PINE HOL­LOW Cus­tom Long­bows

Modern Pioneer - - Whitetail -

Through my com­pany, Pine Hol­low, I pro­duce high-qual­ity hunt­ing bows de­signed to pro­vide years of per­for­mance, as well as the sim­plis­tic beauty of a bow hand­crafted from all-nat­u­ral prod­ucts. I limit or­ders each year so I can build a bow that meets my stan­dards. I will not rush. I take my time so I can build the best pos­si­ble bow.

These are the three cus­tom bows I of­fer:

CHEYENNE The Cheyenne is Pine Hol­low’s short­est Osage bow, per­fectly suited for use in con­fined spa­ces like tree­stands and ground blinds. Be­cause of its com­pact de­sign, it’s de­flexed for smooth­ness, then re­flexed to add a lit­tle zip to the cast. These bows nor­mally run 52-54 inches in length, but re­quests for spe­cific lengths are wel­comed. MSRP: $1,200

MEDICINE MAN The Medicine Man is Pine Hol­low’s orig­i­nal Osage flat­bow. They’re nor­mally ei­ther non­backed or backed with rawhide only, how­ever, they can be sinew-backed, if you like. They nor­mally run 60-66 inches. They have no built-in de­flex, but will nat­u­rally set­tle in a bit, so the limb tips are re­flexed to get the best per­for­mance. The Medicine Man is a very sta­ble, easy-to-shoot hunt­ing bow. MSRP: $1,200

GHOST DANCER FLAT­BOW Like the Medicine Man, the Ghost Dancer is an Osage flat­bow, but un­der the rawhide back­ing is a sinew power layer. Ghost Dancer bows nor­mally mea­sure 60-66 inches. Due to the sinew back­ing, they gen­er­ally don’t set­tle in as much as the Medicine Man, but Pine Hol­low still re­flexes the tips to get the best per­for­mance the wood and sinew of­fer. Pound for pound, this is Pine Hol­low’s hard­est-hit­ting bow. MSRP: $1,200

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