Decisions, decisions: Stock Bow vs. Custom Bow

Befuddled over whether to go with a ready-to-ship Stock Bow, or design a Custom Build? [...]

Damage Control for your Bob Lee Bow – Read FIRST

Before you assemble, string or shoot your bow it is important that you read this!

Rob Lee’s Method for Finding your True Draw Length

Rob shares his preferred method for measuring your true draw length (that number may not [...]

How to Tie a “Walking” Nock Point

JJ demonstrates how to tie a "walking" nock using BCY Poly Grip center serving.

Top 10 Reasons to Choose a Bob Lee Bow

So, what is it about a Bob Lee bow that makes it special? Is it [...]

Bolt-Up or Slide-In? Selecting an Attachment System

As you browse our bows, you’ll see two options for your limb attachment: the Bob [...]

Weight Reduction and Cosmetic Restoration

Sound like a teaser for a gym membership, or perhaps a plastic surgery venue? Actually, [...]

Arrows: The [Critical] Difference between GPI and GPP

JJ explains the critical difference between GPP and GPI when selecting the proper arrow for [...]

Get a Glimpse inside Bob Lee Bows

Take a peek inside the lobby and production area of the Bob Lee Archery woodworking [...]

How to Prevent Damage to your Bob Lee Bow

Educate yourself on the most common mistakes people make when assembling, shooting or storing a [...]

How to Assemble a Bob Lee Stabi‑Lock™ Bow

Watch as JJ discusses the Stabi-Lock™ components and demonstrates the most efficient way to slide [...]

How to String and SEAT your Bob Lee Stabi-Lock™ Bow

JJ demonstrates the SAFE way to string your Stabi-Lock™ bow, as well as the importance [...]

How to Assemble Your BOLT-UP Bob Lee Bow

Learn how to safely assemble and disassemble a Bob Lee 3-piece (takedown) traditional recurve or [...]

How to String (and Unstring) Your BOLT-UP Bob Lee Bow

Watch JJ as he demonstrates the best way (and the ONLY safe way) to string [...]

Adjusting Brace Height on your Recurve or Longbow

Set the correct brace height for your Bob Lee recurve or longbow, and learn why [...]

Brace Height (Fistmele) Settings for Your Bob Lee

Fistmele, or brace height, is critical to the performance of your Bob Lee bow, and [...]

How to Set the Nock Point on your Bow String

JJ of Bob Lee Bows explains how to find the correct placement for your arrow [...]

How to Install a Quiver on your Bob Lee Bow

JJ of Bob Lee Bows takes you through the steps of adding a Great Northern [...]

Recommended String Silencers

JJ of Bob Lee Bows discusses the best methods for introducing string silencers to maximize [...]

How to Safely Transport and Store Your Bow

JJ of Bob Lee Bows discusses how to safeguard your bow from heat and moisture [...]

Bob Lee Shooting with Son Rob

Bob Lee launches his first arrow since shoulder surgery, taking the maiden shot from a [...]

Swedish Bowhunter Championships 2017

Shared by Christer Andersson with his newly acquired Bob Lee P3 - 2017

Bob Lee/Wing Archery Radio Interview

LISTEN IN on an radio interview recorded on May 14th, 1975 when Bob Lee of [...]

Learning the (Bow) Language

There is unique archery terminology that is commonplace among bowyers and seasoned archers. But if [...]

The Bob Lee Bow is Born

Bob Lee’s first bows were crafted in his Houston, Texas, home garage in 1951.

How to Accurately Measure Draw Length

When shopping for a traditional bow, the first factor to determine is your draw length.

Pairing the Best Arrow with a Bob Lee

All types of arrows (wood, aluminum, carbon) can be shot from your Bob Lee bow, [...]

Switching to Traditional?

A significant number of inquiries about our bows come from compound archers who have had [...]

The String is Everything

The string on your traditional bow is as important as the shafts or the bow [...]

The “Whethers” of Choosing a Feather

Just like choosing the right arrow, feather selection is something most shooters overlook.

Understanding Tiller

Every shooter draws the bow at a more severe angle on the bottom than on [...]