Bear Archery Goblin Youth Bow Set
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- Beginner bow set comes ready to shoot with two Safetyglass arrows and sight pin
- Set also includes finger rollers, armguard, and arrow quiver
- Recommended age range for children is 4 to 7 years old
- Features 15-18 lb. draw weight and 22- to 24-inch draw length range
- 44-inch long ambidextrous bow features durable composite limbs
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For more than 80 years, Bear Archery has been America’s No. 1 brand in youth and institutional archery. The Goblin Youth Bow Set comes ready to shoot with two Safetyglass™ arrows and a sight pin. The set also includes finger rollers, armguard, and arrow quiver. The recommended age range for children is 4 to 7 years old. The Goblin is a 44-inch long ambidextrous bow that features durable composite limbs and an 15-18 lb. draw weight and a 22- to 24-inch draw length range. It’s never too early to share Bear with the next generation of archers.
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The arrow holder is made of cheap vinyl.
The finger guard, sight dot and arrow rest are all junk.
The bow it self is OK. My 8 year old girl used it for about 2 weeks then moved up to the Bear Crusader bow.
As to people who have given this a low score.
1. You can't blame a pencil for bad handwriting, or a bow for inaccuracy. People will have to spend time learning which EYE they should aim with (which does not always correspond to being right or left handed) and how to hold the arrow level. Spend twenty minutes online learning how to aim, and a few hours practicing. Don't blame the bow.
2. This bow does not babysit the user. The arrow rest is horrible, yes. The archer should learn how to handle the bow AND the arrow. There is no "bow rest" when someone learns how to play the violin, either. It is frustrating to learn, yes. But a valuable lesson? YES And completely doable. Again, my 11 year old had zero experience with a bow, and no instructor except what she found online, and she learned how to handle the arrow as well as the bow.
3. The kit is a STARTER kit. Of course the arrows are not stellar. And don't be cheap- buy a dozen extras. Otherwise, you are going to spend all your time walking to retrieve arrows, not adjusting your technique. For a while it was taking their fourth or fifth shot, adjusting a little here and there, before they were hitting the target at all. If they would have had to completely stop after three attempts to retrieve arrows, they might never had gotten the feel for the 'right' combination of stance and aim. Set YOURSELF up- don't ask a $25 set to cater to your every need.
Why didn't we give 5 stars? Room for improvement. I am sure there are better sets out there. Better arm guard would be nice. And if they are going to include one, they should have a better arrow rest that would suit a lefty and righty, especially if they were sharing the same bow. It would be niuce to have basic tips included with the set so we don't have to search all over the internet for things like which side of the grip to place the arrow.
But otherwise a great set for someone willing to LEARN archery.
the quality of the bow itself is very good as you'd expect from Bear. I chose the Bear brand over others because it was my first bow when I was a kid and still maintains a great reputation in the industry.
This is a very simple recurve that can be set up for either a left or right handed shooter. The arrows are very durable carbon shaft with field points. The only issue is that there are too few of them. You'll be running back and forth o the target more than shooting with just the amount included. I recommend buying another set or two of the Bear arrows. The are identical to these but are about two inches longer. Worth every penny to keep from shagging arrows every three shots.
The only downside of this set is the quiver. Its virtually worthless. The loop that is used to thread through a belt tore off almost instantly. Not a huge deal but certainly didn't meet expectations for this brand. Since I am supervising when my son shoots a simply hang on to the arrows and hand them to him one at a time or poke them in the ground so he can extract them one at a time.
The pull was heavy for him as a 7 year old but he doesn't have as much upper body strength as many kids his age. Now at 9 he can handle it without problem but is almost grown out of this size but, he is also taller than average for his age.
So, overall I don't hesitate to recommend this set.
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