Leader Accessories Compound Bow 30-55lbs 19" - 29" Archery Hunting Equipment with Max Speed 296fps, Right Handed
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- Hand Orientation: Right. Draw Weight: 30 - 55 lbs. Draw Length: 19" - 29"
- Max Speed: 296 FPS . Let Off: 70%. Axle to Axle: 28". Brace Height: 7". Weight: 3.3 lbs.
- Aluminum Riser. Arrow Tip Weight: 100 grains. Arrow Spine Deflection: 0.441"
- Adjust the draw weight and draw length with enclosed Allen Wrench. No bow press is needed
- 1-Year Warranty on the bow excluding string & cables. 30" Carbon arrow and 30" aluminum arrow are recommended for this compound bow
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While enjoying your outdoor life, Leader Accessories provides a range of hunting equipment and accessories. Durable safety vest harness, large capacity tree stand, camo ground hunting hub blinds, doghouse blinds, one man chair blinds, also shooting stick, heavy duty game cart, and hoist and gambrel system. We are meant to offer our well designed and safe products to our customers, and bring a happy hunting experience. That is exactly our hunting series' job.
Draw Weight: 30 - 55 lbs.
Draw Length: 19" - 29"
Max Speed: 296 FPS
Let Off: 70%
Axle to Axle: 28"
Weight: 3.3 lbs.
Color: Autumn Camo.
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I bought this as a "guest" bow for my daughter and friends at the range and/or hunting and it has a great range of draw length and weight. Build quality is good. The accessories are lower quality than my bear cruzer... but honestly I don't really care. Not always am I actually this happy with cost to quality ratio. Great value. Would recommend to anyone.
Initially, I purchased a Barnett Vortex Lite for my son's 11th birthday, but after trying it out I didn't think he'd be able to use it for much longer and would outgrow it's capabilities pretty quickly. After doing a little bit of research, I settled on this one due to it's large draw length and weight ranges. It'll be something he can use now until adulthood and likely never outgrow.
I looked it over when it first arrived and wasn't too please with it's finish as there were several places on the bow that were chipped and scratched (see pics). The packaging didn't look tampered with at all, so I'm assuming it wasn't a return and must have been dropped at the factory before being packaged. I thought about sending it back, but the damage was so minor I decided to keep it and try to touch it up with a black marker.
Prior to shooting it, I installed a D loop and a brush capture arrow rest (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NJ1RGK4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) since the included arrow rest is subpar. I also purchased a caliper release (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00I81KYP4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) that is working great so far. After easily adjusting the bow to my son's draw length, we went out to the back yard to shoot some arrows. My son wasn't able to pull the bow back with the limbs tightened down all the way, but after loosening both limbs two full rotations he was able to pull it back with a little bit of effort. It took several shots to sight in the very basic one pin sight, but after getting it sighted in he was able to consistently hit the 8, 9 and 10 rings. Eventually, I'll upgrade the sight to something better, but the current one is fine for now. A few of the screws were a little loose, so make sure you look it over well and tighten all the screws appropriately.
All in all, both of us are very happy with this bow, and for only $112.50 (after the 10% off coupon) it's a STEAL!