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Barnett Outdoors Lil Banshee Jr. Compound Youth Archery Set
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- Archery Compound bows Youth
- Another quality Barnett product
- Ideal compound bow set for introducing archery to children; with Realtree Camouflage, Black, and Pink
- Ambidextrous reinforced handle, soft-touch grip for excellent handling
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|Item Dimensions||34 x 10 x 2 in||1 x 10 x 34 in||14 x 2 x 36 in||7.75 x 4.5 x 43.5 in||18 x 48 x 3 in||8 x 68 x 4 in|
|Item Weight||0.8 ounces||1.92 lbs||1 lb||1 lb||2.2 lbs||—|
The Lil' Banshee Compound Set Is A 18 Pound Compound Bow Featuring An All New Soft Touch Grip, An Ambidextrous Reinforced Handle And Is Offered In An Eye Catching Color For The Beginner. The Set Includes 2 arrows, finger rollers, adjustable pin sight and packaging that can be used as a carrying case.
The Lil Banshee Jr. compound bow set, from renowned archery company Barnett, offers an ideal, affordable way to introduce young archery enthusiasts to this exciting sport. An 18-pound draw weight, 18-to-22-inch draw length compound bow features a newly redesigned soft touch grip for nonslip use and a versatile ambidextrous handle. Snazzy color options include classic black, Realtree camouflage and the set comes with 2 arrows, finger rollers, adjustable pin sight and packaging that can be used as a carrying case.
This Barnett product includes a limited five-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
About Barnett Precision Crossbows
Barnett is an industry leader in crossbow design and manufacture, and has sold well over one million crossbows to date. The company was established more than 50 years ago, with products designed by hunters, for hunters, and Barnett manufactures a range of crossbows, standard bows, and slingshots that are lightweight, adjustable, and surprisingly powerful.
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1) The Lil Banshee (being a compound bow) is much easier for a child to draw. My 9 year old daughter, and 11 year old son both prefer the Lil Banshee. They simply find it more fun to use. So as it stands now, my 9 year old gets the Lil Banshee and my 11 year old is stuck with the Lil Sioux. If you are only going to buy one, make it the Lil Banshee, as your kids will be less likely to give up.
2) Both of these bows are too small for an adult to use. I tried. Seriously, you don't want to mess around with these small bows. If you want to join your kids cheaply, purchase the Bear Archery Titan Bow. The Titan is large enough for an adult, and you can give it to your kids when you want to move on to something better. The Titan, however, is a quality bow!
3) The arrows that come with both the Lil Sioux and Lil Banshee stink. They will work if you are careful about what you shoot and and how you remove the arrows from your target, but buy additional arrows! The best, cheapest arrows I could find are the Easton Genesis II aluminum arrows. Any non-kid arrows are going to cost about $5 each, so suck it up and buy 6 or 12 of them.
4) You will need 29 inch arrows or longer.
5) You don't need a fancy target. Take a large Amazon box and fill it with crinkled newspaper. Have your kids draw a zombie on it, or whatever they like. You have now created an excellent target.
6) These bows are so inexpensive (but well made!), you don't have to worry about replacement strings.
7) You do NOT need finger gloves or tabs with these bows. They come with ingenious finger rollers attached to the string.
8) You MAY need an arm guard. The first time your kid gets string burn on the inside of their forearm, it may make them afraid of the bow. An arm guard should eliminate this problem. Arm guards are difficult to purchase online because of the vast array of sizing. They all seem too big, so try to make sure you purchase a child-sized guard.
The Lil Banshee is a solid, compound bow. It is built very well for a bow that costs so little. Both of my kids have no problem using it, and they prefer it over the Lil Sioux.
If you have any additional questions, just let me know.
Firstly, the bow quality and power. Works very well, very good quality for this price in my book. Was slightly concerned that it would be too weak for her, but it's perfect - not too hard to pull, and not too toyish either. It doesn't have so much power that I have to be as worried about an errant arrow flying over the fence, given at least that she's a pretty responsible girl (I told her that if just one arrow went over the fence even once, I'd take the set away for good). Turned out the arm guard I got was a good purchase as she showed me how her arm got scraped pretty good when she had it in the wrong place. With it in the right place, no problems.
Secondly, the arrows. Zero problem. Now then, I'm using a bale of straw with a target on it, so even after lots and lots of shots over the past couple of weeks, not one tip has been lost. And I know darn good and well she's had to have hit a tree or the fence at least a time or two. Sure, they're cheaply made, but I'm not looking for high quality or even that much accuracy on them, just enough use so I don't have to go thru dozens of them.
After lots of use she still says she loves this set a lot, so if you're looking for a happy kid around that age, get it, you can't go wrong.