The term "limbs" refers to the lower and upper parts of a takedown bow. They are attached to the handle on one side (limb pockets), while the loops of the string are hooked to the limb tips. Limbs are exclusively sold as a pair of limbs.

As with the middle parts, a basic distinction must be made between ILF and Formula plug-in systems for limbs. ILF is the abbreviation for "International Limb Fitting" and describes an industry standard for a plug-in limb mount on the handle. The ILF limb system is extremely widespread on modern competition bows and is now also used on traditional takedown recurves. In addition, there are, for example, also Formula plug-in systems, which can be found in the BSS-Shop mainly by MK Korea or Gillo.
Different plug-in systems cannot be combined with each other. Handles and limbs must have the same system.

Samick Limbs Impress ILF Fiber
85,53 EUR
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