Originally I posted this in the US made products thread in 2013. I believe it deserves its own thread. Survival Gear DEALS: Made in the USA Only | Page 4 INFORMATION: The patent pending CFSB-1 folding bow, also known as the go primal bow, can be converted from Right hand to left hand, arrow speeds averaging 181 feet per second. This traditional bow is a long bow, but it is anything but traditional. The riser for the Compact takedown Folding Survival Bow is milled from T-6 6061 aircraft grade aluminum with a built in arrow shelf, and the limbs are made from fiberglass developed specifically for bow limbs. The limbs can be removed to convert bow from right to left hand, replace limbs, or interchange with different draw weight limbs. The folding bow design, with its aluminum riser and fiberglass bow limbs is built to survive the apocalypse, put food on the table, and defend you when you need a silent and powerful self defense weapon, and it is a must have for a prepper who wants to maximize their space. SPECS: 47 lbs draw at 26 inches, 52 lbs at 27 and 55 lbs at 28 inches. It is 23 inches long x 1.5 x 1.5 inches when closed and opened is a total 59" in length. 23" aircraft grade T6 6061 aluminum riser with limb locking bolts, 18" limbs, Endless loop Dacron string, owners manual. Weighing in at 2.25 lbs., it is lightweight and can be carried in or strapped to just about any pack or bug out bag. ______________________________________________ My own use consists of target practice and making my own modifications (adding a quiver) and fine tuning the use I foresee with this bow. It is light, easy to deploy and very strong, so it automatically becomes an exceptional piece of kit. The quiver I made for this bow consists of two parts: the top and bottom brace. Of course, these two parts are interchangeable and can be switched depending on preference. I made them out of leather and kydex and they form fit to the bow, remain stable and will last a very long time. I can use broadheads or field points with ease. See photos below... Another key feature I added is a marking on the top limb so I can easily affix my string the correct way every time. This is because I have a knocking point on my string and I like for it to remain constant. I keep my string and a backup string in zipped bags along the face of the bow, and cinch down everything with some velcro straps. I keep my broadheads in an Altoids tin, and I use 100 gr. broadheads and field tips with a 1" cutting diameter on the broadheads, which fly well for this 55 lb. draw weight. Order a bow here: The Folding Bow-the perfect survival bow.