Unique cam system with 13 different draw length positions from 15"–27"
Draw weights adjustable from 20–50 lbs
Arrow speeds up to 265 fps
70% let-off dual cam
Package includes 3-pin sight, 4-arrow quiver, and Whisker Biscuit® arrow rest
Outstanding performance and adjustability make this a great development tool, due to Bear’s unique cam system with 13 different draw length positions from 15"–27" and draw weights adjustable from 20–50 lbs. No bowpress required; produces arrow speeds up to 265 fps. 70% let-off dual cam. Axle-to-axle: 27-1/2''. Brace height: 6". Weight: 2.9 lbs. Color: Pink Camo. Right hand only.
Rated 5 out of 5 by m1tracker Supprised
This bow supprised me, purchased for daughter. It is smooth, accurate, easy to shoot. Great bow for starter or modest shooter/hunter. With the adjustments for draw length and poundage she should not out grow for along time.
October 24, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by guesswho4 good starter bow
I bought this for my 9 year old daughter as her first bow. It is a very good bow for the price. It is a little to hard for her strength, but she has a long draw length for her age, which increasess the bow weight. That would be the only complaint I have on the bow , is that as the draw lenght increases it olso increases the weight causing a slight issue for young archers with a tall small frame.
July 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by mrsbighands3d Cool bow
I have never shoot a bow before and never wanted to but my husband has found a new hobby. So the whole family got a bow! I shoot mine for the first time and could stack the arrows. I set the pound low to start and shoot for two hours. I really have enjoyed myself the bow is great.
December 21, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by dlcollier Great Bow
When my fiance and I went to the archery shop to have his bow worked on, the last thing on my mind was a bow of my own. I saw this bow and was instantly smiling, I had never seen a PINK CAMO bow. The salesman saw me looking at it and said that was what I needed. I smiled and said naaa. It took him all of two minutes to get me to try it and I LOVED it!! It is so light and easy to handle. It fires smooth and it is SPOT on. I don't hunt but I love to shoot. After getting this bow, that may change.lol My fiance bought it for me for a wedding present and I have never had a better gift. It may be little but I have NO DOUBT it'll get the job done. Perfect first bow for the woman hunters out there.
September 28, 2010
Absolutely. The adjustability from 20 to 60 lbs allows her to start low and comfortable and build up to a weight she could reasonably use for serious target shooting or hunting. I'd recommend a string stop to reduce risk of wrist slap and to quiet the string, though it is not really loud to begin with. Also, the pink camo doesn't hurt.
If you are shooting at the lower weight ranges, you will want to go with a lighter weight arrow, perhaps 7.5 grains per inch. I recommend the carbon arrows. There are a lot of good brands to choose from. I like Beman. If you are not a serious target shooter, go with the less expensive ones with a tolerance of +-.006 They perform really well. For tips, it again depends on the weight you are pulling. With less weight, go with perhaps a 75 grain tip. If you are shooting above 50lbs, you may want the 100 grain tips.
Yes, you can hunt deer at 40 lbs in most states. Check your local regulations to be sure. Since it is in the low end of what is acceptable, you will want to stay away from the massive broadheads and go with something that will provide more penetration/smaller cutting diameter. Shot placement will be very important as will range. I would not recommend shooting beyond 25 or so yards at 40 lbs. If you can build up a little more strength, even just 5 lbs can really help. No doubt though you can kill a deer at 40 lbs.
Unless she is unusually tall, this bow should work just fine and have plenty of power to do anything including hunting. She can start out at a lower draw weight and built up to the full 60 lbs. If she is taller than 5' 8" she could probably use a bow with more available draw length. With some fairly decent accessories, this should be a very accurate bow and should last a good long time.