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Black Widow Bows -Test Drive A Black Widow

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You like to test drive a car before you buy, right? Now you can test-drive a Black Widow before you buy! We now have a fleet of DEMO bows in our inventory for just that purpose. Here is how it works: If you would like to get your hands on a Black Widow to try out for a week, just give us a call and together we can select a bow out of our DEMO fleet that is close to what you are interested in ordering (the DEMO bows are not for sale).

You may send a money order or we can charge your VISA or MasterCard for the price of that model of bow plus UPS 2nd day air shipping and insurance BOTH ways.

After you shoot the bow for one week simply affix the enclosed return shipping label and have UPS return it to us. Assuming the bow and components are returned to us in normal condition, we will then send you a refund check or credit your charge card for the price of the bow (you end up paying only the shipping and insurance).

Or, if at that time you decide you want to order a Black Widow bow, we will transfer your payment to your new bow order and build one for you at the specifications you prefer and we will pay the shipping on your new bow when completed.

Sorry, this offer available only in U.S.A.

To learn more about taking a “test drive” Call Black Widow Custom Bows, Inc. at (417) 725-3113 About Black Widow
Black Widow bows are unique in design and very complex to build. Just the handle alone has up to thirty-seven glue lines (depending on the model) and requires as many man-hours to build as do most complete traditional bows being made today.

Lightning fast limbs are tapered and tillered as only Black Widow bowyers know how. The result of all this effort and expertise is a bow.. a legendary bow...a Black Widow bow...whose smoothness, stability and speed will amaze you. As one of our satisfied customers put it, “It’s the only custom bow I’ve ever had, and I’ve had about all of them, that has everything I want. It’s fast, smooth, stable and beautiful too. And all in the same bow!” ... That about says it all.

The superior performance of the Black Widow Dyna Flex limbs and DynaFLIGHT 97 string allows you the luxury of being conservative in draw weight, still get excellent cast and enable you to maximize your accuracy. We suggest dropping down about 25% in draw weight when switching from a compound bow.

You may order limb weight at the traditional 28 inch draw or you may order limb weight at your actual draw. Draw length is measured from the string to the far side of the shelf, which is 1 3/4 inches longer than so-called “true draw” (which is measured to the throat of the grip). Your draw will probably be an inch or two shorter with a recurve or longbow than with a compound.

Some bowyers choose to glue-up their bow limbs a lot heavier than ordered by the customer and then simply grind enough material off to bring the weight down to the poundage ordered. This is not wise. In fact it is very risky and may compromise the integrity of the bow. Therefore, when specifying draw weight, please allow plus or minus two pounds. For instance, a bow ordered at 53 pounds would allow us a range of 51 to 55 pounds. Of course we will try to come as close to the weight ordered as we possibly can. We do offer, however, to guarantee plus or minus one pound for an additional charge of $25.00 or exact poundage (plus or minus zero pounds) for an additional charge of $75.00. This may take considerably longer for you to receive your bow if we miss the desired poundage several times.


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