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Crosman Elkhorn Jr. Compound Bow

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List Price: $67.00
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Crosman Elkhorn Jr. Compound Bow + Barnett Outdoors Junior Archery 28-Inch Arrows (3 Pack) + Field Logic Youth Block GenZ Open Target
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Product Description

Product Description

Includes youth compound bow, 2 composite arrows, 2-piece quiver, arm guard, finger tab, sights & arrow rest. Designed with the look and feel of full-size adult bows. The Elkhorn has durable, heavyweight composite limbs and an integrated composite center-shot riser with large sight window. Composite cam system is supported by heavy-duty, all-weather strings, cables and cable guard for superior shooting performance.... 33 axle-to-axle 17-21 lbs. draw weight 26 max draw 8 brace height 65% let-off 1 lb., 12 oz. mass weight for good balance and feel Ideal for beginners 8 and up (adult supervision req'd) Designed for young archers new to compound bows Provides years of use Exceptional design for ultimate forgiveness during the shot Right-hand grip for optimum hand placement Cam/wheel design delivers outstanding performance ... Elkhorn jr. compound bow with everything your need to start shooting the minute it arrives!...

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Designed with the look and feel of Dad's bow. The Elkhorn bow comes equipped with durable, heavyweight composite limbs and an integrated composite center shot riser with large sight window. The composite cam system is supported by heavy duty all-weather strings and cables complete with cable guard for superior shooting performance. The 33" axle is designed for the starting compound bow shooter. The 17-21 lb. draw weight is ideal for beginners ages 12 and up. The 26" max draw allows for years of use with the same bow set. The 8" brace height is an exceptional design providing ultimate forgiveness during the shot. The 1 lb. 12 oz. mass weight is very versatile for balance and feel. The right-hand grip integrated design allows for optimum hand placement. The 65% let off cam/wheel design provides outstanding shooting performance.

Adjustable Sight
Cam Wheel System

Product Specifications

  • Model Number ABY1721
  • Weight 3.3 lbs
  • Axle-to-Axle Length 33"
  • Brace Height 8"
  • Draw Weight 17 to 21 lbs
  • Max draw 26"
  • Limbs 1 Piece Composite
  • Riser Composite
  • System Cam Wheel
  • Package Set 2 Composite Arrows, rest, sight, arm guard, 2 piece quiver, finger tab

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34.5 x 12.8 x 3.2 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001PO5QW2
  • Item model number: ABY1721
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #934 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Would recommend to anyone as a starter bow!
Todd Thornburg
Looks like this is well made and is a very good beginner's bow.
JM Bunkin
It is a fairly accurate bow and seems to be well made.
Bill Hysong

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

169 of 178 people found the following review helpful By Karyn on August 19, 2009
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I purchased this unit for my 12 year old daughter on the advice of an archery buff friend. After a little internet research and tinkering (the instructions are not very good), she has been shooting-up a storm with it. She had little problem with the 21 pound draw weight and the compound mechanism really helped her hold her shots steady. As shipped, the unit is fairly complete but you'll probably want to add a nock, and some thread to wrap around the string to fatten it up so that it will more securely position an arrow for firing. Please note that the bow came with an "all weather" string that makes the addition of standard sighting aids (like a rear "peep" aperature) a bit problematic. That said, this is a bow that is actually capable of decent accuracy and is well suited for smaller/weaker frames. The bow is sufficiently accurate that she has rapidly progressed to shooting very well and now wants to get fitted for a more expensive rig.
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80 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Cherelle on May 29, 2010
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After earning his Jr. Hunting license with rifle and shotgun, my 12 year old decided he absolutely MUST complete his training and add a bow license to the other two. I am all for correct training in safety procedure, and when he asked for a bow for his 13th birthday I readily acquiesed.

This is the best possible "starter" bow for the money that we have seen or heard about. For less than $50 thru Amazon I couldn't be happier (especially since we spent all our spare cash paying for upcoming Boy Scout Camp and Coldwater Conservation School/Camp for our kids. It was, as others have stated, a little tricky to figure out where everything goes from the 2"x2" picture directions, but it didn't take a rocket scientist to eventually get it. (look at it like a puzzle and logic takes over - LOL!) When practicing be certain that you have either a windowless building behind your backstop (like a garage - as we did), or empty woods. Otherwise your neighbors and their pets could be in imminent peril.

I can say that this handy bow has certainly enough power to pierce, siding, insulation and underlying clapboard, along with toy truck tires and plastic garbage cans. It is apparently easy to be accurate with, but too powerful for our first efforts at constructing a target/backboard ;p

All in all I can't say anything negative about the bow itself. The arrows are cheap garbage and you will have to get more fairly quickly, though. The "accessories" are also cheap, but will at least serve to get you started on the way. The only thing lacking to be the perfect starter get-up is a cheap attempt at a protective carry case.
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78 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Deej Hubenschmidt on December 18, 2011
There seems to be some confusion about this being a Right or left handed bow.
So for the record, no doubt about it....

THIS BOW IS MADE FOR A RIGHT HANDED PERSON PERIOD...................
When you hold a bow with your left hand the arrow should be resting on the left side. Like this bow is made to do.

I almost didn't purchase it because of confused parents that don't know what they are talking about and leaving bad reviews. It's a very good starter bow that I would recommend to any parent with a right handed youth.

I hope this clears up all the bad info in these reviews. Because this is a pretty good bow.
Again, if your child writes with they're right hand or throws with they're right hand then this is the bow you should buy. I hope this clears it up!!!
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By dragoon on October 15, 2012
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Length: 0:45 Mins
Homemade basement range. Shooting from around 16-17 yards at a hanging foam sheet with permanent marker aim points. Circles are between 1-1 1/2" diameter. Video camera (Panasonic HDC-TM80) was sitting 6 inches to the right of the bow, zoomed in on the foam sheet.
Full video was too large of a file size so I cut it down to the last third of the recording.

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I originally bought it for my 12 year old sister as she had garnered interest thanks to Hunger Games. In order to teach her to shoot I needed to brush up on my skills as I hadn't shot since Boy Scouts (that was a recurve nontheless). Needless to say I'm in love with this bow!

I've added a number of upgrades to the bow:
-Allen Company String Nock Set (Crimp On Large Size), 5 Pack (simple and effective)
-Archery - RELEASE D LOOP MATERIAL 60" - 2MM - .080" DIAMETER - BCY #24 By Extreme Gear (save your fingers by using a thumb release and a D-loop (make a D-loop with this material); added benefit is it gives an extra 1/2 inch or so for the draw)
-Allen Company Thin Air Fall Away Arrow Rest, Right Hand (it's usable - I had to cut pieces off to make it work (fletchings were scraping it bad) - but I'd never put this thing on an adult bow) **Instead of a 'fall away' arrow rest this bow would best be served with a stationary rest: whether the very basic one it comes with or a precision one like a Whisker Biscuit.
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