Mongolian Horn Bow

In order to be able to hunt on horseback, you need a mandolin bow. What is a mandolin bow? A Mongolin bow is a bow that originates from the archery community in Mongolia. Their traditional shepherds initially migrated with them across the steppes. These early nomadic...

Mongolian Horse Bow

The Toth Mongol horse bow is ideal for adult usage and has a nice smooth draw to it. The shaft should be at least one and a half inches in length. The shaft is tapered for an increased accuracy factor. The overall length should be at least 14 inches. For every inch...

Mongolian Short Bow

The Mongols used a variety of archery tools including the Mongolian short bow. The name Mongolian comes from the root words “han” (meaning bow) and “ol” (meaning loop). Thus, the bow was designed to loop around a neck horizontally instead of...

Fiberglass Mongolian Bow

The fiberglass Mongolian bow and recurve bow are both popular for use on a variety of game. Like their wood cousins these bows can be readily found on the market today and can often be found at discount prices. While hunting these bows can help to increase your kill...

What Are Draw Weights for Mongolian Bows?

The average draw weight of a typical bow set at some 70 pounds. This, of course, is for the “regular” sized draw length. With the larger “full-size” bows, the draw weight can go well into the hundreds, and some may be as high as a ton!...

Mongolian Bow Fire Rate & Arrow Speed

For many hunters, the choice of a bow and arrow becomes a very personal one. Bow hunters have been in use for centuries and there are many stories about the usefulness of the weapon. Some stories talk about how the ancients developed the bow and how they were quite...