...and so he became a necromancer. Taking the parts from dead animals and dying trees to reanimate a living breathing serpent...

A JWB Composite Horn Bow is a traditional composite bow made from only these materials:  sustainably harvested water buffalo, ibex, or sheep horn;
various wood; deer, elk, or horse sinew; finished with goat skin, birch bark, or uncovered; and is laminated together with JWB glues of fish air bladder
and/or tendon.  There are no hidden man-made materials or synthetic elements  in these bows, as they are real composite bows.  The horn is on the belly, facing the archer, and sinew on the back of a wooden core. When the bow is drawn, the sinew (stretched on the outside) and horn (compressed on the inside) store more energy than wood for the same length of bow.  These bows are the most complicated traditional bow to make and they can take up to 24-months to create.  As we all are adjusting to a new world with COVID-19, please note that some order timelines may be altered.



JWB is currently taking orders for:


* Crimean Tatar
* Magyar (Hungarian)
* Mongolian
* Mughal
* Scythian
* Turkish
* Other - ask JWB





​Contact JWB to discuss your hand-crafted composite bow.  All composite bows are made-to-order and take approximately up to 24-months to create.  As we all are adjusting to a new world with COVID-19, please note that some order timelines may be altered.