The Mongolians, throughout history, crafted composite bows for their troops. Made from wood, sinew and horn, it was glued together using a substance extracted from the bladders of fish. Due to the drying needs of the glue, a single bow could take up to a year to be properly constructed. The primary difference which makes the Mongolian bow unique, is the fact that the string rests on the limbs once released.
There suppose to be 32 bottle type targets Which are made by Camel skin set on the ground to shoot. After lined up those targets there suppose to be a line 2.5m on the ground, if arrows go above of it and shoot the targets that considered it work.