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 [...]

How to Adjust the Brace Height on your Recurve or Longbow

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

Recommended Brace Height (Fistmele) Settings

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 [...]