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Deaux-nut
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Madisonville
Member since Oct 2004
64 posts

Youth bow


My 9 year old wants a "real bow and arrow" for Christmas. Can anybody recommend a good youth bow. Would like for him to be able to actually kill with it when ready. Thanks






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lazcreek
LSU Fan
Galvez
Member since Feb 2004
922 posts

re: Youth bow


Bear apprentice 2
Draw length can be changed with an Allen wrench. No bow press needed. My son is 13 still shooting it.






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Deaux-nut
LSU Fan
Madisonville
Member since Oct 2004
64 posts

re: Youth bow


Thanks, I'll check it out.





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Langston
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Cenla
Member since Nov 2010
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re: Youth bow


Someone asked and got a few recommendations yesterday. Might help some.

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Skywalker
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Red Stick
Member since Jul 2010
680 posts

re: Youth bow


I looked at several bows for my daughter, and the best fit for her was the Mathews Craze.
Bowie Outfitters had three different packages to pick from...and the bow staff walked her/me through the whole process of setting it up.

Specifications:
IBO Rate Up to 306 fps
Physical Weight 3.6 lbs.
Axle to Axle 28"
Brace Height 7.5"
Let-off 80%
Riser Extruded
Draw Weight 15 - 70 lbs
Finish (Riser/Limbs) Lost Camo AT




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Deaux-nut
LSU Fan
Madisonville
Member since Oct 2004
64 posts

re: Youth bow


Thanks. Should have searched first





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Langston
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Cenla
Member since Nov 2010
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re: Youth bow


Im not the best at searching and dont feel like sifting through pages, just thought it might help.





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Pepperidge
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Slidell
Member since Apr 2011
1693 posts

re: Youth bow


I'm on a waiting list for a a bowtech infinite edge for my 12 y.o.

only bow he will ever need...


Specifications
• 31-inch ATA
• 7-inch Brace Height
• 3.1 lb Mass Weight
5-70 lbs Draw Weight
• 310 fps IBO/ATA Speed
Infinite Draw Length Setting: 13-30
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