For the bowyers and archery researchers, detailed measurements of an antique composite bow from Sindh province, present-day Pakistan. It probably dates from the late 18th to early 19th century. Such bows are also known as chahār-kham or "four curve" bow.

Sindh bow measurements Click to open. The 8.2 mb image may take some time to download.

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