"Super Shrew II"


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new super shrew II

new super shrew II

new super shrew II

Introducing Ron LaClair's Super Shrew II

Ron LaClair designed one of the most respected bows of all time when he developed the Shrew bow many years ago. Ever since, Ron has been refining the design of his Shrew bows making them better and better. They have often been copied by other bowyers, but no one has been able to top Ron's vision of what a hunting bow should be. Smooth, a natural pointer, and blazing fast.

Ron has now partnered with Henry Bodnik, of Bodnik bows. It is a perfect partnership. Ron with his genius designs and Bodnik Bows with their extremely talented master bowyers have now taken the latest design enhancement from the Classic Hunter II and applied it to the 58" and 60" Super Shrew bows resulting in a new bow amongst bows - The Super Shrew II.

This new limb packs all the performance you can possibly build into a limb and still have it classified as a "Longbow". These amazing benefits are; a smoother draw out to extreme draw lengths, increased speed and power performance - plus a whisper quiet shot. We believe the new Shrews are the best bowhuunting bows every created - and we think you will agree.

Because of the volumn of stock bows that Bodnik bows will be producing, Tim Cosgrove of Kustom King will be assiting Ron with the shipping and sales of the Shrew bows

To show our confidence in this new line of Shrew bows, we offer a 30-year warranty that is transferrable, even if the bow is sold by the original owner.

To see our in-stock bow list - CLICK HERE

Henry Bodnik of Bodnik Bows talks with Ron LaClair about the new Shrew Bow designs



The original Shrew was a bold innovation because at that time unlike now, no one was making a  longbow that short. The impression was that  short bows stacked and were unstable. It didn't take long for the little Shrew with it's forward design handle and deflex reflex limbs to knock that theory into a cocked hat. 

The original Shrew kind of fell by the wayside when it's longer cousin, the "Super Shrew" came out in 1995. The Super Shrew with lengths of  56" to 60" has been  highly sought after as the perfect hunting bow. In fact the demand has been so great that we have not been able to get our delivery time under one year. Even at that people are willing to wait for a Super Shrew. 

The Super Shrew with it's 16" riser dictates that we keep our bow  length  between 56" to 60".  What we have done with the "Shrew Classic II"  is shorten the riser to 12" and redesign the limb to make a shorter 54" or 56" longbow.  People who like short bows for hunting liked this shorter version of the Shrew bow.

NOW, WE'VE DONE IT AGAIN. The new improved Shrew Classic Hunter II is smoother and faster than the old Classic Hunter.

The Classic II has a more aggressive limb design but more importantly the limbs were designed on a CAD program to optimize performance while maintaining what is basically an unlimited butter smooth draw. The Classic II is built on a completely new form. This form was designed in the CAD program as well to ensure accuracy and perfectly balanced limbs, then cut out on a CNC machine. This makes sure that the form we use is perfect in every way. There are no flat spots in these limbs! They're perfect!

Like its namesake, the new Shrew Classic Hunter II is pound for pound the most efficient little killing machine around!

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Ron - We really put the new Shrew Classic (52LB. @ 28") to the test at last weeks Traditional Archery night.

We had 7 guys shoot the bow and they all not only loved it , but they couldn't believe how well they could shoot it. Their draw lengths ranged between 26" to an honest 29.5".

Some of the comments were "it draws so smooth" , "it's so comfortable in my hand", "wow is this quiet" "I can shoot this better than my bow" and the first comment from everyone that picked it up " holy cow is this light!".

We shot for over 3hrs. and I think I only got to shoot 10 arrows with it, somebody always wanted to try it again.

Randy (Gus) Gustafson
Northwoods Wilderness Supply
Iron Mountain Michigan