Super Youth Bow

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  • May 17, 2013 at 2:17 pm #578243 Back to Top REPORT
    jdelille
    jdelille

    Joined: 2/24/2011
    My son is turning 3.  I really want to get a genesis in the future.  I think that’s still too big and bulky for him.  What should I get him that isn’t a toy, but he can shoot and learn and have fun comfortably.  He loves watching me shoot, and keeps asking for a bow.  I’ve promised him, but don’t know what to buy.  Thanks.
    August 26, 2013 at 1:45 pm #592068 Back to Top REPORT
    gus
    Gus

    Joined: 8/16/2005
    I picked up a diamond atomic for my son. It was the most adjustable bow I could find that was small enough for him at the time. (he is small for his age) The mini genesis was a consideration but I liked that I could set the draw length to help him learn his anchor point easier. It has been a great bow and is easy to adjust yourself with just an allen wrench set. (draw weight and length) I took the sight and quiver off and have him just shooting bare. That also lightens up the bow a bit more for smaller kids. Overall, a good purchase for us. He’s turning 7 this week, and loves popping balloons with it!
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