Bear® Archery Goblin Youth Bow Package

   

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Draw Weight
Hand
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15-18 lbs.

Right Hand/Left Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
44"

Brace Height (in):
6"

Draw Length:
22"-24"

Product Color:
Green
  • Kit includes Goblin recurve bow with durable composite limbs and arrow rest; left- or right-hand capable
  • Two Safetyglass arrows
  • Armguard
  • Quiver
  • Finger tab
  • Sight pin
Give your young archer a great bow to safely learn how to shoot. The Bear® Archery Goblin Youth Bow Set gives you the Goblin youth recurve bow, two Safetyglass arrows, armguard, quiver, finger tab, and a sight pin. Made with durable composite limbs, this 44'' bow works for right- or left-handed shooters. Bow features a 22-24'' draw length and 15-18 lb. draw weight. Recommended for youths ages 5-10.     

Manufacturer model #: AYS6100.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good First Bow Good bow for the price for a young archer learning the basic mechanics of shooting a bow. The only issue I've had are that the plastic fletching on the arrows that came with the set are easily damaged. October 17, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by not pleased Arrow rest keeps coming off, and only meant for left hand set up. Disappointed. October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bow for 6-9 yr old I bought this bow for my daughters 6 and 9 years old. The size and 15# pull is perfect. (25# is too much yet) Great sight, decent rest, nice small grip, very basic vinyl arm guard, finger tab and quiver. I bought a better arm guard. I bought extra arrows and foam targets locally. (26" arrows I believe) Great fun, It took 30-40 min of patience for them to start stickin arrows in, but then they were off and running. Started at about 5 yards then 10. Youtube videos about the basics helped alot, stance , posture, anchor point, release etc. Even the wife and I shoot it. :) (Now I have a PSE for myself, LOL) Next are lessons at the Olympic training center down the street. :) Good Luck. August 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great this bow i bought for a starter. it's grip is great for a small child but on the small side.my hand is big for my age so i should of read the reviews and got the larger, and more expensive one. the draw weight is high and hard for my younger sister to draw back. the first time i shot this a nock broke in half and one completely came off. but any feed store should have fiber glass arrows. June 16, 2013
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are they blunt arrow heads, suction cups, or sharp arrow heads
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Metal field hears not real sharp.
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They are blunt arrows without a Sharp tip. Safe enough for kids to handle but still wouldn't let them run loose and unsupervised with them. When shot they can cause damage.
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The arow heads are blunt, like a pratice
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