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PSE Archery Razorback or Razorback Jr. Recurve Bow for Youth

   

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20 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
62"

Brace Height (in):
8"

Weight:
3 lbs.

Product Color:
White

25 lbs.

Left Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
62"

Brace Height (in):
8"

Weight:
3 lbs.

Product Color:
White

25 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
62"

Brace Height (in):
8"

Weight:
3 lbs.

Product Color:
White

30 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
62"

Brace Height (in):
8"

Weight:
3 lbs.

Product Color:
White

15 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
54"

Brace Height (in):
7"

Weight:
2 lbs.

Product Color:
White

20 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
54"

Brace Height (in):
7"

Weight:
2 lbs.

Product Color:
White

The PSE® Archery Razorback is a great way to introduce younger archers to the joys of a recurve bow. Available in two lengths with the Razorback coming in at 62", the Junior at 54", with draw weights to match.

  • Excellent introductory recurve bows for youth
  • Two lengths with draw weights to match
  • Razorback recommended brace height: 7-1/2" to 8"
  • Razorback Junior recommended brace height: 6-1/2" to 7"
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Starter and Recreational Bow I purchased the razorback jr. when for my daughter while she was in high school. It was her first bow and only had 20# rating. She adapted to it quickly and was very comfortable with it. It was the only bow they had for her in the store in a starter price range. Two years later we gave the bow to my young nephew for his starter bow and we bought my daughter the full size razorback. It is identical to the jr. just longer and it has higher pull rating options. We got her the 30# bow. It took her a trip or two to the range to adjust to the bigger bow but she quickly became more accurate and confident than she was with the jr. She participates in the archery club at college and she remarked the other students like her bow. The ability to disassemble the bow is great for dorm storage and traveling back and forth to school. She loves the bigger version (and my nephew loves the jr. too). Great buy. November 28, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by good fire starter and htat about it makes very good fire starter if you are in the wood bc my friend fred burnt it on me because he thought it did not work October 7, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Got a lemon This bow cracked a limb less than a week after I bought it. Probably hasn't shot 500 arrows. September 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Beginner Bow My girlfriend and I got this bow to get into archery, and so far it has been awesome! Not too expensive (mind you with delivery it came to $170), and great for a beginner or someone just getting into archery. Would definitely recommend it. The girl at Bass Pro was also very helpful getting us all set-up with arrows, wax, and a stringer. She taught us how to get it set-up and how to take it apart, as well as general maintenance of the bow. December 3, 2012
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Depends. Shooting of the shelf? Then arrows with feathers instead of vanes. Shooting from a rest? Then you can use both arrows with vanes and feathers. Length of the arrows should be your draw length + an inch. The spine will be determined by the draw weight and arrow length. Generally these type of youth bows will be fine with aluminum or carbon arrows that has 500 spine strength.
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Arrows for Recurve Bows need to be very strong, flexible, and well made to survive multiple shots. Try the Beman® Centershot Traditional Carbon Hunting Arrows item 2007636 or the Easton® Axis Traditional Carbon Hunting Arrows item 2007538. Thanks
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Could this bow hunt turkey?

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Just wondering, would the 30 draw be able to take down a turkey?
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if your going to strangle it with the string
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Yes! Just make sure that you use a broadhead arrow and shoot at full draw.
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Could this bow hunt?

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Is this bow good to hunt with? What kind of animals could i hunt? and would this be a good bow for a 13 year old?
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Most likely not. These bows do not comply with many of the states minimum draw weight standards. In MA and RI, that is 40lbs minimum. This would be an excellent bow for a 13 year old to build skills.
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Yes! I was 13 when I got it and it shoots great when hunting for turkey, deer, or any other small game.
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for a 30# recurve, a 500 shaft is generally recommended for most any length up to 32" (see Beaman Arrow Size Selection Chart on the back of most arrow boxes).
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Arrows that are spined to 30lbs should fly well, depending on the draw length of the shooter. Wooden arrows will be around 11/32 diameter for that spine weight, but aluminum and carbon can vary. Most traditional archers cut the shaft one inch past their draw length.
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just htrow the bow at them bc it aint worth buying
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Yes you can I bought two carbon express flu flu arrows and they worked just fine
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I would recommend 20#. My daughter had a 15# bow which she could pull easily but it did not have much distance without compensating for the shot. As she grew I got her a 30# bow (she is now 5'5" and weighs 140lbs). It took her a few trips to get used to the stronger pull but her accuracy improved since the bow was faster and more solid. Go with higher end of pull for age recommendation because he will grow into it and get stronger as he develops muscle memory with continued use.
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Use this chart to see typical draw weights:

Small child 50-70 lbs should use a 10-15 lbs draw weight.
Child 70-100 lbs should use a 15-25 lbs draw weight.
Most women and boys from 100 - 130 lbs should use a 30-40 lbs draw weight.
Women above average strength and youth boys 130 - 150 lbs should use a 40-50 lbs draw weight.

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Unless you buy some special package deal (which I have not seen before), the bow does NOT come with arrows. The arrows and accessories will be separate and extra cost.
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Nope. Arrows sold separately!
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54" - recommended height for persons using this bow is 5'0"
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We offer the Neet® Bow Stringers for recurve bow item number 38-881-665-00, which adjust to any bow length. In addition, you might refer to PSE by calling 520-884-9065. Thanks
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There is Draw Length, Draw Weight and Brace Height but not draw height.
Draw Length is the distance from the nock point to the throat of the grip plus 1 3/4".
Draw Weight is the peak amount of weight an archer will pull while drawing the bow.
Brace height is the distance between the string (at the nockpoint) and the inside of the bow's grip when a bow is not drawn.

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