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Genesis Mini Bow
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- Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, the riser is engineered to provide optimal balance while being durable and very lightweight.
- Composite split-limb design.
- Comes with molded competition grip, lower mount stainless steel cable guard, cable slide, and NAP flipper style arrow rest. Riser is drilled and tapped for accessories.
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The thing I like most about this bow is the small brace height (distance between the grip and the string). Smaller archers have shorter draw lengths and can't pull the arrow as far back. The brace height on this bow is 1" smaller than the regular Genesis. That means the shooter starts storing energy 1" sooner. This is a BIG difference for archers of short stature.
In our club, kids 7 and up were sinking arrows into the target with this bow. With a little practice, younger kids could do fine as well.
Other than the short brace height and light weight, this bow is the same quality of the other Genesis products. The tapped holes are standard size so you can fit it with most standard sights and arrow rests. We added a Whisker Bisquit, a 3-pin site, and No Glovs, to make it a perfect system.
Revision - I just realized I'm not sure if it was the original or the mini that was used at scout camp. After looking on the genesis website, I found a local retailer. He advocated for the original, which is used in the National School Archery program.
The size of the bow seems perfect for smaller kids, and I'm glad I went with the Genesis Mini vs the full sized Genesis. While the draw weight isn't much different, the small size and lighter weight of the mini seem to make it easier to handle. My son and his friends all seem to be able to handle the mini much easier than a full sized bow. Kids as young as 6, and as old as 10 have used it, and it worked well for all of them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The bow was okay, but the box it was in was a wreck so I wasn't sure what hidden damage might be in the bow. Read morePublished 11 months ago by straight arrow
Very nice much better then cheap Bowes from other sources I love itPublished 16 months ago by terry sweatman