Genesis Compound Bow Package - Camo

   

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Fits virtually anyone. "Zero let-off" Genesis Technology™ effectively eliminates unnecessary let-off on light draw weights—thus no need for a specific draw length. Aluminum Genesis Cam™ with idler for accurate shooting with little recoil and easy tuning; machined-aluminum riser; composite limbs; arrowrest. Package includes an armguard, 2 archery target faces, and belt-style tube quiver. Sight not included. Brace height: 7-1/2". Axle-to-axle length: 36". Draw length: 15"-30". Draw weight: 10-20 lbs. Weight: 2 lbs. 14 oz.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by awsome this is a great starter set. i would recommend getting a 3d target because soon enough its just a big hole where the target should be. its also good because these are the bows used in school archery competitions. January 30, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not a great buy The line on this bow dislodged after 3 days and barely any use. Not a great buy. January 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Beginner Bow This is a great beginner bow. It has lived up to its expectations and is giving my beginner some time to build up their strength before moving on to a more advanced bow. One thing this did not come with was finger guards. I would suggest picking one up for a beginner untill the get use to the string. July 15, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very Good Starter Bow I purchased the Genesis Compound Bow Kit for my 12 year old son. This bow is a very good starter bow. It is well made and easy to adjust to his strength. However, the arrows that come with the kit are way too long. May 11, 2010
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Yes, this bow does include 5 Aluminum arrows. Thank you!
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no she doesn't need one. its better to look down the arrow
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There is an adjustable sight included
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yes i would start my child out with the cobra stealth bow sights not to expensive but a great starter i started my little brother out on these and it was easier for me to point out what adjustments he needed make on his own with out me doing it
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This was bought as a birthday gift for my son. We would like to get additional arrows. What type and brand should be purchased? I did not see a description in the package and I couldn’t find a link for accessories here. Thank you for your response.

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easton .30 inch 1820 aluminum arrows. 7075 alloy.
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carbon express flu flu arrows and g5 small game fixed blade broad-head arrow heads oh and you're welcome
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we have these bows for our youth program at our archery club. We use Beman ICS junior arrows and they work just fine and are tough here is the link.
http://www.basspro.com/Beman®-ICS-Hunter-Junior™-Arrows/product/80060/-1263520
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really i am going to start my son out at 7 yrs of age knowing the fundamentals already by rifle hunting first where to shot and plus that about when his muscle will be able to pull one back
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This bow is for kids that can pull back 10-20 pounds.
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I don't believe there is a age limit. this is for kids that can pull back 10-20 pounds. If a kid is smaller, they also have a mini genesis that would fit them better.
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Need deatails and directions on how to rebow this product.
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I don't know what you mean by "rebow". I assume that it came appart or the string rolled off the cam. Either way, take it to a local archery shop or bass pro's archery department and they should be able to fix it.
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Yes you can buy any of the Genesis line of bows in left hand or right hand.
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Look at 38-883-536-02 .
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