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Crosman Archery Sentinel Youth Recurve Bow, Right Hand
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- Pre-assembled youth long bow set with accessories
- Tip to Tip is 45" inches, 20lb draw weight, 25" max draw, 8" brace height
- For right-handed shooters only, with bow held in the left hand and the string drawn with the right
- Built with heavy weight composite limbs, with custom all weather string system.
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|Who||Youth||Pre - Teen||Teen|
|Age & Skill Level||4-8 Beginner||9-12 Experienced||13-Adult Advanced|
|What||Low draw weight Low draw length Safety accessories Light weight Small bow||Moderate draw weight Moderate draw length Safety accessories||Increased draw weight and length Ability to adjust draw weight and length Safety accessories More power and speed|
|Why||Introduction to archery fundamentals||Develops proper archery skills Traditional bow set||Develops more advanced aiming and shooting skills Prepares archer for adult archery|
|Model Number||AYC1024 & AYC1024PU||AYR1524||ABY1721||ABY215||AYC2926||AYR2026|
|Age/ Skill Level||Youth/beginner||Youth||Pre-Teen||Pre-Teen||Teen||Teen|
|Draw Weight||Up to 8 lbs||Up to 15 lbs||Up to 15 lbs||Up to 20 lbs||15-29 lbs||15-20 lbs|
|Draw Length||22-24”||Up to 24”||Up to 26”||Up to 26”||17-26||24-26|
|Axel To Axel||36.50”||44”||33”||45”||27.50”||48.50”|
|Velocity||60 fps||75 fps||70 fps||70 fps||100 fps||75 fps|
Youth Recurve Bow equipped with durable, heavy weight fiberglass composite limbs. This fine youth archery product boasts a center shot composite riser, backed with heavy duty all weather strings. A durable rest makes the Sentinel an outstanding shooting long bow.
- 45" tip to tip - longer limbs designed for improved balance and forgiveness at the shot
- 20 lb. draw weight - great for beginners
- 25" max draw - allows for years of use with the same bow set
- 8" Brace height
- Integrated design to allow for optimum hand placement for right-handed shooters
- Custom string
Two piece quiver
Two composite arrows
- Model Number ABY215
- Weight 2.8 lbs
- Length 45"
- Brace Height 8"
- Draw Weight 20 lbs
- Max draw 25"
- Limbs 1 Piece Composite
- Riser Composite
- Package Set 2 composite youth arrows, two-piece quiver, arm guard, finger tab, pin sight, and arrow rest.
Top Customer Reviews
I based my choice of a bow on the following criteria:
-it had to be a recurve
-it had to be lightweight and not too bulky
-it had to have a low drawing weight
-it had to be very inexpensive
Well, taking all these under consideration, this is a very nice little bow. I have fun in my backyard, getting better everyday. My 13 yo son joins me often.
We might consider buying a heavier bow in the future, but not just yet.
I have a lot of good experience with inexpensive but decent products. All my musical instruments fall into this category-especially my recorders and ukulele. My bow belongs here, too.
Again, I am not a specialist, but from my personal point of view this is a decent bow for a small sized beginner.
I bought this for my two kids, 11 and 9, as something we could all learn to do together. Being very short, this bow is more than adequate for me as well. It is not one of the lightest bows on the market - which provides some challenge for the kids - and has a 25" draw. The kids have really enjoyed using the bow so far. We have gone out every evening and shot at the cardboard box it was shipped in. I'm sure we'll eventually need a new target, but since I'm the only one hitting the target on a frequent basis, the box has sufficed for the moment.
The only thing I wish was different about the bow is the fact it only comes with two arrows. We managed to lose one of them with within the first 15 minutes of use. So, we had to go to Bass Pro and purchase another set of. The problem we have had with those arrows is that the nock does not snap easily onto the string, and the arrows don't release from the string. So, when you purchase new arrows, you should definitely try them before spending the money. Arrows are not cheap.
The construction of the bow itself seems pretty solid. I doubt it will last forever, but no more than we will probably use it, it will probably last us a good while.
Setting up the bow took us some time. I didn't expect to have to assemble small pieces, and there is little to go by in doing so. The directions aren't clear so we eventually just looked at the product packaging to figure it out. Some of the accompanying pieces are of rather low quality. The wrist guard and finger guards, for example, are so cheap as to actually make them a bit difficult to use. My daughter uses a baseball glove when she uses this set; otherwise, it's just too painful on her fingers.
This is definitely a kid's set. It doesn't have the tension on the bow that I think it should. And it's great that it's lightweight for youngsters, but I think a bit more heft would add to the feel and help strengthen one's targeting ability.
The arrows seem pretty standard, but they can be fragile as well. We knocked the tip off of one when a shot went awry and hit the side of a metal shed. The tip of the arrow broke off, rendering it useless. Another arrow broke when it, too, missed its mark and landed just wrong on the cement. If you were to buy this set, I'd recommend buying extra arrows, too, so that you spend more time shooting than chasing down arrows.
My kids don't seem to have a problem with this set, but I wish I'd known more about bows and arrows and had spent a little more to buy a better quality set. That being said, I've had fun with this, too. We've just had to buy quite a few additional pieces (wrist guard, finger guards, gloves, arrows, and target--of course) to shoot comfortably with it.
All the parts were there and we all had fun playing around with this. The "we" was a group of grown, adult people using this for several hours on multiple days. We had a blast.