Samick Sage?

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Samick Sage?

Postby Konrad on Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:56 pm

I want to get a new, low cost, knock-about, take-down recurve to keep in camp and take on vacations to fool around with. I am thinking the Samick Sage with the 30 pound limbs would make it easy for virtually anyone to play with and still strong enough for a close up fishing shot (should the occasion arise). Maybe an opportunity grouse, squirrel or other edible varmint would make good sport too.

Do any of you have experience with the Samick line?
Was it good, bad or otherwise?
Are there any other manufacturers that come to mind that are in the same price point?
Alloy risers are out.

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Re: Samick Sage?

Postby kookielecoy on Mon Aug 20, 2012 10:09 am

Have a great rep @ Olympic Archery. KAYA South Korea made bows supplier for PSE, Greatree, OMP and others. Makes limbs and risers for Tradtech ILFs. Samick Polaris are the staple club bow rentals. The Sage is one cut above but still considered a beginners but most intermediate and hunters get 50# limbs for hunting, 3d and olympic style 70 meters or further target shooting. Users have great fun and for it's versatility.

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Re: Samick Sage?

Postby pingryjo on Fri Oct 02, 2015 4:16 am

I want you to try to find a lot more than this.
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