Choosing the right survival weapon can be a difficult choice. Do I take the 25lb M60 with 5lbs of ammo, or the much quieter and easier to pack, 2 lb survival takedown bow? I know some of you will still end up carrying the heavy weaponry but for this short review we will be comparing two of the most popular survival takedown bows.

The SAS Tactical Survival Bow vs the Primal Gear Compact Folding Survival Bow.

These are both excellent bows but there are some key differences. In this short video, Craig reviews both of these products and offers an awesome giveaway!

Check out his video and go here for the full review and giveaway rules.

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58 Responses

  1. James Donaghy

    I would first use this fine weapon for hunting and for my survival gear certainly but more importantly to teach my grand children, 15 and counting, to safely handle a bow for their survival as well.

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    • Bryan Ratliff

      I don’t have the money for a lot of guns and ammo to survive. However, I did grow up shooting a long bow. This would definitely help. Please include me in the give away. Thank you for your insights and the opportunity. Have a pleasant evening.

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  2. Edward Jackson

    That was a very interesting review on bows that can easily be added to your survival gear. I like the way you can store your arrows inside the bow. Please count me in this giveaway and Thank You for the chance to win it Craig Caudill!

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  3. victor houston

    Please enter me into the contest, this could be a great addition to my gear.

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  4. Robert Moncrief

    Thank you for an interesting review of both bows. I agree it seems that the SAS is the better pick so please enter me in your giveaway. Thank you.

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  5. Michael Brown

    Awesome , please enter me to win this great bow. THANKS for the chance , this bow would be awesome for any pack !!!

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  6. Chief Tom W. Clark

    Please enter me into the give away for the survival bow give away contest. Looks incredible!!! Thanks, Chief Tom W. Clark

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  7. Jean Carson

    Thank you for a good analysis of the two bows. It would have been better to be certain of the composition of items on the bow you didn’t like as well, rather than kind of guessing that parts might rust. Still, the other points nailed which one was the superior bow. I’d like to toss my hat in the ring to get the bow you’re giving away. Thanks again. JC

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  8. Elizabeth Stallings

    Please enter me in the contest for the bow. Thanks for giving everyone this opportunity.

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    • David McGregor

      PLease enter me to win this bow I have resubmitted because my post seems to be stuck awaiting moderation for a couple of days

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  9. george hughes

    please enter me. 15 grandkids, super! I have 7 all boys and they love to shoot.

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  10. David Patton

    Please enter me in the bow giveaway. Thanks. Would love to have this bow for my bugout bag.

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  11. John Hussain

    Excellent review, and I’m really loving the S.A.S. bow. It’s simple yet goes beyond expectations.

    Please enter me into your contest.

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  12. James Kofalt

    Very cool. Would absolutely love to have one of these for my EDC bag. Would be nice to have something that I could leave in the car with no concerns about security or legality. Please enter my name in the drawing!

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  13. Jon Hansen

    This would be a great addition to my bob! Please enter me in the drawing, thank you!

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  14. Terry Koski

    Enjoyed your review. Please enter my name for the giveaway of the SAS Takedown Bow.

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  15. Mike Burk

    Great product review, very concise and to the point. I would love to have the SAS in my kit. Please enter me in the give away.

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  16. John Barker

    Please enter me in the bow giveaway. Thanks. Would love to have this bow for my bugout bag.

    The video was very good but at full volume on my Mac I had trouble hearing you. Thanks.

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  17. Johnny Willis

    I’m already a subscriber to the channel. However, I would use the bow for getting back into archery and hunting. This is a really nice product.

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  18. Dwight

    It sure would be nice if the volume with this video was increased so it could be heard clearly. I have both volume controls to the max and can barely hear it.

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  19. Bob Norton

    Great review, always looking for quality additions to my survival pack to keep me and mine, protected, fed and sheltered. I think this is an exceptional product that will definitely make my list of must haves.

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  20. George Nagle

    Please sign me up.

    Nice review but you may want to review the audio. On my computer it is almost too low to hear I had to turn CC on even in my quit room with all volume’s turned up.

    With the arrows stored in the SAS bow do they rattle?

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  21. Richard Wallace

    Very cool and compact bow. I would like to use it to teach my grandchildren the fine art of archery, survival, and the stewardship of nature.

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