Package includes 1-pin sight, armguard, finger tab, two Safetyglass™ arrows, and two-piece quiver
Featuring durable compound limbs and riser, the Bear® Archery Brave III Compound Bow for Youth features a 26'' axle-to-axle, a 6'' brace height, 65% let-off, 18''-20'' draw length, and 15-20 lb. draw weight. This bow comes equipped with the Whisker Bisquit®, the world's safest, quietest arrow rest. Bow color: Pink/Gray. Right-hand only.
Package includes a 1-pin sight, an armguard, a finger tab, two Safetyglass™ arrows, and a two-piece quiver.
Rated 5 out of 5 by martinis04 The kids love it!
My girls are 7&5. They love this product. It is a little hard for them to pull the arrow back on the bow, but they are also very small for their age. With help from their dad or me, they do pretty well. The ask to go to the archery range every weekend, even when it is freezing and raining out.
January 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by CharleyBob A Solid Value
I bought this for my 10 year old daughter. It has the right amount of power for her to develop archery skills. She fires at a target from 20 to 30 feet away. I had to back off the tension so she could pull the drawstring back but it still has enough oomph to reach the target.
I would like Bear to provide more arrows (only 2 included) or at least offer more as a separate package to match the set as we couldn't find any on line or instores.
December 30, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sqrlhntr Looks better than it works
I bought this bow because the size and advertised draw weight were perfect for my daughter. Unfortunately the actual draw weight was a measured 35 lbs which is much higher than the max advertised draw weight. I shot it twice to show my daughter how it was "supposed" to work and lost the tip of the arrow in a straw bale. I returned everything.
December 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by sweetpea1010 good starter
I got this bow for myself as a starter. I am 25 but very petite for my age. This bow is easy to use. The only problem I have had with it is the string is lose which throws the accuracy off a bit and the sight isnt all that accurate.
November 11, 2012
If you are 16 I would recommend the warrior 3 Model. The reason I say this is because it will last longer and perform better for you then the Brave 3. The draw weight is a little more by 4 lbs but you will not be looking to get a new one in a year. Plus the Warrior 3 is recommended for 11yrs old and up.
I called Bear and they told me any 26 inch arrows and you can buy extra tips and crazy glue them on if the original tips come off, which they do pretty easily. Bear actually sent me some tips for free.
No this is not a good starter bow! Hope this helps! We bought this for our 8 year old this past weekend! We have already returned the bow to the store. Our daughter had to stand only 10 yards away from target and the arrows bounced off the target!! She had no problem pulling it back when it was fully cranked and she lacks in the upper body strength. Although it looks great and cute it isn't worth the money.