I bought this on the forums from @longcruise , he made it himself. It has been his personal bow for quite a while. Here is the link. Said it's made of red elm. https://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/wts-longbow-sold.249722/ Here are some pics of my first shots with it as I received it today. It is 66 inches long. This is the first volley, I watched carefully which arrows flew poorly and set them aside. My arrows are spined for my recurve which draws about 62 lb. But I also have a bunch of arrows that I just found and are randomly spined. This bow is about 44-45 lbs. These arrows flew pretty well. It's probably my third or fourth volley. It started raining so I didn't get to shoot much more but I was pretty happy with a 5-inch group the first day I ever pulled out a bow with non-matched spines. This as at about 20 yards. For my draw length (29") it is pretty smooth. The grip fit my hand very well and required no adjustment of technique. Longcruise makes a pretty fine bow.