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Bear Archery Brave 3 Right Hand Bow Set

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APG Camo
  • Cordura Nylon
  • 26" Axle to Axle, 15" - 20" Draw Length, 15 - 20lb. Draw Weight,
  • Durable Composite Limbs and Riser
  • 6" Brace Height
  • 65% Let Off
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Product Description

Product Description

Get them started out right…genuine Bear quality at a GREAT PRICE! The perfect start for your youngest archer! America's #1 brand in youth and institutional archery, Bear has, for 80 years, introduced more people to the sport of archery than any other company. Now it's your kid's turn! Built with quality and a passion for archery, the Brave 3 Bow Set makes sure your young shooter has the best chance to develop their skills in the archery traditions.


The Bear Archery Brave 3 Bow Set includes everything young archers need to get started in the sport of archery. Recommended for children aged eight years old and up*, the set includes a high quality bow, two Safetyglass™ arrows, an armguard, a two-piece arrow quiver, a Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest®, a pin sight, and a temporary tattoo. The bow features durable composite limb and riser construction and measures 26 inches from axle to axle. Constructed of fiberglass, the Safetyglass™ arrows offer high flexing qualities and will not splinter.

*Please note: ages may vary for this bow in accordance with the child's size and shooting ability. This bow set is not a toy. Children under 16 require adult supervision.

Features and Specifications:

  • Durable Composite Limbs and Riser
  • Right Hand Only
  • Suggested age range: 8+
  • Axle-to-axle length: 26 inches
  • Draw length: 15 to 20 inches
  • Draw weight: 15 to 20 pounds
  • Brace height: 6 inches
  • Let off: 65 percent

What's in the Box?
Two Safetyglass™ arrows, armguard, two-piece arrow quiver, Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest®, pin sight, temporary tattoo

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: This item ships only within the U.S. excluding certain locales such as NY.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B004UDM1QO
  • Item model number: AY-BR-COL
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,948 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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135 of 144 people found the following review helpful By Martin Acuna on April 11, 2011
I'm not getting all the hate for this bow. It's solidly built kid's bow, and has a decent feature set for the price - the whisker biscuit is kind of a love-it-or-hate-it add-on, but my daughter loves it, and I think it's a great touch. The pull is stronger than folks are saying, at least on the bow that I received. My daughter's an athletic 12 year-old, and it's just right for her - not too easy, not too challenging We're consistently sinking arrows into heavy cardboard boxes from up to 30' or so. I will say that the dropoff is pretty dramatic beyond that. This is my no means a hunting bow, or a serious target bow - it's a beginner's bow for plinking in the back lot, but what do you expect for the cost? If your kid is still seriously interested in archery after they outgrow this bow, that's when you spend the serious money. As far as I'm concerned, if my daughter's happy shooting this bow outside for hours (and getting pretty good at it, by the way,) instead of playing Angry Birds on her iPod all day, then it was money well spent. Also, keep in mind that this bow is for small folks - the draw length and span are quite short. If you're taller than 5'5", you need to step up to a larger model.
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75 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Timothy A. Smith on April 20, 2012
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I just got these for both my kids. I know little about archery (except what's still rattling around up there from Boy Scouts 30 years ago). These are WAY better than the bows I remember using at scout camp as a kid. They don't seem like they would handle a Lewis & Clark style expedition, but they also seem much nicer than the bows they've been using at the archery range we've been going to. There was very little assembly involved which even I managed to figure it out based on the small pictures and unfamiliar terminology. I had to adjust the tension on the bows down considerably since neither my 8 year old daughter nor my 9 year old son could pull anywhere near the max this bow seems to be capable of. When I finally thought we had everything ready to go, we went to the archery range to try to adjust the pin sight. That's when I learned that the bows were too small for my kids. Their mother and I are both 6' tall, but I didn't think my kids were that far out of the norm. The string is several inches short of their faces, and it should come at least to their cheek. I contacted Bear Archery to see if the draw length was adjustable, but it is not. The very nice guy who answered the phone (thank you for your prompt and courteous service Andy!) told me that the rough estimate for calculating draw length is to measure their "wing span" (i.e. with their arms outstretched) from finger tip to finger tip and then divide by 2.5. That number should ideally fall in the stated range for the bows draw length. Apparently my children have inherited my knuckle dragging genes because my son needs a 22 inch draw length! O_o I am returning these and getting the Warrior 3 from Bear Archery since it is a bigger bow. Hopefully that rule of thumb can help someone else from making the same mistake I did.
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39 of 45 people found the following review helpful By WWJDwithCA on January 4, 2013
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I'm sort of dumb-founded by the reaction to this bow kit. At just under $70 this kit really has alot to offer; adjustable draw weight, adjustable string length, built-in quiver, and a solid construction 65% let off compound bow. This bow is no toy that's for sure, and teaches young ones what bow shooting is all about, and when they are ready to graduate to the next level they will know what they are doing, and you will know if buying a hunting bow is worth the investment.

Some reviewers said the bow had too light a draw weight; ridiculuous! My 9 year old could only draw it back at its lightest setting. He now can pull it back pretty good and is ready to have the weight increased. I guess its possible they received a defective bow, but I know the copy that I have has plenty of power for my Son to learn on.

The fact fo the matter is that this kit is a great starter bow kit for a child to learn the basic mechnics of shooting. It also lets a parent know if the child has the aptitude to shoot a bow, or the interest after being able to shoot a few times. After all, as a parent isn't this what your looking for with this kit? Don't you want him/her to enjoy learning to shoot with the possibility of progressing to a real hunting bow? This guy at Bass Pro recommended a $350 bow that will allow him to progress to hunting. How does that make any sense in the world? What if he doesn't like it? What if he doesn't know how to treat it and brakes it? What if he cranks up the power and hurts someone before he's ready to do so?

I figure I've made a $70 investment and this bow can stick arrows, even at its lightest setting so he thinks its a real bow, no doubt about that, and I get to find out where he's at before making a big investment.
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117 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 24, 2010
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My eight year old son saved his money for this bow. He was beyond excited when it arrived. We took it out of the box, attached the quiver, and went out back to shoot it. The draw weight on this thing is about 3 pounds. It's adjusted as tight as it will go. Needless to say an arrow travels all of five feet from this thing. It may be just an anomaly but he is VERY disappointed. To top it off Red's Gear, (the Amazon Marketplace seller) won't allow returns unless the product was unopened. Ask yourself how one is to know if the product works without opening the box? We will now have to send the item back under manufacturer's warranty which I am sure will take months........
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