Barnett Vortex Lite Compound Bow Package for Youth

   

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Hand
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18-29 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
27-1/2"

Draw Length:
22"-25"

Product Color:
Black

Arrow Speed (fps):
135

A versatile, smooth, and affordable bow for young archery enthusiasts—great for backyard target practice. Draw weight is adjustable from 19–29 lbs., and draw length from 23"–25". Cam modules allow quick changes with no bowpress.

Package includes 3-pin sight, capture-style arrow rest, two-piece 3-arrow quiver, and three arrows. Packaging serves as a case.

  • Versatilebow for young archers
  • Great for backyard target practice
  • Draw weight adjusts from 19–29 lbs.
  • Draw length from 23"–25"
  • Cam modules allow quick changes with no bowpress
  • 3-pin sight
  • Capture-style arrow rest
  • Two-piece 3-arrow quiver
  • 3 arrows
  • Packaging serves as a case
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great starter Bow for a child! This is a Very good bow For a Starter bow for a Child.... I wasn't to fond of the Barnett Line of bow's Because of the adult bow's not being the best of quality but this Starter Bow is a Great children's bow.. I was going to get my son the BowTech child's starter bow but i tried this bow and i have to say it is a great bow only downfall was the arrow's it came with they are cheap and break easy.. and also i had to take the Cam off of it and re-adjust it because it wasn't put on the bow the right way and was tilted alot.. but all in all is a great bow... surprised me with the speed this little bow has and it has some power it does stick inside my 3-D target without any problem... November 22, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by junk this bow is a waste of money !! i bought this one for my daughter for christmas , she has only shot if 50 - 60 times , we were shooting and the upper limb broke off and slapped her in the face giving her a black eye. to me this is a poorely built bow. DONT BUY IT !! it could have easily put out her eye !!!! May 24, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by It's Okay! I bought this for my 10 year old son for Christmas. It seemed great until we went to to his first 4- H Archery shoot. Epic Fail. It was way too small for him and some of the stabilizers were glued on wrong. They wouldn't even let him shoot the arrows that came with it because they were made so poorly. I was told to return it and get something bigger and of higher quality. This is a great toy for backyard shooting but that is about it. It's size is good for 5-8 year olds. January 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by I like it so far. It works. This bow was purchased as a Christmas gift for my 8Year Old Grandson. I added a Peep sight, tru-nock and purchased a small release. It really could use a small wisker biscuit to contain the arrow because the tip weight is quite light.. Three additional arrows were purchased as the originals didn't hold up well to the trial and setup shots. I lost one and the tips came off of the others, when I pulled them from the Block Target. I have no complaint about the arrows they are fine for set-up and sighting in. Weight of pull is easy to adjust and I haven't yet tried to change a cam for His pull length. That will be done after I give it at Christmas. November 29, 2012
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WAY too small for a 12 year old. We did get one at the Bass Pro Shop in Denver but they sold out quickly.
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I am getting this bow for my 8 year old. Depending on the size of the child, the draw length adjustability is a factor. The Barnett Vortex Jr. may be a better choice. I just purchased (Barnett Vortex Jr.) for my ten year old and he is tall for his age age. This time of year online is probably the your best chance of getting one.
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Yes. Peep sights, kisser buttons and release loops can be added like any other bow. If I recall correctly, It does not come with the loop. I added one in addition to a peep sight, improved arrow rest and separate quiver.
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I added a peep sight to my Grandsons.
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It would be powerful enough but modification would be needed.
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it is a small bow
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It is to light weight for a 17 year old in my opinion.
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Blunt silver tips. BUT, did penetrate 1/4inch slated wood fence on 18lb setting at about 50 feet.
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