As is true of all sports, the younger kids can start, the better they will be as they grow older. Most, if not all, states have minimum ages for kids to hunt, with longer archery seasons in some states such as Kentucky and others. Introducing your child to archery can help to get him or her hooked on hunting because it is easier to control and has a higher success rate for kids.
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Here are a few of the best bows to introduce for kids:
SA Sports Beast
The bow is a little on the heftier side. However the draw weight on this bow ranges from 15 to 45 pounds and allows the draw length to be adjusted. Vulcan bow is fully customizable you fit your young archer’s needs
Bear Archery Brave Bow
The Bear Archery Brave Bow is recommended for childeren ages eight and older. The Bear bow is a compatibility-compund bow with a draw length range of 13.5-19.5 inches and is intended for right-handed use only. The bow comes in a variety of colors for the young archer to choose. While this is a good introductory bow, it is not a toy. Parental supervision is always advised.
Crosman Elkhorn Jr. Compund Bow
The Crosman Elkhorn Jr. is a great compound bow to get kids loving archery. The Crosman Elkorn is ideal for beginners 12 and up. This is a right hand grip bow, with a graw weight of 17-21 pounds, and is supported by heavy duty all weather strings and cables. Whether your child is looking to be like Katniss Everdeen or Merida from Brave, this bow will not disapoint.