Desert Hunter

Desert HunterDesert Hunter




The Desert Hunter is the inheritor of the Bodnik Hunter its self the culmination of over a decade of tried and tested bows – the indispensable Grizzly and Kodiak which came together to be further developed into finding exactly the right combination of aesthetics, performance and elegance.

This comfortable and powerful performance is due to using proven design and materials technology to achieve a higher arrow speed. The riser is made of Merbau and a layers of ‘Savannah Camo’. The limbs consist of bamboo in the core, with a beautiful olive veneer and rounded off with a layer of Stable Core to form a technically stunning limb design.

With the Desert Hunter aesthetics and performance go hand in hand without compromise. Rarely has a one-piece hunting recurve been more beautiful than the Desert Hunter!

  • Bow Length: 60 inches.
  • Draw Weight: 20 – 55 lbs in 5 lbs increments.
  • Handle: Merbau and Savannah Camo.
  • Limbs: Bamboo with olive veneer.
  • Tips: Mycarta
  • Grip: Low pistol grip.
  • String: Whisper String – Brace height: 8 inches.
  • Available via our Dealership – click here for more information.
  • Warranty: Bearpaw grants a 30-year warranty on all Bodnik Bows for  fractures, cracks & delaminations. Exclusions apply e.g. signs of wear, damage due to gross negligence, intentional behavior, or twisted limbs after a period of use of 6 months. The guarantee is provided by replacement or repair of the bow. The statutory warranty rights remain unaffected by this guarantee and apply independently of it.

Additional information

Bow Hand


Bow Weight @ 28"

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  1. I received my Desert Hunter (35#) six weeks ago. I was very impressed by the visual appearance of the bow and as soon as I could I set it up to shoot. I was immediately impressed by the performance of the bow as I found it compared very favourably to my Mohawk and my Mohawk Hunter. I feel the addition of the stability core has given the Desert Hunter the advantage over the original model Bodik bows that I own. It was a very quick process to find the sweet spot which for me is 7.55″ . I have used string silencers but that is just a personal thing, I like a quiet now although with the Desert Hunter this is not neccessary. I have shot it a lot and used it recently at Muscovy Archers “Cornish Crown” where it performed admirably. I can highly recommend this bow, it’s good looks and sturdy build quality are perfectly matched to its outstanding performance.

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