2003Bc is the model number. The Youth Archery Target comes in an Xl 20” model and is intended for use with bows of less than 40 pounds. Patented open layer design stops arrows with no force allowing for easy Arrow removal. Great visibility is offered by high contrast white-on-black aiming points. And long distances. The Block Genz is portable and easy to transport. Light weight makes it easy to carry.
👤This target will wear out quickly. It's good enough if it's only used for occasional shooting with a low power bow. If you shoot a lot, especially with a bow over 40#, you will start passing through after a few hundred arrows. The fix for this has worked great for me, and I just need to buy 2 of them and tape them together. You will have four sides to shoot. For a total of 4k, I can get 1,000 arrows with a 45# bow on each side. I use a can of foam sealant to fill the center again. Wrap duct tape around the holes and let it sit overnight to fully expand, then trim off the excess that comes out of the holes. Using this process, I've been able to get close to 30k arrows out of my 2 targets and can probably double that.
👤The key to success for our 5 year old grandson is the target. His bow is not very powerful. When he tried to shoot at mom and dad, his arrows would bounce off or not stick in as he became discouraged. The target is constructed for bows that are powered by a motor. They are easy to remove. There is a He got two arrows into the target that was 14 feet away.
👤This has worked well. My kids and I have shot at it many times, and they have hit it a few hundred. I've used my 45# bear bow to hit the target and only one time has the arrow gone through to poke out the back, but I have never had any arrows leave the target. I can't complain about how well it works.
👤The target is poorly designed and the seam must have been weak because the foam exploded everywhere. It was disappointing after reading all the great reviews. If you invest in a rhinehart, it will be worth your money. I only shot this target for a week, and I was shooting a recurve.
👤It's as advertised. The arrows are 30-40 lbs. I only used a field top. At 60 feet, they sunk 3-6 inches. At 30 feet 6-7 inches. No issues, I think at 80-100. I think I would use field tips. It's made of plastic. A 40lb bow with a broad head at 30-60 feet would quickly use it. I've shot it a number of times and feel like I may get a few good months from it. But, with other than field tips. I am sure that the arrow would pass through if I tried it, a box above it's limit says 40lb. It's a good value if it stays at a reasonable price.
👤Will purchase more because of the size and quality.
👤The Field Logic Youth Block GenZ Target is very nice. It's small enough to be portable and large enough to present a target for both my children and myself. For the most part my beginner archers can hit this target consistently from 30 to 40 yards, even if they miss once or twice. The arrows penetrate about 4-7 inches and are easy to remove. I shoot at it with my 55 pound bow even though it only accepts 40lb bows. It might be difficult for anyone to set up a target against a hard background if my arrows are stopped halfway through the other side. They are easy to remove. I have not shot broadheads at this target, but with field tips it is terrific. It will occasionally tip over when an arrow hits high, which bent a couple of aluminum arrows when it tipped over. It's not fair that it happens most with a bow that is set to a heavier LB than the target is rated for, but it does happen occasionally with the 30 and 35lb bows. I was expecting to have to throw away the cheap aluminum arrows. It didn't bother me at all. The carbon arrows survive the tip-over event without a problem, because the weight of the arrows on the front pulling it over breaks the fall. Maybe this wouldn't happen on a hard surface if it were set up on grass. I haven't tried that. I wanted something light and portable and this issue doesn't bother me. If it was heavier, it would be harder to transport. I'll keep the portable device if there is a trade off. This is exactly what I wanted. Something small, light and portable that we could carry with us wherever we go. Drop it and shoot. Couldn't be any harder. Have never had to remove arrows from the foam layers or damage an arrow. We've put a few hundred arrows into it so far and one can barely tell that it's been used, so I expect that it will hold up well for a long time to come. Great product. Would recommend to a friend.
The island of Atlantis is sinking after an underwater volcano erupted. There are six times the fun. The Bow and Arrow for kids includes 6 x 16-inch cup arrows, 1 x 13-inch bow, 1 x bull's eye target, and 1 x arrow quiver. A game for kids. The Kids Bow and Arrow set is made of high-quality plastic, a lightweight bow, and a strong cup arrow head, that are easy to use and safe for children. You can bring your child's imagination to life as they practice their fine motor skills, accuracy skills and hand eye-coordination. They can become their own superhero with this kid archery set. The shooting game is wonderful. The bright lights in the toy bow illuminate while the arrow is being fired, so that you can see where the arrow is in the night. Kids can enjoy day and night with an easy to wear quiver. The kids bow and arrow set is an amazing gift idea. An ideal gift for Birthdays, Christmas or Special occasions that can be used in both indoor and outdoor play by girls and boys.
👤Wow! I got my son a recurve for his 2 year birthday, because I shoot a 60lb recurve for target. It's fantastic! He loved it when he unwrapped it. He took it immediately after getting it out of the packaging. We practiced on the sliding glass door for a while. He got a shot off on the first day of his life. This bow is appropriate for kids over the age of 3 years old, and has the perfect power and draw for my son, who is quite large for his age. Exactly what you want is short range. coordination is required for him to operate. I don't think most kids would pick it up so quickly, but he has seen me shoot many times. I got it for him because he loves to see me shoot. This is more than a toy. I am very happy with the purchase and I am learning a lot. I changed it to: The rest of the arrow was glued in. He likes the quiver, but I don't think he will use it long. I don't think we'll ever use the target. We just have other things to shoot at, Target is nice. I can't get any bad reviews for the second day of my son using a bow. I guess that guy was expecting a $400 compound bow, because one of them said it was a 'plastic piece of junk'. This is well made and it is easy to break. The plastic is put together by screws. I don't think my son could break it. Bow doesn't flex? You don't need a bow string to string it. Is it easy for the string to break? My 8 year old could fix it in two minutes if it did not have any strings or parts. Kids may get frustrated if arrow doesn't hit target, that's the worst review here. I don't know what to think about that, but maybe this person needs to start a therapy fund. I need to get him to a real one at about 5 years old.
👤I bought this for my five-year-old son and it was a hit. The arrows shoot well and stick to the section tips. The arrows can be broken easily. When it was shot at Target, one broke immediately. There are stress marks on the middle of the shaft on the other two arrows. They won't last very long. We like the bow and arrow set, but I would recommend buying an extra set of arrows.
👤The product is easy to use and child friendly. The company was kind enough to send us another set even though we had one or two arrows break. I would recommend this bow and arrow. My kids love it.
👤I would give no stars. I bought this for my nephew for his 5th birthday and it looks like I bought it at the dollar store. I am embarrassed to give it to him because it is so cheap. I was expecting something better for $25 I wouldn't return but it wouldn't be worth the hassle. I feel like I'm dead. You should be ashamed of yourself for selling such a junk toy. I'm so angry that I've never felt this way from anything I've bought from Amazon. Do you want to buy?
The complete hunting accessory package includes a crossbow and a hunting vest. The weight of the vehicle is 6.6 pounds and the width is 18.125 inches. The step thru riser has a single bolt assembly. There are no artificial flavors. It is compatible with the Barnett 17455 crank cocking device. 118.6 feet pounds of energy. The package includes a multi-reticle scope, two headhunter arrows, a rope cocking device, and wax lube. Most of the ships are assembled.
👤I had this together in 15 minutes. The speed and power were too much for me to handle. The first arrow went through the fetchings and buried the arrow. The second arrow was placed in the quiver only to be released on a new target. I followed the instructions and threw my back out. I am interested to see how the deer jump the crossbow string because it is loud and the speed and power is amazing. Bring on bow season, I'm amazed they allow these in the same class as a bow. I'm going to put this beast to the test. I am amazed at the speed and power. I'm sure there are better options. I will give this one a try.
👤When I got the box, I was surprised that I picked this up on prime day. The lowest end version of the crossbow has an MSRP of $399 and is on the box. I was worried that the different version may not show up with all the extra goodies. I was surprised that this bow is an upgraded version with a sku ending in a 4 and is for sale around $600. Not sure how this worked out. It is a great crossbow. Didn't take long to see it but didn't have time to tune it. It is light, very flexible and has a smooth Trigger. Can't wait to use it. There is an update. I made it through the first archery season and wanted to update the review. Was able to take a buck with this at 44 yards, as I was in a 20' high stand shooting down a hill, the range finder takes angle into consideration. It was a great shot, right on the money. I used the barnett arrow all season and it worked great with this bow. The paint on the limbs is starting to peel but it does not affect the bow's performance. I will be tuning and using again in a year.
👤Pros. It is a good looking crossbow. I have a wildcat extreme and a C-5. They were both good compound bows. I read the reviews and decided to take a chance. Huge mistake! Everything is blamed on Covid. Day one. Zeroed the scope that it came with. Had to max it out to the left and still shoot to the right. Nope, you have to fix it. If the scope and mounts are in perfect condition you should not have to do that. The machining is poor to say the least. A good scope to firearm mount can be found in good rings. That is ok. As soon as it arrives, I will strap a Vortex on this. Day 2 saw 60 shots. There is a new date of July 7th. The Rope cocking device is used. The hook on the right side fell apart. I broke 4 ribs when the bow kicked out from under my foot. I am laying in a hospital bed and writing this review. Not cool! I have been trying to contact Barnett to find out where I should send the hospital bill. The Rope cocking device is a defect. I have sent thousands of bolts and never had a failure like this before. I feel bad! I am also injured. I am not able to participate in a hunting season. Period. The $.35 cocking device failed. Not good at all! I would avoid all barnett purchases until they have a full staff and are doing better quality control. There is one small thing wrong. There is a lack of care, quality, and ethics on the crossbow. I will not buy from them again after this dispute is resolved. I feel like I'm owed something. I am not some "entitled" person. I am a vet who got injured because of a subpar product.
Simply sorting your items will make it easy to organize and classify items of different shapes. Great for school supplies. CARRY IT WITH YOU EVERYWHERE. Credit-Card Sized to fit. In Your: wallet, pocket, survival kit, glove box, purse, pouch. One tough guide. Special Tear and Weather resistant material is used in maps. There are 101 illustrations, 67 lifesaving survival skills, 175 expert tips, 24 gear and 10 "Killer" mistakes. You should keep the tiny survival guide on you at all times. It's a quick reference when you're caught in an emergency or disaster. It is like a life insurance policy in your pocket. You should learn to survive these threats. Civil unrest, surprise attacks, natural disasters, nuclear, biological and chemical events, abduction, Hostage and terror threats, active shooter situation, vehicle accidents, hiking, camping and hunting emergencies are a lot of things. The guide to develop your mindset, skills, and gear is a pro active learning tool. It makes a great gift. The Digital Details can be scanned with the QR code.
👤This is one page and it is folded up to be a pocket size. Many important things had to be so compressed that a person with no knowledge or even a little survival knowledge will not have enough basic information in several areas that are covered but not well enough to be useful. It is just one page folded up. The additional info that you can find is helpful, but sometimes in some of the apps the video or info is not as complete or as well produced as it could be, and it may not be available to look at when you need it. Being prepared for an emergency is serious. It is great that you are looking for information to be prepared. If you want to buy the necessary equipment for your home and car, you should buy a full and complete Survival book. Is this page better than nothing? .... Yes... If you buy this, you will think you are prepared, but you will not buy a full and well written survival book.
👤This is one of the dumbest things I have ever bought on Amazon. The idea of a pocket-sized survival book is a great one, but one of the first things it says is that you need to carry things with you and not depend on electronics, and the entire guide is full of QR Codes for you to use your phone. It's even more stupid that they lead you to the internet. The diagrams on how to set traps, gut a fish, and tell what different tracks are all useful to look at, but they could be better described in a book. The details are so small that you can't really understand what is happening, and everything is so simple that you can just remember the information. One thing I read that made me want to write this review was that at the end of the "Worst Case Scenario" section, it says that one of the essentials to check off, following a gas mask, is a Bible. I don't know if that is put in as a joke. I understand that people are religious, but the fact that you had to add this to a manual small enough to fit in your pocket is ridiculous. This was the dumbest thing I have ever read, and I have nothing against religion. Don't waste money. You can buy a survival guide. I only give it a star because it does some of what it tells you, but nothing else you wouldn't find in a basic survival guide.
👤The product is resistant to water and tear and has good information. It was possible to put a hole in it accidentally. The water resistance is pretty good. All this info can be found online for free. I don't think 10 bucks is worth it.
👤I like this guide. I can't believe the amount of information in this manual. It's better than most survival books that are full sized. I give away survival kits as gifts to my family members, and this guide is going into every one of them. I notice something new when I look at it. The authors teach the skills in more depth in the videos that you can find with the QR codes. The value is not ordinary. If I choose, I can use the magnifying lens to start a fire. The guide went into my wallet and replaced the $10 I spent for it.
The line is available in black and green. The lightweight limBS have an integrated center-shot riser. Heavy-DUTY ALL-WEATHER STANDINGS. 15-pound draw weight. There is a 33 inch tip to tip. The brace height is 8-inch. There is a quiver, finger tab, arm guard, arrow rest, and a pin sight included. The 33 inch axel to axel length is ideal for beginners. The design allows for optimum hand placement for right handed shooters.
👤The bow is pretty great. I bought two for my son and one for his friend. We had a great time out this weekend. The kids were hitting the target after a few test shots. The draw was easy for my son, but it was difficult for his friend. They were drawing with ease after 3 or 4 rounds. The sight needs improvement. It is not enough for a real bow. There is a The wrist and finger guard that come with the bow are sub-par. You need to purchase a leather wrist guard and three finger draw glove. The Arrows are not very good. The cheap plastic knock broke on all the arrows. You will need more arrows to do your job. I would say it is a 4 because it is the only detractor. The poor quality of the accessories caused me to take off another star. We had a great time and the price was under $40. I bought 2 dozen arrows, wrist guards and shooting gloves. The boys shot all day on Saturday and then again on Sunday. They were hitting the target after a few rounds. We lost a few tips when we shot into the foam target.
👤If you are looking for a fun, dependable, well built now for your child, this is it. There is a My 9 year old son loves his new toy. I paid for this myself and would buy it again.
👤This product is not a success. The bow's limbs are solid, but everything else is terrible. They use a steel tension cable instead of using a real bow string. Cool cost savings for a performance hit? Not at all. The diameter of the cable makes it impossible to use any arrows except the two provided, which will break the first time you use them. It means that it is not possible to add a nock to the string. The range won't allow this bow to be fired there for safety reasons, but I got this to get my daughter started in the competitive league. It wouldn't be hard to offer replacement parts that would turn this bow into a worthwhile budget-conscious alternative, but apparently selling a use-it-for-a-day toy as an "intermediate" product is a better business model for Crosman.
👤This bow is a good one, and it is a good price point. My child's previous plastic bow cost a lot. It's difficult to get him out of the range, but it's fun. I added a cheap 3-point brush arrow rest and sight to the bow, then bought him a cheap release, and removed the sight. Thanks for watching. The bow is light and strong, and can hit targets at 30 yards or less. The bow can send arrows 100 yards at the right angle. The cable guide shoots string between the balance cables to keep them out of the way of the arrows. There is no adjustment on this bow. The bow's draw weight is 19 lbs. I assume that the bow you get will be within the limits. I think the draw length is set at a max of 26 inches. A person 5' to 5'8" should be able to shoot this comfortably. For your child to use this bow, he should be able to pull 20 lbs, not just once, but many times. They don't have to hold 20 lbs while they are aiming because once past max pull, the pull weight of the string drops to about 7 lbs. It's not a matter of age, it's a matter of strength and size. The accessories have already been said about. Can't comment on the rest. The bow riser is too narrow so I had to adjust the arrow rest brackets. The included arrows are low quality and cannot be used with our 3-point arrow rest because the nocks are glue. It's important to get extra arrows with a nock so you can line up the indicator correctly. I recommend arrows with points that are sharper than the dull ones that come with the bow, because the included arrows bounce off the target at more than 10 yards. The bow and balance strings have been commented on. They don't seem to be metal cable. They are covered in plastic. You couldn't add nock points or nock arrows safely according to an earlier review. Adding nock points was easy and I found the statements to be incorrect. There are videos about the bow. I don't like it because you can't add a multi-pin sight without it being too far out in front of the bow. Most kids will shoot without sight pins, but some sort of work-around is necessary to shoot more accurately. The arm protectors work, but are cheap. The bow-mounted quiver works well. The finger tab is not used by us. Not all accessories will fit on this bow. It is an excellent value, even with its limitations, and can be used as is or upgraded to be more competitive.
The Block Genz is portable and easy to transport. Light weight makes it easy to carry. Stay safe down the tree. It keeps you safe from the ground to the stand. It's easy to find your stand in low light. The new reflective material has a flashlight beam. It's enough for any size of stand. Accommodate can be up to 30 feet. Recon carabiner is included with each Reflective LifeLine. Stay calm. The Recon and Cowbell sound dampeners eliminate rattles and clangs. Don't waste money. A second with installation. It was quick and easy to install.
👤I know people who have been badly injured by lockons and climbers. I never used the harnesses that the stands required. Having 3 little girls at home makes me think differently about falling out of a tree having climbed countless trees and hung stands for years without any protection... I tell anyone I know now the same advice I received after almost falling 30 feet from an ol man climber... A compatible harp is a good buy. You will wear it. I have the flex hybrid, it's easy to put on and you'll love it. I have a tree climber line for my climbers and have always been careful to inspect cables and hardware, as I have always been leery of lock-on stands. I know from the time I clip into the line at the bottom on the prussit knot that I'm secured. I have a bowline knot in the bottom of my bag, so I just clip it to my bag and climb up to get my gear. If you have a loved one that hunts climbers or lockons, you can buy them appropriate lines and they will wear them. I was stubborn and ignorant to not have one before, and I was thankful that a close call woke me up and made me use the products. Having gotten a text from a friend that fell 25' and crawled to get cell signal to find them with broken legs, helped them get out and watched them lose their job. I didn't use one. I don't climb without it.
👤I have used H&S safety lineman rope for a long time. I'm thankful that I haven't had the chance to use this rope. I found it necessary to address the question of the life of this system after seeing a post that questioned it. The attached picture shows how to replace after 2 years of service. If the instructions are not clear, it would be better to stay out of trees and not hunt on my land. Happy hunting and stay safe.
👤I finally bought a few of these. It would have cost me a lot more to make them myself than to buy the good climbing ropes and carabiners. They were easy to put up. You'll just need to tie the bottom of the rope off at about shoulder height if you want a 30' tree stand. It took me a while to get up and down the tree with the Prusik knot. It didn't take much longer to descend from my stand. The time is made up by not having to break out a tree strap to hook the harness into. I am very happy with the price of these. I paid through Amazon. I saw they were on sale at Academy Sports. These things are reflective. You won't have a hard time finding your stand in the dark. I bought 4 of them at once, and they went from $24.99 to $29.98 right after I bought them.
👤I love this thing. It is easy to hold my weight. I bought climbing rope and carabiners to add to the attachment points for our boys. It was very bright in the dark.
The target is an arched bag. The field point archery target bag has graphics that make it easy to see the target and allow you to take your skills to the next level. Easy arrow removal allows you to get the whole family in on outdoor fun. There is a sturdy construction. The construction stops up to 450 feet per second from crossbows, compound bows, and air bows. It lasts through thousands of shots from bows, providing the long- lasting results you deserve. It's accessible. tote carrying handles make transportation and on-the-go use easy.
👤We recently got back into shooting bows in the backyard. I had purchased a bag type target from this same manufacturer many years ago and was unimpressed. We went to use a solid target from another maker. Our old target had seen better days, so based on all the positive reviews I bought this thing. I shoot a bow. The target stops with ease. Every other arrow requires two hands and a lot of force to get it. The mutt's interior is made of nylon that clings to field points for dear life. What should be an enjoyable past time turns into a fight with this target. I wouldn't want this on anyone.
👤I have only 6 shots in so far, but I don't expect to wear this target out any time soon. I have a new Excalibur Matrix bow. There were a number of negative reviews on the depth of the arrow. I bought it anyway. I was surprised at the size even though I had thought it was smaller, but that is good and bad. I'm not a big person, so I can't carry it and lift it into the back of a truck, but it's not that heavy. Heavier means that when my 250 grain Diablo arrows with 150 grain field points for a total of 400 grains at 400 feet per second hit it, it doesn't move, not even an inch. The arrows pulled out very quickly. I bought an Excalibur T-handle arrow puller because people said the arrows were hard to pull. I could have saved that money if I had used that. My field points came out well. I will need to measure this cube, which is 19 x 19 x 19 inches. I think it's closer to 24 inches. Extra size is nice over some of the smaller foam blocks that are hard to pull from. A friend has one of those and it was difficult to pull the arrows from the foam.
👤My bow shoots at a high rate. Again, not 450. Every other shot from 20 yards has ruined my hair. It is a great target for my bows but not holding up to the advertisement. It is a great target and price, but it does not perform as advertised. I understand that it is not possible to have a target that can hold out 450 FPS while also being easy to shoot, but I am not the one who claimed it did it.
👤I had to write reviews. Not happy with the target. The problem is it's not very effective at stopping bolts from a Mission MXB 400 fps X bow. First shot a 20 yds buried up to the vanes, it stopped the bolt I'll give it. After a few shots on all sides moved it back to 60 yds, first shot hit a previous hole and the vanes ended up in the center of the target not good for the vanes at all. The bolt went through when the shooter shot at a spot not previously shot and still up to the vanes at 60 yds. I need to put an old Morrells super duper in front of the target to use it. It's ok for compound bows with heavy bolts, but not for slower X bows with 400 frames per second. I wish I'd gotten another Morrells super duper as you can pack the stuffing down again.
We are always looking for ways to benefit their customers. You will receive a string replacement completely free of charge when you buy a Dacron string replacement with any of their recurve bow. You can enter the promo code at the checkout. The bow comes with two Safetyglass arrows. The set also includes an arrow quiver and a 1-pin sight. The value of Whisker Biscuit is$40. Care-hand wash. There is a recommended age range for youth children. The bow is compatible. Right handed. The draw weight is 15 to 25 lbs.
👤These are not toys. You can kill someone with this set. These bows are the real deal. Well made and sturdy. The directions don't say much about the day to day use of the bow. It doesn't talk about maintenance but about not dry firing a compound bow, proper manners when retrieving arrows from the target, and so on. I would recommend these bows to anyone who wants to get their kids involved in this sport for fun or hunting down the road. I was able to adjust them to shoot accurately. My kids are able to shoot arrows on target. Initially, we shot from 15 feet to get the mechanics down. There were some misses and bullseyes after we moved back. I got a set of these for my children. They are awesome because they have enough lbs to shoot accurately from distance, but can be adjusted for kids that can't draw a bow. My kids are strong because they are into sports and gymnastics and they don't have issues drawing the bow. Most kids their age are not able to draw the bow without adjusting the lbs. I think the bows are small. My kids are not extra tall or have long arms. They can't fully open up their chest when they draw and stand sideways. I got them so we can have fun and prepare for the zombie apocalypse.
👤Can't say much positive about this bow. The draw length is short for my 9 year old daugter. That is the biggest issue with this bow. For a small child, pulling the weight at the lowest setting is not enough. A kid that can pull the weight back will find the draw length to be short. It's a losing combination. The draw should go back to the corner of the mouth. The site is useless without a peep, the bow cannot accept a peep sight, and the arrow rest is nice. The only reliable way to aim is to look at the tip of the arrow. The bow looks good, but look elsewhere.
👤My daughter is interested in archery and I bought this bow for her. The ability to modify the draw length is not shown in the specifications. I will have to return and look for a new bow as the draw is short for my daughter.
👤It was a gift for a boy and he loved it. He wants to get really good, so he practices everyday and takes pictures of himself with it. It got him away from his video games on a daily basis.
👤For a young beginner, this bow is okay. This was too small for my son, who is 11. The first time my son tried using this bow, one of the arrow tips broke off, which isn't the bow company's fault. Make sure you have your child's drawing measured by a professional. The maximum draw is 22'. I'm not sure if this was noted in the small print, but I missed it. It's a good bow for a younger child.
The story is about something. Small items such as string, armguard, tab or glove can be stored in the gear storage compartments. The bow set has an ambidextrous riser for left or right hand use. The bow has a sight pin and finger rollers. The age range for children is 12 years old and up. There is 20-29 lbs. The draw length range is 22 to 28 inches. 60-inch long bow has durable limbs.
👤My wife is a certified archery instructor for the Girl Scouts and we were looking for an inexpensive bow that she and our daughter could use in the backyard to practice with, this is the exact same bow they use at their archery range. The only issue we have found is that if you miss your target, you need to have a good back stop, as I have put a couple of arrows through our fence at about 20 yards. We are going to purchase at least one more bow so the whole family can shoot at the same time, nothing like a little competition to make you be more accurate.
👤The first bow I ever owned was a red one with a black rubber grip, and I loved it. I lost my bow during the move. I enjoy using an old Locksley bow for hunting. I need a lower pound pull bow for target practice as I have neighbors nearby. I am glad I found the bear titan bow. Just as sweet and fun to shoot as my first bow by Bear, it's just as easy to string. I picked up weighted arrows for the bow's pull and draw, just for target shooting and practice. The string seems a bit cheap, but it's an inexpensive fix to replace it. I am a very happy customer. Bear makes great recurve bows. Looking forward to more happy shooting.
👤People come over to shoot my bows. I am hesitant because non experienced people damage bows. One guy in the group always dry fires it before you can catch them. fiberglass bows are pretty much bulletproof. My kids will eventually grow into it and it will last a lifetime. The bow is strong. It was what I was looking for. I can live with it being grey instead of green. The handle is comfortable for me. The bow has a nice look. I was amazed at how well it spits out the arrows. I had expected it to be slower. I have been shooting with other bows but I was shooting tighter groups. I love this thing. If you purchase this, you will be as others have said. Buy a replacement string. The type of bow that comes with it is not a real string. It broke on me the very first day. A real string will increase the performance of the bow. Just grab one. I have not had a problem with the nocks falling off. They wouldn't budge when I tried to pull mine off. Maybe they have fixed that issue? I would like to see these bows come back into production. No doubt this bow would be able to take game, but not legally. We need a company to make bows with a heavier draw weight and fiberglass that is made in the USA. I think people would like it.
👤I had fun with a similar style bow when I was a kid. It shot far enough that I couldn't figure out why people were buying a beginner compound bow for their kids. The kiddy compounds don't have any power, so you could throw a baseball further than the bows shoot. Things clicked after buying this one. It has a lot of power. If I want to, I can shoot it across my property. I bought the Titan to give my kids something to do. I didn't have to share it with the youngest ones. The accuracy is not good. I remember the kick of the arrow that made me believe that nobody could really hunt with a bow. I always thought that the problem was me, even though that isn't true. This thing is more accurate at 30 paces than 12 and it can either hit the target or leave a trail. I shot my friend's bow and arrow and it went where I wanted it to. I realized what I was missing after that. I still think these bows are a lot of fun, but my 10 and 12 year old can hit the target at 12 paces equally or more than I can with the titan bow, and they are using that kiddy compound bow. A friend gave a birthday present. If you want to have a lot of fun and aim at large targets, you should buy this bow. Why not for the price?
It's used for a lot of things. A crazy fun activity for everyone. Long Lasting Bamboo Wood, Safe Rubber Tips. Cub Scouts and youth activities are great for birthday parties. Please don't point arrows at people, animals or breakable objects. Great idea for gifts. Birthday, Christmas, and more.
👤I'm not a reviewer. I had to recommend these guys. The kids were happy with the bow and arrow sets. The bow and arrow tips were of good quality. The tips look realistic. This isn't an archery bow. This will teach kids how to use bows and arrows. The wood used in the quiver is the same as that used for the 10 arrows you get. The bow string is made of plastic. I think it's a great deal. The kids are loving it and they're the main consumer. They're both 9 years old. They have follow up emails to make sure you are happy. That also impressed me, but it was not big corporate stuff. I would buy from them again.
👤These are well made, but don't fly. Our kids are very frustrated because the arrows go every which way when they are shot, because there are no feathers on them. The arrows are easy to use and shoot well, we are impressed with the quality, they just need feathers to make them shoot straight. There is no consistency in the way they shoot. We will give you stars if you fix this.
👤There isn't a notch on the side of the bow that you can use to aim the arrow at. There is a hole in the center of the bow that the arrow is placed into. The arrows have no feathers at the end which means they can't be aimed. I didn't notice that the product was missing. We will need to buy new arrows or file down the bow to make this a good set. It's useless as a beginner bow and arrow set.
👤This bow is perfect for my 6yo who is obsessed with Brave. It's easy for her to use with the hole to thread the arrows through. We put half of the package away before giving her the bow as a present, because we bought the package that had double of everything. We will have the extra as a backup if she loses or breaks this one. After a few months of off and on use, the bow is still in great shape. One arrow had the rubber tip come off, but we glue it back on with e6000 glue, and it hasn't been a problem since. We will glue them on so they don't fall off and get lost. It is in a big box and is just a heads up for anyone planning to give it as a gift. There is nothing to make it look nice as a present. We wrapped it up in tissue paper, which made it look a little better as a package. We adults have had a lot of fun with this thing. We had a contest where we had to spin around and then draw and shoot a bow. It was fun to see who could shoot the farthest. The longest shot went around 30 feet. It had a tailwind. I'm not sure how much credit we can claim.
The 5-year warranty is the strongest in the industry. China is the country of origin. Particles are most effective in a wide range of wind conditions. The Micro ESP Enzyme Powder has a scent-free environment. That usually carries a signature odor. 2003Bc is the model number.
👤My wife got a party favor at the golf tournament that I replaced with this product. I loved the one my wife got, it was shaped like a golf ball. I got this one when that one ran out. The squeeze works well, but the product that comes out is too heavy. The powder lingered in the air and gave you a good read on wind speed. The product hits the ground too fast. I would think this was very good if I hadn't known from the other. I was spoiled by a better product.
👤This wind checker has been used for a while. You can usually see the powder go for a long time. You have to shake the bottle when it's sideways and spray the dust when it's upside down. It makes the dust come out better.
👤The stuff is awesome and I used it for a hunt. If you shake it before you open it, it will make it easier to see. In thick air, the plume can fall away or catch the air.
👤Decided to check out this stuff to see how good it is. I tried it out at an archery range. The dead down powder would show drafts that were not visible. This is a great substitute if you can't use things found in nature such as snow, dirt, crushed leaves, etc.
👤This isn't a necessary purchase. It was a nice stocking stuffer. I don't know if he'll ever use it, but it fit in the stocking, which was hunting themed, to go with the rest of the stuffers. If you live in a place where the wind isn't as obvious, this little bottle of powder might be helpful. The wind is loud.
👤There is a small puffed up everywhere. I bought the first refill for the little bottle of talcum powder because it was inexpensive and would last seasons and seasons.
👤The product was received in a large bottle with a small amount of powder in it. If you fill the bottle 3'4 of the way up, you will be able to buy Primos from now on.
👤The bottle is sturdy and the powder is fine, but when you squeeze it it doesn't shoot enough powder. It falls to the ground because it shoots too much at a time. I dumped the powder in my old bottle.
👤The product fades away within 1 yard. The powder came out of the bottle opening even if it was closed, so it had to be kept in a zip loc bag. The product was similar at the tire store. Unless it's $7, I won't be buying this again.
👤Someone pointed this out in one of the reviews I read. When you squeeze the bottle and let go quickly, the bottle makes a noise as the air rushes back into the bottle. Slowly pressing and releasing does the trick. It would be great if this was resolved so you didn't have to think about it.
👤I check the wind more now that I have this. I use it every day when I'm out. It seems to last a while. I bought one for all my hunting buddies. We all use them. Will be buying more.
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