Ranger Takedown Survival Bow by SAS: Hands-On Review for 2021

This bow is a whole lot of fun.

I’ve never been one to believe in the zombie apocalypse, but I do know a lot of people who have. And when you see events like Hurricane Harvey and Irma, it’s hard not to think about how unprepared we are for disasters. One solution is a survival bow that can be used for hunting or self-defense…The SAS Ranger Takedown Survival Bow comes with a quiver, arrows, and an instruction manual on how to use them all. It feels more like shooting a toy than anything else because of its light weight at 1 lb., yet has enough power from its 40# draw weight (or 10 lbs. of tension) to take down game quickly or defend yourself if you were ever attacked by zombies! Read more

1. What’s your favorite piece of outdoor gear and why?

2. Do you have a survival plan/ strategy already in place? If so, what is it about?

3. How would you rate that preparation level [doesn’t matter the number] on a scale of 1-10 with 1 being very unprepared and 10 being fully prepared or somewhere on that spectrum in between. Once again, please think of this as we are discussing preparation for the near future not some sort of post-apocalyptic event from 20 years ago or something along those lines.

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4a) How frequently do you go outdoors recreationally for hunting, fishing, camping trips etc.? If so where do these visits happen (i.e.,

Survival Archery Systems has created a new bow that is designed for both survival and recreation. The Ranger Takedown Survival Bow, as the name implies, comes in two parts: one main section and an arrow rest with limb tips on either end to create a curved shape when assembled. This design allows it to be broken down into three smaller pieces-the limbs each break off from its respective front or back grip; then there’s another piece at the very top of this assembly which holds all but 2 inches of string length within itself before attaching them just behind where your hand would be holding onto it! And don’t worry about having extra weight around you because these bows weigh less than 1 pound without arrows being attached so they’re perfect for those

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The Ranger Takedown Bow can be taken down to a small size in just seconds, making it perfect for carrying on any hunt. It is made of high-quality materials and features ball bearing wheels that make the takedown process quick so you’re not wasting precious hunting time.

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The Bear Archery Packster is a great bow for hunting as it can be both used by right- and left-handed shooters. It weighs just over 2 pounds, making the packhorse easy to carry on long trips in your hand or daypack. The maximum draw length of 31 inches makes this an ideal weapon with which to hunt from afar! A wide range of attachments are also available so you can customize your setup according to need: there’s even threaded holes at various points along the riser that allow efficient attachment of arrow quivers and sights – they’re included too!

Why You’ll Love It 

The Ranger is a great piece of equipment and it comes with everything you need to start hunting. From the box, I noticed that this product was put together well as all parts were tucked nicely in there so nothing got lost or damaged while shipping. The only thing missing when opening up the package are arrows. This bow is made from quality materials for an affordable price which makes me excited about what will happen next time my buddies want to go deer hunting!

The first thing I noticed upon receiving my new bow was how wonderfully it had been packaged. The customer service representatives at SAS were very thorough, as they ensured the items in my order arrived unharmed and that there would be no damage to any of their other customers’ orders either!

Simple, quick and easy. 

Its durable construction makes it the perfect bow for beginners or experienced archers looking to upgrade. It ships with two limbs that are attached and have markings on them so you know what poundage of draw weight they can accommodate, which is a fantastic feature as this prevents any mishaps during assembly!

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What I love most about The Ranger is how easy it was to assemble thanks in large part due its light-weight design. Assembly only took me five minutes flat because everything came preassembled – no need for bolts, screws, hex keys (tools), etc., just put together! And there’s even less maintenance involved than other bows too; all that needs done after shooting every now and then is wiping down with an oiled cloth and occasionally applying

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This is a great feature for keeping multiple sets of limbs organized especially when only one riser is being used. These groves in the limbs are specifically cut out to accept bowstrings provided with your purchase and they should be noted not to lose them while removing string from their bag, which also includes 1x Dracon 16 strand string and nock!

Your bow will come with all of the necessary gear to get you shooting, including a quiver and arrow shelf. Other items might be needed such as arrows or Velcro strips if your current equipment is not compatible. The SAS website has everything that an archer could need in one place so make sure to check it out before committing any purchases elsewhere!

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I was so excited to get my new bow, but first I knew that it would be best for me to read through the owner’s manual from front-to-back. When I finally got around to reading it all of this anticipation and excitement really paid off! The manual is bigger than you might expect at a whopping 128 pages full with useful information about how your arrows fly better when they’re weighted just right or if there are any knots in them accidentally. However, after taking some time away from being pumped up on adrenaline (after going back out into the backyard) assembly took only ten minutes tops; not bad considering building furniture can take hours longer sometimes!

While assembling the Ranger Takedown Survival Bow was a simple process, I found myself spending most of my time getting everything just right. First off, I had to make sure all the Velcro pieces were in place on their corresponding slots for arrows and shelf before anything else would go together well enough that it wouldn’t fall apart later. Once this was done though there wasn’t much left- only one limb needed to be inserted into its slot as long as you’ve got your eye through the window so you can see where they’re going! All that’s left is looping up a bow string around one side until it locks with itself then placing said end against your foot while maintaining pressure from above will do wonders when picking The Ranger back up

Takedown Arrows are a great way to exercise your archery skills in safety. 

After constructing the bow, I needed to construct arrows. For this task I turned back to SAS for their takedown arrow kit that includes all of the necessary materials and tools. The instructions were simple enough: just put together a lower portion with an insert at its center where you will attach your nock; then add fletching so it is aerodynamic in flight (and thus quieter); finish off by adding feathers or plastic vanes depending on what you are using as ammunition – broadheads when hunting most animals, field points if shooting targets only.

When I first felt the bare metal, it was a little surprising to think that something so uncomfortable-looking could feel so nice in my hands. The weight of this bow is distributed evenly and smoothly across your hand for ultimate comfort while shooting arrows

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The Ranger’s grip makes me want to shoot as fast and hard as possible just because holding onto it feels like an extension of myself rather than some foreign object sticking out from my arm

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The Ranger bow is a great fit for me because the rounded frame provides just enough surface area that I can grip it without any exposed edges. The larger size also creates more stability in my hand, so when holding back tension on the string or placing an accurate shot, there’s greater comfort than with other bows of its size range.

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I can’t get enough of shooting off-hand with this bow! I’m getting better at it every time. My first target was a ten yard shot, then twenty yards. The smoothness and efficiency is what really got to me in the end. There’s nothing like snapping pictures of your final shots on an adventure out here in nature – beautiful things are all around us if we take a moment to look for them, even when we’re not sitting still or waiting patiently for something special to happen; they just come naturally as long as you allow yourself that one little thing: patience while being patient (or gentle).

I decided against installing an arrow rest because I wanted my hand feel more involved during my practice session so I could learn how

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I’m not too shabby with the Ranger so far, but I think it’s more me getting used to a new bow than anything. It’s amazing how fast you can develop muscle memory when shooting something different every day! The riser is surprisingly large and comfortable which makes my grip easy and arrow alignment spot on at all times.

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I have shot many weapons in my lifetime but none were as satisfying or accurate like the crossbow. I think a lot of this has to do with how simple and effective it was, whereas other bows are far more complicated – they require strings, arrows, and targets which is all that much harder when you’re trying to shoot something from afar. But what really sold me on the Ranger was its simplicity: just an arrow and bow string? That’s going to be easier than any compound weapon!

I’ve never seen anything quite as intense as archery before- except for maybe hunting season back home where we had only one shotgun between three people who would usually end up shooting each other out of frustration (true story). You can’t get too

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With the bow completely wrapped up and put away in my pack I slung it over my shoulder. The bag was so light that even with all of this weight it felt like nothing to carry around on a long hike, or walk across campus while carrying an exam worth half your grade! My favorite feature about this design is how easy and quick you can breakdown without any tools required for assembly – This might just be one of the most useful features available when scouting out campsites before night falls.

Of all the features on this bow, my favorite is how it can be customized to suit your needs. The Ranger that I have currently has 45# limbs but if you want a little more oomph in your shot and would like 55# instead, then just order some new limbs for the riser; no need to buy an entirely different set of equipment! This is awesome because not only do we get one great hunting weapon at two weight options out of one package – so others in our family with varying levels of strength are able stop feeling left out or frustrated by their lack of ability – but also there’s less expensive shipping costs as well when ordering replacement parts from online retailers which helps keep things really budget friendly.

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The Ranger is a great bow for any archer because it can be adjusted to suit the needs of both women and men. The only major difference between models are that female limbs tend to have less draw weight than male ones, so you’ll need two sets if one person wants 45 lbs while another prefers 55 pounds or more—but this issue has been addressed with an economical solution: Simply buy your desired draw weight in matched pairs!

What are you made of? 

The Hoyt Carbon Spyder provides the user with a lightweight, easy to assemble and disassemble bow that is perfect for hunting. The limbs are made of high tech composite fibers which provide increased strength without adding weight, making it easier to carry while scouting from daybreak until dusk. This compound has been designed in an ambidextrous format so both left-handed or right handed archers can enjoy this product equally as well! The riser is composed of 6061 T6 aluminum material and includes stainless steel hardware components like nock clips on either side for extra safety when not using arrows. Additionally, the risers come preassembled inside each limb meaning all you need to do before your first hunt after assembly is attach the string via 16 strand

What Is Included in Ranger

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The Ranger bow is one of the most lightweight and compact bows on today’s market. Sporting a 22-inch riser, this beauty can be packed away in any outdoor day pack with ease. Silent to operate while being carried and simple to assemble or disassemble without tools; it has been an incredible addition for many hunters wanting that little extra edge from their gear when shooting game during hunting season! With threads available within the compound limbs themselves, there are endless options like sights or quivers you could attach if needed as well as 3 takedown arrows able fit inside its frame – which means less weight added onto your back end! Weighing only 2 pounds 11 ounces per set (including accessories), priced at just $150 USD

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