly), and endures heat and cold very well.

Sturdy too, it would be hard to twist it even on purpose.


The actual colors are black and turquoise.


Length between siyahs: 33”

Length strung: 42 ½”

Max. draw length: 30”

Brace height: 6 ¾”

This is a really short bow, and as a result very dynamic. Suitable for thumb release as well as three-finger draw up to 30″, which makes it the longest draw Turkish available anywhere. Moreover, it can be drawn very smoothly, due to the newest biocomposite technology. The outer layer is a pressed sinew plate. The middle layer is wood. The inner layer is a pressed horn. Short rigid tips for accuracy and speed.

Biocomposite technology.
Actually, it combines the laminated, the TRH laminated, the TRH Extra II laminated bows.
And to some extent the extra III bows as well. The bows made by this technology consist of the following materials: the middle layers of wood, the inner layer of pressed horn, and the outer layer of pressed sinew plate. These two layers are glued to the wooden plate by modern glue and the glued layer gets a fiber strengthening.
Due to these biocomposite materials and modern technology, these bows are faster than simple laminated bows. They are appreciably soft and without any resonance when drawing.
These bows give almost the same shooting experience as a horn bow and even their appearance is similar, although the biocomposite bows are flatter.

Turkish Biocomposite bow

This bow has got a real C shape when it is unstrung. Quite short but can be drawn further than 30″. The base of the bow is wood, and the outer layer is an amber-colored, half-transparent pressed sinew layer.

The inner side pressed horn in a greyish-white, stained color. Only the very end of the siyahs is rigid.
Dynamic, excitable, and small bow, but it can be drawn even with a three-finger release.

Turkish Biocomposite recurve bow

Grozer Csaba Bowyer master:

Users instructions

When stringing the bow, the lower end of it mustn’t touch the ground and the upper end must be held and pressed under the bezel. The middle of the hilt should lean up on the inside part of the thigh, while the lower end of the bow above the bezel should lean up on the outside of your lower leg.
Before using set the string in the middle of the siyahs.
In the course of using the bow keep that part upwards where you can see the name Grozer.


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