Looking for a top-of-the-line hunting bow? The Junxing F261 is perfect for experienced archers. This bow is made with high-quality materials and features a durable design that will make it last for years. With its exceptional performance, this bow is perfect for taking down your prey in style.
• Perfect for hunting, camping, and general outdoor activities
• Auto draw-back tensioning system for effortless shooting
• Detachable Stand serves as both a hunting stand and a small travel case
• High-quality riser with ergonomic grip
• Compatible with common broadheads (sold separately)
- Brace height: 7.5-8″
- Draw weight : 30-60lbs
- Draw length: 32″
- Hand : RH or LH
- Riser length : 17″ 19″ 21″
- Cnc aluminum riser
- D97 strong string
- Carbon foam limbs
- riser size : 17″ 19″ 21″
- hand choice : RH or LH
- bow length choice : 60″ 62″ 64″ 66″
- limbs length choice : 60″ 0r 62″ ; 68″ or 70″
- limbs material choice : fiberglass limbs , carbon foam limbs .
Junxing F261 Hunting Takedown Recurve Archery Bow lets you take your game to new heights. With its wood riser and limbs made from high-quality materials, this bow is perfect for both hunting and target practice. You can easily adjust the draw weight with a choice of 30 to 60 LBs, making it easy to get the perfect shot no matter your experience level. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, this bow is sure to excite your passion for the sport.
Randy J. –
The first pic is at 35 yards the second pic is at 45 yards the third is at 60 yards. Most folks post pics of the bow. I wanted to show what it can do. I have this bow in 65 lbs. Shooting bare bow straight off the shelf I’m accurate out to 60 yards consistently and still have plenty of energy at that range. I’m pushing arrows with a total weight of about 500 grains at 200 fps. I love this bow. A couple of the cheep rubber string silencers and it’s very quiet. I will caution you on one thing. 65# is way too much weight for most people. I’m not a big man but when I was about 12 I picked up my dads 45lb recurve and shot it alot. As I got older I moved on to compounds. Just recently decided to go back to a recurve. I started back with a 55# edge good bow but when I came across this one that’s 4 inches shorter and 65 lbs at the price and the reviews I couldn’t pass it up. I’ve got some work to do for deer season. 65 is alot to hold and get off a clean release. My only misses are due to shakey arms lol. You wont go wrong it’s a great bow. It comes with a stringing tool use it!! It’s not just for safety but it allows you to feel of the string and make sure your centered in the limbs before you put full pressure on the string.
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Raef Kon –
Got this now a while back but been shooting with it for a while and all I can say is it fires beautifully I have mine in a 60 pound and can honestly say I don’t even need a compound is packs that much of a punch and is that accurate
Listen, the bow is ok! Seems alright…However!! Why the heck is it so HARD to determine whether something is made in the US or abroad??? If Amazon could be straight forward, up front, and completely transparent with origin of product manufacturers, life could be easier. Shame on you PSE. Thought I was buying an American made product.
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Tylor m –
After a couple rounds of shooting the day I got it in the mail, I had a grouping like this at 10 yards! I think I’m going to love it!
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Beautiful, well constructed bow. However, there was nothing in the description that said you would need a stringer for this bow. I warped one of the limbs trying to string the bow without a stringer, but my son-in-law was able to take the warp out.
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Brittany Leigh Reno –
Seriously LOVE this bow! On value for the money, THIS bow is hands down where it’s at! I’d give it more than 5 stars if I could!At our bow shoot this weekend, I was still shooting my older bow (I was used to it, I had only shot this new bow once, I wasn’t comfortable yet), halfway through the course, I SWITCHED (my other bow just wasn’t cutting it and at that point, I had nothing to lose)! THIS BOW slings them in there! There was a immediate improvement, the accuracy, of course, in traditional archery, is more the shooter than the bow, and knowing your bow, but I’d have to say, this bow didn’t hurt any. Had so many compliments, and sent no less than 5 people this way to buy one of their own!Cannot wait to get more shots in and learn this bow some more.
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Jesus S. –
Can’t speak to it’s performance as a bow because I’ve returned it since it arrived damaged and looking usedUpdate: Customer Service Contacted me quickly to offer a replacement riser very nice customer service, will update again once I try out the bow to comment on it’s performance
David Bryant –
Great price and a wonderful bow!
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Juan Enriquez Jr. –
Bow arrived early and intact. Once fully assembled it is a very handsome bow. Been shooting with it for a few weeks now and it is a ton of fun!
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Brian M –
I’ve shot several recurve bows from factory Bear recurves to Assenheimer custom take down recurves that were in excess of $750, and this bow rates right there at the top with them. 55# is as smooth as silk, might buy 60# limbs to go with it. It has a beautiful finish, the hardware is high quality, and the matte finish on the riser allows for a firm secure purchase on the grip even in hot humid conditions. My first grouping from 20 yards was impressive literally out of the box.