The Montana longbow was first introduced in the late 90s and has become a very popular addition to an already proven line-up. This bow was designed by one of Fred Bear's long-time bowyers, Grant Neil Byce II. The bow's slightly reflexed design, tapered limb lamination and new, slimmer tips make this longbow big on performance and value.
While today's technology makes it far easier for an untrained archer to achieve a high rate of accuracy; there is nothing that compares with the satisfaction of mastering traditional archery. This is the ultimate benchmark for shooters reach. Anyone can shoot decently with telescopic sight, zero resistance rests, and a mechanical release. Becoming a competent traditional archer takes it beyond science and into the realm of art.