NOMADThe Nomad Survival Bow and Arrow Set is super compact. When stored in the carryinouch, this survival bow measures 17 1/2 inches and weighs 2 pounds 2 ounces. Fully assembled, this bow measures 48inches.

The 2 piece fiberglass/aluminum limbs assemble together by slipping the bottom section into the top section bracket. Place the two pieces into the riser bracket down to the notch pic and you are ready to go!. Assembly requires no tools. Just string the bow and its ready to shoot. Please ensure the limbs are braced against the riser when stringing.

The Super Compact Take-Down Nomad Survival Bow comes standard with 3 survival arrows that simply twist together. The Nomad's caring pouch is used as a quiver that will sling over the back or tightened around the waist to hold the fully assembled arrows while hunting.

Product Features

• Compact Take Down design Made in the USA
• Available in 45 lb. draw only. (measured at 28 inches)
• Super strength fiberglass riser and limbs
• Arrow rest included
• Includes 3 break down arrows and carrying case


*All risers are abridextrious


  • Stored Length - 17 1/2 inches (with break down arrows)
  • Assembled length - 48 inches
  • Riser Length - 15 1/2 inches
  • Riser Width - 1 inch
  • Riser Depth - 3/4 inch
  • Limb Length - 21 inches
  • Bow Weight - 2lbs 2oz (includes Riser, 2 Piece Limbs, String, Pouch and Break Down Arrows)

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can you hunt with this bow? Yes! This bow is 45#, more than enough to legally hunt in all states! If a state has a minimum draw weight, it is typically 35#-40# draw!

Is there a warranty? Of course! Our bows are warrantied for 1 year after purchase. Please note, we do not replace limbs due to improper stringing. You must make sure you string the bow correctly. If there is nothing but air for the limbs to brace against, they will snap!

Brand Xpectre, Inc

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