NEW Bear® Archery Apprentice 2 RTH Packages
- Bear’s unique cam system
- 13 different draw length positions from 15"–27"
- Draw weights adjustable from 15–60 lbs.
- No bowpress required
- Arrow speeds up to 265 fps
- Axle-to-axle: 27.63"
- Brace Height: 6.13"
- Weight: 2.9 lbs.
Factory-installed package includes 3-pin sight, Whisker Biscuit® arrowrest, and 4-arrow quiver.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by dmpowell Great Bow I wanted a bow my son could shoot at age 9, and still be able to take a deer with when he was able to pull more weight. This year at age 11 he took his first deer with a bow. It is very easy to adjust both the weight and draw. Highly recommend. December 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jordan032299 great bow very accurate i have had this bow for a while im 13 years old this is my first bow nice for a begginer and it is great for the money it shoots great have already robin hooded two arrows the only thing i could complain about is the string it fraid pretty fast but thats pretty easy to fix so far this is a great bow ! November 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lilsiskin Perfect for the newbie I am a first time archer that just bought this bow last week for myself and I love it already. It is very light weight and easy to handle. I have shot it twice this week and I am already shooting a 2" grouping at 20 yards with a 38 lb pull. I am using all the equipment that the bow came with and I just bought a truglo stabilizer and sling. I would be very comfortable buying this same package for my 8 and 9 year old kids to shoot. October 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by DNAtaxidermy Great Bow I bought this bow for my 11yr old daughter last year for Christmas. This was her first bow and she practiced all year long for this deer season. She has already " Robin hooded" an arrow with it and is shooting a tight group at 20yds. We went out in our ground blind on opening day and she shot her first deer with her bow at 20yds. This is a great bow for anyone wanting to get there kids into hunting, I really like the fact that she can grow into the bow, because of the settings for the draw length and poundage variance. September 10, 2012
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Details:I am shhooting 45lbs at a 26 inch draw
A:This bow is totally capable of taking down a deer or turkey I've already taken a few of both at 55lbs.
A:Definitely my friend shot it at 37lbs and gets a deer every year
Details:My 12 year old son has shown an interest and I bought him a very low end bow to see if it would last. It has and I want to move him up.
He right handed and left eye dominant. I'm left handed right eye, go figure.
How difficult is it to change the configuration or does it come set up for a left handed shooter if left handed is ordered?
Details:We have tried moving everything the first thing i noticed was the bracket that mounts on the bow that the sights screw to was on upsidedown i fixed them moved the peep sight around and even changed to an automatic real tree peep sight but it still shoots in the ground no matter what. What kind of arrows should i be using wander if that could be the problem
A:I use warrior 400 100% carbon arrows. the whisker biscuit should be centered. then it's a matter of adjusting the front sight, which isn't easy given there is no gauge. it took me 3 weeks to zero in my sight. the thing to remember with the front sight is to follow the arrow. set a fixed point on the target so you're always aiming at the same spot. if you shoot high and to the right, move your sight up a little bit and right... where you are consistently shooting low. move your sight all the way down and then slowly raise it as you go... this is what I shot last night from 10m away.
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A:A detailed description of the process to sight in your compound bow is too long for this message format. Please contact Customer Service at 800-227-7776 or contact the Archery Department at one of our retail stores. You may resolve the issue with a trip to an archery range.
A:Its got a 2 piece quiver thats bolted to the riser. Its fairly small and should fit in a case
A:The quiver mounts in a slot on the frame of the sight with a release lever. I bought a simple hard case for mine ($40) and I take the quiver off and lay it separately in the case. I don't think the bow will fit with the quiver attached.
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