Fun youth bow to teach young kids the fundamentals
A few weeks ago, I bought this bow for my son (8) and daughter (10) to teach them the basics of archery instead of using a more advanced bow. It has foam rollers for them to use, not the release of a composite bow that you might use for hunting. So far, it has held up well, and they are shooting about 10 Rue 15 yards to learn consistency and shooting form. I do think they will soon use a heavier draw (I believe this goes from 6mur13 pounds) to a bow, but for $30 and to measure their interest in the sport, I think it will be great. It must have satisfied our purpose of buying it. Of course, young children can also use this bow, because my two people may be on the older side, but this is the first time they have learned to shoot with a lot of bows at home. One drawback is that it has only two arrows. We walked a lot back and forth, only for two arrows, so I bought three more, and the effect was very good. Do it again. If someone is looking for advice, I might buy it together. Please note that there is no sight or ability to put the sight on this bow, but again, this bow seems to be more introductory, allowing children to learn how to pull back and shoot arrows rather than becoming an Archer. However, if you want your child to learn archery at a very young age, you won't find much negative impact if you spend $30.