Looking for Youth CompoundContributors to this thread:
Native Okie 07-Aug-21
Native Okie 07-Aug-21
Lost Arra 09-Aug-21
Native Okie 09-Aug-21
I’m looking for a used RH youth compound to get an 8 yr old boy started shooting who has shown interest in going hunting. Feel free to PM me if you have anything available.
Man you might have a hard time finding one. Eventually we will upgrade our youth bows, but honestly the new bows are so good and adjust so much, my kids will be shooting them for years to come. My daughter got her bow when she was 7, turns 15 this fall and still shoots awesome and can still adjust up. She will likely have it another 5 years. My son got his bow at age 7 as well and is 11 and he will be shooting it for 5 more years easy.
Not that you wont find one, but for us it was an easy investment into a new fancy youth bow.
A desk: "Nicholas Tse," as long as you live for the day "." Obviously, the desk is a master of popular songs like the people. He must love Nicholas Tse, whether he liked the song or like him. Have their own favorite idols, of course, not a bad thing, the idol of the songs and names written on desks, every day, of course, be able to see the show, "Iron". Starchaser but it's too old-fashioned way, and no content, and their "culture desk" is not associated with, so I go under a desk. https://www.webreviewsite.com
Native Okie - Check your PM's...
From: Lost Arra
To get started under 10 yrs of age the Genesis bow should be considered.
HDE, PM sent!
Get a Mission Radik. YOu won't regret it and you won't look back. Adjustable from 17-28" draw and 15-50 lbs. That's crazy. My very petite 8 year old daughter can shoot it. and I think she'll be shooting it late into her teens, or even later.
2nd on the mission bow line….
Pick your brand. All these bows are similar. I will say I got my oldest daughter a Hoyt Ruckus at 8. She’s now twelve and had the bow maxed out (45#) since she was eleven. She’s still a small girl and not ready for the mass weight that a 14-16 year old girl could handle but her bow is out of poundage. The next kids bow I buy will go up to at least 60# and will likely be an elite ember. I know a lot of folks don’t love elite but I like that it has limb stops not string stops. String stops at low poundage create an extremely mushy back wall. You can’t go wrong with the diamond youth bows either.