Compact Folding Survival Bow

Sep 2, 2014

Category: Gear

Wondering how you can impress your town’s local Pocahontas? Getting handy with a bow and arrow is a great place to start, and here’s one that you can keep on you without much hassle.

The Compact Folding Survival Bow from Primal Gear Unlimited conveniently touts its best feature in its name, as the long bow folds down into a 23 inch short riser, making it pretty easy to store in your trunk or knapsack. Made from aircraft-grade aluminum and fiberglass, the bow weighs only 2.25 pounds, and even comes with its own compact and durable carrying case. The bow can be adjusted to accommodate right or left handed users, and if you’re concerned about its oomph, Primal Gear says arrow speeds from the Compact Folding Survival Bow average a rather brisk 181 feet per second. [Purchase]

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