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    Any youth bow recommendations

    Just wanted to know what the best bow for your money is for a youngster my 11 year old son seems to show interest in bow hunting so what have y'all used or recommend?

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    My son used a PSE Spyder (he just outgrew it) and it is a great bow. Adjustable draw weights and draw lengths allows you to adjust the bow as your son grows.

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    I would take a look at the Mission Craze. It's a bow he could use now and would grow with him. It is adjustable for 15-70lbs, and draw length is adjustable from 19-30". My 11 year old daughter shoots the Mission Menace, similar to the Craze. Really easy to adjust.

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    Craze, razor edge or infinite edge work well
    2013 spyder turbo, 70lbs black out and 2013 pse omen max 60# stormy hardwoods green
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssliger View Post
    I would take a look at the Mission Craze. It's a bow he could use now and would grow with him. It is adjustable for 15-70lbs, and draw length is adjustable from 19-30". My 11 year old daughter shoots the Mission Menace, similar to the Craze. Really easy to adjust.
    Im with you just got my girl friend the craze she really likes it.

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    Craze is a nice bow. Easy to adjust draw length and weight. No press or modules needed. Shoots pretty good too.

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    If you don't want to spend a lot of money and still want a great kids bow look at the parker buck shot!
    Ebay has many and you will pay about 150-200 for one! No press to adjust draw length as well.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/RH-Parker-Co...item4d17934992

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    Bought my daughter the infinite edge, as stated before adjustable up to 70 pounds. She loves it. I did really like the mission craze as well.
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    Met my 11 yr old son halfway on an Infinite Edge.. He loves shooting it.

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    I bought my son the bear apprentice when he was 8, and he should be able to use it til he's at least 13-14. Lots of adjustment, and a lot of bow for the money when you buy the package.
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