I’ve owned a Spigarelli Barebow for some months now. I had a chance to shoot it during the indoor season and I am now in the process of setting it up for outdoors and field archery. Below is a video review of the bow as well as shooting tests. The tests show balance with different added weight combinations.
Because these bows are often shot without stabilizers, arriving at a comfortable weight and balance where the upper limb kick is reduced is important (not for everyone but for most). This is one of the criteria barebows are judged by.
Find some facts about the 25″ Spigarelli Barebow:
- Riser weight 3.2 pounds or 1450 grams
- Riser, long limbs, string, plunger, rest – 4 lbs 7 oz or 2 kg
- Integral Spigarelli riser weights – 7.4 oz or 210 grams
- Riser with all hardware and 2 Spigarelli riser weights – 5 lbs 6 oz or 2.43 kg