I've been shooting my Kurve almost exclusively for the past 6-7 months. I've probably put several thousand arrows through it and I am still very impressed. I received it used from another tradganger in trade and I'm happy.
There is really only one minor negative with the Kurve. After about 28-29 inches of draw, finger pinch becomes an issue. It's only minor, but I would order a longer version if you are considering a Kurve and have a relatively long draw length.
As for the positive, the bow is the quietest recurve I have shot. I have a FF string, silencers and a little bow hush. All I get is a pleasant, deep thud that is quiet even when shooting in my basement. It's a smooth bow and really casts arrows out there with authority. It shoots harder than many heavier bows that I have shot and seems to like arrows around 9.5 gpp or so. It is extremely light weight and very pleasing to look at. The curves are natural and flow nicely. Once tuned, it is consistent and stable, even out at longer distances. The grip is designed for consistency and is fairly low. It's nice not to have to think about where I'm placing my hand, it's very natural.
All in all, I would say this is one of the best deer and small game bows out there at the weight I am drawing. It's smoothness and stability combined with light weight and short length allow for just about any shot anywhere. It's much more accurate and capable than I am! Bob has done a great service to the archery community and I highly recommend this bow.
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